By Ron Kampeas WASHINGTON (JTA) — As she made history during her illustrious life, Ruth Bader Ginsburg will do so upon her passing: She will become the first Jew to
By Sarah Wildman WASHINGTON (JTA) – Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the first Jewish woman to serve on the Supreme Court and a tireless advocate for gender equality, has died at 87.
Katz finds out she has cancer through kidney donation process By Leah VannJanet Katz, 67, was ready to give her kidney to her boyfriend, Larry Luskey, 62.The tests showed she
By Leah VannNothing can quite prepare you for suing Nazis.That’s what Michael Bloch, counsel for Integrity First America and former Bronx public defender, said in an online IFA panel hosted
By Tina WassermanOK, the holidays are over but the stay in place order is ongoing. If you have school-age children at home then you are working on math problems and