Dov Hikind

Dov Hikind told HuffPost he's "proud" of his time with the Jewish Defense League, and doesn't deny once tossing a smoke bomb into a U.N. office.
On paper, a Biden/Warren ticket appears to be a dream ticket in the Democratic primaries. However, history shows that when a candidate announces his running mate before the nomination is decided, there is a good chance that deleterious consequences will follow.
It is true that the members of the New York Police Department are underpaid and under-appreciated. But since when do we honor people for being decent human beings? Although noble, I find this very troubling.
A 22-year-old black, gay man was left with a broken eye socket and torn retina after more than a dozen men violently attacked
Palij, who immigrated to the U.S. from Poland, told The New York Post that he is starting to get used to the protests outside
Someone I know used to have a mug that said "Sacred cows make the best hamburgers." This pithy statement captures part of what is at stake when we declare certain things to be off limits, taboo or untouchable.
There is something particularly poisonous about the kind of political opportunism on display at Brooklyn College right now. The rapid manufacture of a national controversy in this case reveals, once again, the tenuous state of academic freedom on our campuses.
WASHINGTON -- With attention on Florida for Monday night's presidential debate, campaign surrogates are stumping for their
Moishy Tischler, 20, denied to the New York Daily News the rumors circulating that he and his brother, Abraham, are running
Other members just don't care. "You will not change Israeli policy by boycotting its products," Alan Rosner told The Daily