The seder plate at Le’Or’s inaugural Cannabis Seder included a marijuana leaf.

Pot Seder Aims To Put Legalization on the Passover Table

The fine print at the haziest Seder in the land ever explained the facts: While Oregon voters legalized recreational marijuana use last November, the measure wouldn’t take effect until July 1.

Turning Rape and Bulimia Into Comedy

From ‘Meet My Rapist’ to the ‘The Skinny,’ comedian Jessie Kahnweiler uses comedy as a way to work through difficult issues and call attention to privilege and injustice.

Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto Pleads Guilty To Bribing Israeli Police

Celebrity Israeli Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto pleaded guilty in a Tel Aviv court to charges of bribery as part of a plea deal.

Defiant Jean-Marie Le Pen Vows To Stay in Politics

National Front founder Jean-Marie Le Pen vowed in a Reuters interview to stay in politics until he dies, reiterating comments that show he is not backing away from a family feud that is complicating the far-right’s quest for power in France.

Pulpit Plus One: 'I Built My Own Castle'

‘Pulpit Plus One’ interviews Tamar, the wife of a Conservative rabbi, on celebrity status, congregant affairs and the benefits of withdrawing from synagogue life.