Jessica Zimet and her daughter Aviah in Tel Aviv.

Baby Boomlet Hits Israel — 9 Months After Gaza

Nine months after the Gaza War, some started noticing a post-war baby boom in Israel. Are the crowded maternity wards due to soldiers who ‘missed their wives’ — or just plain boredom?

Can Jay Dardenne Become the First Jewish Governor of Louisiana?

Jay Dardenne isn’t trumpeting his roots as he battles to become Louisiana’s first Jewish governor. But the moderate Republican insists his faith guides his life — and politics.

Did Hasidic Neighbor Start Sex Abuse Reign of Terror on September 11?

A man testified that he suffered years of child sexual abuse after visiting a respected member of his upstate New York Hasidic community for comfort on the day of the September 11 terror attacks.

Dutch Contractor Finds Hidden Holocaust Message Scrawled On Door

When contractor Jelle Kapitein set to work on a client’s bathroom door, he had no idea what lay behind the wooden panels. Written in thin black lettering was a message dated April 23, 1942.


				
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 Dov Stein, head of academics at Michigan Jewish Institute, stands outside the entrance to The Shul, a $6 million synagogue in West Bloomfield, where some MJI classes are held.

Fired Worker Says She Blew Whistle on Fraud at Michigan College

Federal agents carted away boxes of documents in a raid on the Michigan Jewish Institute. A former worker says she was fired after she asked too many questions about the college, which enrolls mostly Israeli students who speak no English.