A gospel choir sang and a biracial Jew chanted at Rabbi Rick Jacobs’ installation as Reform movement head. The symbols of change signal a new path.
FORWARD SPECIAL REPORT: New York’s Jewish population is growing and changing. A new report suggests it is more Orthodox, less affluent and more conservative.
New York City’s most radical city councilman is running to represent its most politically conservative Jewish community in the Congress. And he just might win.
The Jewish population of the New York area grew to 1.54 million, a jump of 9% in a decade, with fast-growing Orthodox communities leading the way, a new study shows.
Who should be counted as a Palestinian refugee? A new Senate bill could limit the definition to those displaced in the 1948 war, excluding the following generations.
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