AJC’s New ‘Green’ Building Is Also a Political Statement

The American Jewish Committee won environmentally conscious LEED certification for its headquarters. It hopes to help the planet and decrease dependence on Arab oil.

Undocumented Jews Live in Shadows of U.S. Society

Several thousand illegal Jewish immigrants live in the U.S. without proper papers, sharing a legal limbo with millions of newcomers from Mexico and Latin America.

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Picasso in Palestine: A Prized Painting Is On Rare and Welcome Visit to Ramallah

The bustling West Bank city of Ramallah now has a claim to art-world fame. It landed Picasso’s famed “Bust de Femme,” on loan for a month.

Museum Walking Tour Seeks the Pickle-ness on Manhattan’s Lower East Side

A new Tenement Museum walking tour of New York’s Lower East Side tells the quintessentially American story of immigrants and their food.

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Jerusalem Riots Expose New Rift Between Religious Zionists and Authorities

Violent protests by religious Zionists reveal mounting tensions between secular authorities and the right-wing hardal movement.

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