Harlem's Good Ol' Days

Harlem is often thought of as a black neighborhood that was once Jewish. But for a time, it was shared by the two communities.

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The Jewish Victim of Newtown Conspiracy Theorists

Gene Rosen didn’t do more than any neighbor would have on the day of the Sandy Hook school rampage. So why are ‘Truther’ conspiracy theorists taking aim at him?

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Yeshiva Claims Abuse Probe Has Wide Mandate

Seeking to blunt an outpouring of criticism, Yeshiva University has issued a statement emphasizing the wide-ranging powers of a probe into sexual abuse allegations against former staff members.

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Jack Lew's Life Shaped by Faith and Service

Jack Lew’s Orthodox faith has shaped his life in public service. No less important was his upbringing in a family that discovered the good that government can do.

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Orthodox Woman Picked To Lead L.A. Rabbinic School

In what may be a worldwide first, a rabbinical school has hired an Orthodox woman as its top official.

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