Papers Reveal Secret Struggle To Display Washington’s Letter

The Forward chronicles the Touro Synagogue’s effort to get back George Washington’s 1790 letter guaranteeing religious freedom.


Jewish Seat Threatened By Growing Latino Bloc

The proposed creation of a Latino congressional seat in the San Fernando Valley could displace Howard Berman, one of the House’s most influential members.


A Gay-Friendly Israel Is Complicated for Jewish LGBT Congregations

America’s LGBT synagogues often have a much more complicated relationship with the Jewish state than do their mainstream counterparts.


Speed Dating Among the Senior Set

In one Florida community, speed dating is all the rage with the over-60 set. The only problem is finding enough men to sign up for the matchmaking exercise.

Jews and Latinos Form a Pragmatic Congressional Alliance

Changing demographic realities are pushing Jews to seek a political partnership with Latinos. At left, Rep. Xavier Becerra, a proponent of the alliance.

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