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With just 10,000 Jews making up less than 1% of New Hampshire’s population, there is no real Jewish vote to speak of in next week’s first-in-the-nation primary. That isn’t keeping Jews from having strong opinions about the intense quadrennial ritual.


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The deal to allow egalitarian prayer at the Western Wall is a historic breakthrough. Naomi Zeveloff narrates a surprising pictorial timeline of a century of prayer at Judaism’s holiest site.


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Bernie Sanders Fights to (Nearly) Dead Heat in Iowa

Exceeding expectations and outperforming polls, Bernie Sanders scored a near dead heat with frontrunner Hillary Clinton in the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses.


Paul Singer, the GOP’s ‘Anti-Adelson’, Makes His Move

Casino mogul Sheldon Adelson is the prototype of the brash money man who can upend a political race with one multimillion dollar check. But as the Republican campaign moves into a new stretch, soft-spoken billionaire Paul Singer is the one making waves in the GOP — and he is betting on Marco Rubio.

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