After a bitter election defeat, Jewish Republicans have advice for their party on the best path forward. Hint: It goes through the political middle.
In the first major post-election Jewish gathering, politics has been given a deliberately low profile. Instead, the focus is on social justice.
Restaurateurs in Jerusalem are fuming over what they see as a corrupt government monopoly on kosher certification, a key issue in the holy city.
Paul Berger didn’t know what to expect when Sandy struck, cutting his young family off from heat and power. The outpouring of help taught him a lesson in community.
President Barack Obama now could deepen his liberal imprint on the Supreme Court. Will ailing liberal Ruth Bader Ginsburg be first to quit?
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