Orthodox Town of Lakewood Grabs Bigger Computer Subsidy Than Poorest Cities

The Orthodox town of Lakewood is far from New Jersey’s biggest or poorest locality. So how did it snag more money from a federal computer subsidy than Newark or Jersey City?


Natan Sharansky's Kotel Compromise Gives Him New Heft as Liaison to Diaspora

Fresh off his deal on egalitarian prayer at the Western Wall, Natan Sharansky may now have earned a new role as the key interlocutor between Israel and American Jews.

In Boston’s Heavily Jewish Suburbs, Shock and Re-Sparked Memories

The terror in Boston brought back painful memories for some of its Jewish residents — memories of the Holocaust, Argentina and Israel.

David Miliband, Most Secular of Jews, Trades British Politics for New York NGO

David Miliband, the former British foreign minister, has left politics to run the International Rescue Committee. Like him, the group has Jewish roots, but a secular focus.


Jewish Ethics and Biotech Innovation Clash in Supreme Court's BRCA Gene Case

The Supreme Court is hearing a case involving the BRCA gene mutation that can lead to breast cancer. Along with innovation and profits, the health of Jewish women hangs in the balance.

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