Senate Tries To Revive Stalled Bill Allowing FEMA Disaster Aid to Synagogues

Hoping to revive a bill to aid synagogues damaged by Hurricane Sandy, two U.S. senators have reintroduced a new measure that seeks to alleviate concerns from FEMA and civil liberties groups over separation of church and state issues.

Yeshiva Rocked as 6 More People Accuse School of Sex Abuse Cover-Up

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Camp Tawonga, Scarred by Tragedy, Is Cornerstone for Bay Area Jews

Camp Tawonga, set in the idyllic mountains near Yosemite, occupies a special spot in the hearts of Bay Area Jews. That bond was only strengthened when a falling tree killed a counselor.

Leonard Matanky, Chicago Rabbi, Named to Head RCA

The leading Modern Orthodox rabbinical association selected Rabbi Leonard Matanky, a longtime insider, as its new president at a recent convention.


Jewish Teacher Strikes New Blow in Gay Marriage Fight — Eyes Supreme Court

Helena Miller and her wife, Dara Raspberry, want Pennsylvania to recognize their marriage. Will their suit prompt the Supreme Court to guarantee same-sex marriage rights for all?

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