Jewish Federations Scramble To Save Funding as Obamacare Goes Into Effect

As the clock ticks toward the full implementation of the Affordable Care Act next year, Jewish federations, the largest Jewish stakeholders on the issue, are mobilizing their members to ensure that the historic health care reform does not hurt funding for communal health care institutions.

Jewish Groups Blast Top Court Over Decision on Voting Rights Act

The Supreme Court’s decision Tuesday to strike down key elements of the Voting Rights Act touched a chord with the Jewish community which has been deeply supportive of the law.


Jewish Summer Camps Face Immigration Bill Fight

Immigration reform is more than legislating a path to citizenship for millions of undocumented immigrants and enhancing border security.

Dazzling Miss Israel Brings Message of Jewish Diversity to America

When Miss Israel ‘Titi’ Aynaw enters a room full of Jewish children, they think she’s from Africa. They’re only half right — as the willowy beauty queen is quick to point out.


Most Wanted List of Nazis Shifts With Two More Nabbed

What does it take to catch a Nazi nowadays? Who makes the list? What kind of heinous act warrants first place? With a recent capture, these questions become even more pressing.

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