Hobby Lobby Supreme Decision Splits Jews Along Denomination Lines

Two decades ago the Jewish community united in support of landmark religious freedom legislation. Now the Supreme Court’s application of that law has Jewish groups divided.

Young Hungary Jews Push for Slice of Communal Pie

Peering through dusty apartment widows isn’t an uncommon pastime in this capital city’s crime-infested 8th District, with its many drug addicts and alcoholics seeking for a fix.

For Bar Mitzvah Boy and Survivor, Love of Chess Bridges 76-Year Age Gap

Holocaust survivor Herman Bomze had almost never been beaten at chess — until an intergenerational program matched him with whiz kid Zachary Targoff.

As Israel Mourns Slain Teens, Everyone Wants Someone To Blame

With the bodies of Israel’s missing boys found, everyone wants someone to blame. But while Netanyahu blamed Hamas, others found fault elsewhere.


Brussels Jewish Museum Gunman Appeals Extradition Order

Mehdi Nemmouche, the Frenchman suspected of killing four people at the Jewish museum in Brussels, has appealed a French court-ordered extradition.

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