The South has a reputation as a backwater for Jewish life. But a new study finds growing Jewish populations in Dixie — and they’re not all in Florida.16
Business as usual isn’t much to write home about, but sometimes it’s all one can hope for.112
For presidential candidates, especially Republicans, the Israel Visit is a rite of passage. But who funds these junkets and why?178
Mayor Nir Barkat is seen as a populist hero for Jewish Jerusalem and a salve for secular-Orthodox conflicts. But is he the right man to lead the divided holy city amid a wave of Palestinian violence?39
Yitzhak Navon, who served as Israel’s fifth president between 1978-1983, died on Saturday. He was 94.
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