Little Focus on Jews as Florida Votes

Florida Republican voted Tuesday after a campaign in which the candidates paid scant attention to the state’s 500,000-strong Jewish community.

Syrian Exiles Push For U.S. Action

Disunited and unskilled in the ways of Washington, exiled Syrian dissidents are urging the Obama administration to take an active role in supporting the opposition.

Would-Be L.A. Mayor Seeks Jewish Votes

Wendy Greuel is the only one of four Los Angeles mayoral candidates who isn’t Jewish. That didn’t stop her from showing up at four synagogues during the High Holy Days.

Sundance Town Goes Kosher

The resort town of Park City is known for many things — among them powdery snow and the Sundance Film Festival. Kosher cuisine, not so much. Until now.

Romney, Maybe. Gingrich, No Thanks

Republicans hope that peeling away Jewish support for President Obama could help swing the 2012 election, especially in Florida. That’s going to be tougher if Newt Gingrich is the GOP pick.

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