High-School Heroine: A new Israeli TV show follows a 15-year-old girl who discovers she is half-vampire, half-human.

Teen Vampire Debuts on Israeli TV

They could have called her “Batya the Vampire Slayer.”

Going Green: Boaz Frankel took an airboat across Florida?s Lake Okeechobee.

Take the Train to the Pogo Stick...

Since April 19, 26-year-old filmmaker Boaz Frankel has been traveling across the United States, equipped with all the road-trip essentials — iPhone, camera, backpack and a list of contacts.

Pushing The Envelope: Rabbi Avi Weiss says his new school will train Orthodox women to be ?full members of the rabbinic clergy.?

Orthodox Women To Be Trained As Clergy, If Not Yet as Rabbis

Plans for a new school to train Orthodox women as clergy are pushing the issue of the role of women in Orthodox Judaism to a new and untested frontier.

Religious Dissent: Demonstrators at the yearly dinner of Agudath Israel, an Orthodox umbrella group, voice their anger over what they view as its weak stand against rabbinic child molesters.

Escalating Tensions, Protesters Rile Agudath Israel Over Sex-Abuse Bill

Inside the grand ballroom of the Midtown Hilton in Manhattan, Agudath Israel of America’s annual dinner was unfolding according to plan. Men and women dressed in traditional yet elegant clothes dined on salmon and listened to Senator Charles Schumer and Mayor Michael Bloomberg pledge their fealty.

Jewish Activists Part With Bibi On Settlements

Israel’s change of tone toward the Palestinian peace process under its new government has caught Jewish supporters in the United States off guard, leaving them to grapple with a policy shift that now stresses the need to limit future Palestinian sovereignty and avoids discussing a two-state solution.