2 French Jews Jailed for 2012 'Terror' Bomb Try

Two French Jews were sent to prison for placing a bomb in 2012 under the car of an anti-Zionist journalist in Paris.

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New York's Gay Pride Weekend Bigger — and Jewier — Than Ever

New York’s pride weekend is the LGBT community’s signature event. The Jewish component gets bigger every year — with pioneering groups and shuls leading the way.

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Leo Melamed Retraces Path of Escape From Nazis to Japanese Port

Leo Melamed still remembers the palpable relief he felt when he walked ashore after escaping the Nazis as a child. He’s making an emotional return to the place where he landed: Japan.

Orthodox Day School Upset at Raunchy 12-Year-Old Comic Josh Orlian

Josh Orlian cracked up the judges on ‘America’s Got Talent.’ But his Orthodox day school in suburban Westchester County, N.Y., isn’t laughing.

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Poland Chief Rabbi Meets Ex-Leader's Kin

Poland’s chief rabbi, Michael Schudrich, met with the daughter and other descendants of Poland’s iconic interwar leader Marshal Jozef Pilsudski.

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