Tunisian Jews Seek Place in New Order

As Tunisia struggles to emerge from decades of dictatorship, the small Jewish community is seeking its place in the new order. Nate Lavey went to find out how it’s going.

Conservatives Skip Kiddushin in Gay Rite

In a new gay marriage rite, Conservative rabbis altered the kiddushin. Some gays are happy to be rid of the part of a ceremony in which one partner literally acquires the other.


Israeli Outrage at Reporter's Prosecution

Israel’s media outlets usually fight over just about everything. But they are united in outrage over the prosecution of investigative reporter Uri Blau over classified Army documents.


Forward Scoops Two Deadline Club Awards

The Forward won awards for reporting and opinion writing in the Deadline Club’s 2012 contest sponsored by the New York chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

Sherman and Berman Will Clash in November

Congressmen Brad Sherman and Howard Berman will continue their dogfight in November after they finished one-two in California’s unusual primary system.

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