The U.S. House of Representatives defeated a resolution backing the nuclear agreement with Iran on Friday, in a symbolic vote engineered by congressional Republicans who object to the deal.5
The New York Times corrected and removed parts of an infographic that highlights the Jewishness or Jewish ties of U.S. lawmakers who oppose the Iran nuclear deal.8
A Reform temple and Conservative synagogue in northern New Jersey will officially merge as of the first day of Rosh Hashanah.
The FBI arrested a young Jewish American man who is accused of causing a terrorist scare by pretending to be a jihadist terrorist based in Australia.19
The debate on accessible birth control has been framed as if it’s the faithful versus the godless, but that is far from the case.
An American Jewish Committee poll found U.S. Jews virtually split on the Iran nuclear deal and showed Hillary Rodham Clinton well ahead of the pack among preferred presidential candidates.
French Jewish groups, including Western Europe’s largest charity for Jews, signed a declaration of principles for coordinated efforts to provide relief for Syrian refugees.11
Rabbis from across the former Soviet Union and Israel gathered in the city of Saratov 450 miles southeast of Moscow to celebrate the opening of one of Russia’s largest synagogues.
A Republican-backed measure to derail the Iran nuclear agreement was blocked in the U.S. Senate on Thursday, in a major foreign policy victory for Democratic President Barack Obama.42
President Barack Obama told rabbis in a pre-Rosh Hashanah phone call that security talks with Israel had resumed and he hoped to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu by early next month.10
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