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Why I Kept My Daughters At Jewish Sleepaway Camp — After Tragic Death Of Fellow Camper

We wanted to be there for the grieving family and community. But there was also a parent’s natural instinct.

When Did Saving Lives Become an Irrational Goal? Welcome to the 2017 Healthcare Debate

A top economics pundit chides healthcare debate: too much ‘compassion,’ too little ‘rational’ cost cutting talk. J.J. Goldberg takes the terms apart.

Yankel and Leah 4: Observing the NYC Skyline – And Her

He tried not to study her so he did so from the side, when she wasn’t watching.

Where On Earth Is the Israeli Ambassador to Poland?

Anna Azari was a no-show at two major Holocaust commemorations including one where a Polish bishop movingly asked the Jews for forgiveness.

Remembering Esther Ticktin: A Jewish Feminist Who Inspired Learners For Decades

Esther Ticktin, who inspired generations of Jewish students and turned Jewish feminism into a down-to-earth practice, died Friday at age 91.

How Israel’s Temple Mount Crisis Became A Showdown — Between Government And Generals

While world attention focuses on Palestinian vs. Israeli tensions, the real story is a behind-the-scenes battle between army and politicians.

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