One chef claims the cookies are so good, he eats “about a bucket and a half a day.”
Dean Phillips’ foundation has given hundreds of thousands of dollars to Jewish groups. He’s running to unseat a Republican who voted to repeal Obamacare.
Al Franken is known as a former Saturday Night Live writer, current senator from Minnesota, and possibly a future presidential candidate. You can add one more descriptor to that list: impressive amateur cartographer.
WASHINGTON — Both houses in Minnesota’s legislature passed laws banning state dealings with companies that participate in the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement. Now that the state Senate on Monday passed its anti-BDS bill, 57-8, it will be reconciled with a similar bill passed earlier in the session by the state House, 98-28, and…
The son of a Minnesota man, 98, accused by a police court of Nazi war crimes, has called for the evidence against his father to be released.
(JTA)– A University of Minnesota student was arrested for allegedly vandalizing a dormitory with anti-Semitic graffiti. The student, 18, was arrested on Thursday. He allegedly drew a swastika on a desk in a public area of the residence hall in which he lives. University officials have called the incident a “bias crime,” the Minnesota Star-Tribune…
In the Bible, Balaam beat an ass, talked to one, and was kind of an ass himself. So how did he wind up on a stained-glass window in Minneapolis?
The hecklers who interrupted Moshe Halbertal’s speech at the University of Minnesota may have thought they were protesting the Israeli occupation. They really object to the Jewish state’s existence, Rabbi Alexander Davis writes.
A prominent Hebrew University professor was shouted down by two dozen protesters at the beginning of a lecture at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.
Robert Zimmerman was raised in Hibbing and Sandy Koufax famously sat out a World Series game in Minneapolis. Here are 12 surprising facts about Minnesota’s Jewish history.