There is no matzo emoji. That omission is clearly a result of an anti-Semitic tech conspiracy to oppose the Festival of Liberation.
Stephen Hawking was a rare and inspirational man.
It’s a miracle of miracles.
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“Look at me, I’m a beautiful creature…the Barbie’s got something to say.”
“I don’t think I’ve ever seen a black student graduate in the top quarter of the class.”
A last-minute funding cut from the umbrella group for Jewish federations nationwide could mean trouble for nine major Jewish charities.
The Sterns have fostered over 500 cats in the last 5 years alone.
A new interactive map shows all of Europe’s 3,318 synagogues.
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An annual march by local veterans of two SS divisions that made up the Latvian Legion during World War II.
There’s a new Barbie doll — and she’s modeled on a 96-year-old Jewish style icon.
Feinstein led the effort to create a report that labeled the CIA’s “enhanced interrogation techniques” torture.
The Israeli Football Association and the player’s team have declined to take any disciplinary action against him.
There’s a lot more than corned beef to the Jewish story of St. Patrick’s Day.
If you’re hoping to learn about whether you hail from Eastern Silesia or the village of Chelm, 23andMe simply can’t help.
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan just dropped a seven-CD album series — and some of your favorite artists may be on it.
An anonymous American Jewish woman is operating a safe house in California for a Mexican-American family hiding from immigration authorities.
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