Undermining the right to vote of any American citizen is emphatically wrong.
As the Asian-American community in Georgia and across the country reels from a shooting rampage Tuesday night that left eight dead at three spas in the Atlanta area, Jewish groups say they stand ready to help.
By using standard time year-round, guests at the Seder could go home an hour earlier.
The congregants of Rodeph Sholom are weary. They speak carefully and consider the consequences of vocalizing opposition to Greene.
I voted for Ossoff in part because I saw myself represented in his Jewishness, and that representation mattered to me.
This week, as Rev. Raphael Warnock, a Black man, and Jon Ossoff, a Jew, were declared twin victors as Georgia’s next Senators, I felt joy and triumph.
This wasn’t Jon Ossoff’s first race.
Democrats were on the cusp of taking control of Congress as Raphael Warnock declared victory and Jon Ossoff was locked in a narrow race late Tuesday.
Control of Congress now hinges on whether Ossoff and his Democratic counterpart Raphael Warnock can defeat Perdue and Sen. Kelly Loeffler.
Here’s a recap of the Jewish drama in both races, which are going down to the wire.