Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Three days of protests react to the prison sentences of two yeshiva students for dodging the draft.
Sukkahs all over the world are used to build bridges between people of different backgrounds.
What's a Jew to do with shortages in the four species? Some cooperate interdenominationally, others break the rules.
The Facebook founder has posted pictures of challah and invoked Yom Kippur.
A survey finds diversity when it comes to women's roles, accepting gay synagogue members and attachment to Israel.
Most of us aren't liars or thieves, But we've all said words that hurt, writes a New Jersey rabbi.
In a message sent ahead of Rosh Hashanah, the president wished Jews "a sweet, healthy, and peaceful year."
A new brand identity for the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism is about embracing the "emerging future," writes its chief executive officer.
The lawsuit filed in federal court is aimed at stopping Chabad of Irvine’s kapparot ceremony, a pre-Yom Kippur ritual in which a chicken is swung by its legs and then slaughtered.
From hot chocolate to chickpea soup to melon seed milk, here are some unexpected holiday traditions from an array of countries.


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