Wednesday, July 26, 2017
The department said it would continue to combat anti-Semitism using tools that were in place before there was an anti-Semitism monitor.
Karen Handel beat the Jewish Democrat by 4 percentage points in a contest that Democrats had hoped would wound Donald Trump's presidency.
Matthew Kuppe, 22, was taken into federal custody on Friday, a day after he had been scheduled to enter prison and two days after he was found "unresponsive" in his home and taken to a hospital.
Rabbis at B’nai Jeshurun, an influential nondenominational synagogue in New York City, will officiate at the weddings of interfaith couples who commit to creating Jewish homes and raising Jewish children.
Tim Canova had backing from Sanders followers, who said the Florida congresswoman represented a corrupt establishment.
Rep. Steve Scalise, the Republican House whip from Virginia, remained in critical condition a day after the shooting by a 66-year-old Illinois man.
No topic for the former first lady's Oct. 25 talk at the Temple Emanu-El Streicker Center has been announced.
Dan Hanegby, 36, an investment banker and father of two living in Brooklyn, was the first person to die while using a Citi Bike.
The Yeshiva of New Haven came under additional scrutiny after a federal jury ordered its founding rabbi to pay $20 million to a former student who alleged he was raped.
The museum had requested a funding increase of $3 million in order to cover rising costs, maintenance, equipment support and security.


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