At OSRUI, the Reform movement overnight camp in Oconomowoc, you’d be hard-pressed to find a cell phone over the summer. “We are screen free,”...
Headstones from a 19th-century cemetery were cut and used for roadwork ahead of Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev’s visit to Czechoslovakia in 1987.
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The unnamed officer will be tried for negligent homicide rather than manslaughter, the charge sought by Solomon Tekah's family.
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The Jewish National Security Council staffer pushed back against allegations that he is more loyal to interests in his native Ukraine than the United States.
Cohen’s characters “help to expose how common prejudices are in our society and our world,” the group's CEO said.
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Jake Emen knows religious Jewish law bans tattoos, but says his experiences have an intrinsic connection to his faith.
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A third national election is looming if Gantz cannot form a government by midnight Wednesday.
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