November 18, 2018

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The video was heartbreaking. A father, Jason Coffman, spoke before the cameras of his 22-year-old son, Cody, who had just been murdered
The massacre of 11 people in Pittsburgh has prompted comparisons to the 1938 attacks on Germany 80 years ago this week, Kristallnacht.
On the night of Sunday, Oct. 28, less than 36 hours after a gunman rampaged through the Tree of Life Congregation synagogue in Pittsburgh
Even on the heels of California’s historic drought, water use has steadily returned to pre-drought levels, particularly in affluent Southern
More than a decade before David Ben-Gurion declared Israeli independence from the confines of a Tel Aviv bomb shelter,
For musician Craig Taubman, eclecticism has always been the name of the game. For more than 15 years, he led the popular Friday Night Live
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach weighs in on the truthtellers of America. "There is something rotten in America. We all feel it in our bones."
also known as Abu Mazen, might hold the world record in reaching agreements with the wrong people at the wrong time.
Of course not. And neither are the Jewish people. Or any of our holidays. And most of all, Simchat Torah is certainly not normal. 
Observing Sukkot, or “tabernacles,” is the ultimate expression of the joyful life. 
When my late father, Rabbi David Hartman, took his first pulpit in the Bronx in 1955, he could not stop thinking about all the congregants
The Internet is an unending conversation; every argument is rebutted, shared, revised, and extended. It is a real-time extension...
There seems to be a geographical determinant in literature. The New York novel concerns the individual (searching for himself),
The Jewish Take on Happiness In trying to divine an answer to that question, I decided to examine what the Bible says...
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