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The New York senator now leads a razor-thin Democratic majority in the upper chamber.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been tough on Asian restaurants. This holiday season, why not adopt a Jewish tradition by eating Chinese food?
The eight-day holiday, also known as the Festival of Lights, begins on Thursday at sunset.
She is the first Jewish American to lie in state on Friday, and just the second Supreme Court justice.
The surge was marked by deadly attacks on Jews in California, New Jersey and New York last year.
The World Jewish Congress, the Anti-Defamation League and several other American Jewish groups praised the order, but more liberal-leaning groups were critical.
The president's comments at the Israeli American Council summit were called "vile and bigoted."
One year after the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, some Jews said they’ve downplayed their religious identity in public.
During the Days of Awe -- the Jewish calendar's holiest season -- progressive Jews are advocating for the rights of undocumented immigrants.
The president mentioned the founder of Ford Motor Co., who frequently used his platform to spread anti-Semitic messages across the country and the world.
His claim that Democrat-leaning Jewish Americans are 'disloyal' is outright anti-Semitic, the ADL says.
Michael Steele warned that the president’s claim that Jewish Americans who vote for Democrats are disloyal is “just the warmup.”
The Vermont senator and 2020 presidential candidate said, "I am a proud Jewish person and I have no concerns about voting Democratic."
“We chose our traditional day of mourning to be sad together. But we also wanted to share our anger," said the CEO of the National Council of Jewish Women.
Both groups have endured religious discrimination. Both have had houses of worship desecrated. And both are increasingly seeing the other as allies.
Rabbis aren't sure what it'll take to protect their congregants -- or whether guns should be part of the solution.
Author David Michael Slater talks about growing up across the street from Pittsburgh's Tree of Life synagogue.
Daily reports of anti-Semitism in different areas of the U.S. are alarming many in the Jewish community and beyond. Last