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Follow-up meetings address anti-Semitism incidents at Cherry Creek

The Cherry Creek School District academic year has ended, but the echoes of anti-Semitism in some of the district’s halls have spilled into summer, according to Cherry...

Pittsburgh trial and Jewish ritual

The focus of the trial prosecuting the man who in 2018 opened fire on Jewish worshippers is the gunfire — the shooting on Oct. 27, 2018 that killed 11 Jews praying at...

US desires Israel-Saudi normalization

The Biden administration is fully invested in Israel-Saudi normalization, Secretary of State Antony Blinken told the pro-Israel lobbying group AIPAC on June 5. He also...

Artistic answer to hate

A massive mural of a Jewish mother lighting Shabbat candles has just gone up in a Jewish neighborhood of Los Angeles, the first in a series of anti-hate murals planned...

Jewish kids with allergies are often isolated

Synagogues and other Jewish organizations are seeing a rise in the number of children and teens who suffer from food allergies, and are adjusting to make sure that no...

The Sackler Wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Spencer Platt/Getty)

Sacklers keep immunity, pay $6 billion

The Sackler family, the Jewish billionaires whose marketing of the painkiller drug OxyContin fueled the US’ opioid epidemic, will receive full immunity from all civil...

Egyptian kills three Israeli soldiers

An Egyptian security officer opened fire, June 3, on Israeli soldiers who were on a routine patrol, killing two. Hours later, he killed another soldier.

The murder — and the hunt for justice

Susan Altman meets the gold standard for persistence and fortitude — finally, a conviction, following the murder of her sister Stacy Feldman.

Apology for promoting the Protocols in Miami

Months before a Miami-area mother persuaded a local school to restrict access to an Amanda Gorman poem read at the Biden inaugration, she was posting anti-Semitic memes...

Tackling chronic insomnia with high-tech devices — not pills

The Sleep Foundation estimates that between 10 and 30% of American adults struggle with chronic insomnia. For older adults, the rate jumps to as high as 48%.