Dual loyalty is an old and nefarious accusation. It has dogged Jews for centuries in any land where they settled and began to feel comfortable - the allegation that their allegiance is to their tribe first and not to their nation.
U.S. National Security adviser opens Washington gala with a joke that left some pealing with laughter, and others perturbed.
Jewish groups exert communal effort to get the U.S. Department of Education more deeply involved in probing allegations of anti-Semitism on college campuses.
Holocaust memorialization is moving onto social-networking sites like Facebook and presenting new opportunities for remembering the victims - and bringing a whole new set of complexities.
Greenfield is an enigma. She is a fierce critic of her own community's attitudes to the peace process and modernity - 'incapable of compromise' -Yet she still lives in it.
Delegitimization - the new buzzword of pro-Israel activists -has become a major rallying point for the American Jewish community and is the up-and-coming cause for Jewish organizations.
By lowering barriers to involvement in Jewish life, Chabad's presence on campuses has the potential to have a major impact at schools where Hillel groups have previously been the sole providers of Jewish programming.
To love Judaism is to know how much the Sabbath matters. But neither knowledge nor love is quite enough to move many Jews, perhaps most Jews, to observance, or even to the level of observance they feel, deep in their hearts, commanded to achieve.
Census provides government with info used to track demographic trends, direct funding where it?s needed.
Pro-Israel activists hope this week's conference emerges as a pivotal point back toward warmer ties between America and Israel in the wake of recent tensions.