The denominations that make up mainstream American Judaism - Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, Reconstructionist - all seem to be struggling with organizational issues while clinging fiercely to their separate identities. But not Jewish Renewal, a small movement based on the teachings of Reb Zalman Schachter-Shalomi.
In a Dublin college Mick Moloney met Jews for the first time, now he's recorded an album celebrating Irish-Jewish ties.
Knesset has adopted a law under which any Israeli government entering into peace talks must use those talks to advance a compensation claim for those who became Israeli citizens.
Israel on Campus Coalition: Rather than spotlight the lunatic fringe, we prefer to promote Israel in positive way.
Dalia Carmel's two-bedroom home is filled with 1,500 volumes of cookbooks - just a fraction of the 10,000 she once had.
With unemployment rates hovering at around 10 percent (more than double what they were two years ago), one ripple effect of America's recession is increased immigration to Israel.
The Forward's list represents Jewish politicians who are either making their first steps on the national scene or are viewed as possible future leaders.
The Jewish Review of Books to focus on Jewish literary and political affairs; the magazine is funded by an endowment established by the late Zalman Bernstein.
The Hebrew Language Academy, funded mostly by the state of New York, is dual-language program among the first of its kind. The four-month-old school has become a showcase for others interested in using it as a model.
One side of Poland is educating about Jewish history, while another still demonize them, along with gays.