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Not a Passing Hobby

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The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments March 25 on two prominent cases that could have far-reaching effects on Jewish-owned businesses and their...

Paul Charts a Conservative Way

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In striking a more libertarian tone than in previous years, the annual Conservative Political Action Conference might be taking the constituency represented by American...

U.S. News Names Best Nursing Homes

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The Health Facilities Association of Maryland has announced that 29 of its members have been included on the list of the country’s Best Nursing...

AIPAC 2014: Iran Tops Agenda

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The world may have been absorbed Sunday morning by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, but inside the Washington Convention Center, the country on everyone’s...

AIPAC 2014: Baltimore Goes To AIPAC

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When he took the dais Monday morning to kick off that day’s installment of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s annual policy conference, Sen....

$390K Theft Discovered

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The just departed executive director of Washington, D.C.’s Adas Israel Congregation has admitted to intentionally stealing at least $390,000, deceptive record keeping and the...

Jews, Hunters and Sunday Hunting Bans

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For most Jews in the United States, hunting laws are not a concern. Following World War II, most settled in urban or suburban areas,...

Teens Tackle Global Issues

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STAMFORD, Conn. — The United Nations is in session. Sam Collins, Croatian delegate to the World Intellectual Property Organization, rises to address the debate...

Calif. Synagogue Ponders Legal Action Against Former Exec

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The just departed executive director of Adas Israel Congregation has admitted to intentionally stealing at least $390,000, deceptive record keeping and illegal transferring of...

Behind-the-Scenes Dealings May Sink Sanctions Effort

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A bipartisan coalition of Congressional legislators working behind the scenes may have prevented new sanctions on Iran. A letter to President Barack Obama drafted by...