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Study: Kosher Chicken May Have Higher E. Coli Risk

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Kosher chicken might be less safe to consume than conventional poultry, a new study found. Researchers with Northern Arizona State University examined the occurrence of...

An All-Too-Real Hardship

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Beth Newman has been working as a statistician at the Census Bureau for more than a year, but when she arrived at the office...

NJDC Names Rabbi Moline

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Jack Moline, the rabbi at Agudas Achim Congregation of Northern Virginia since 1987, is stepping down to become executive director at the National Jewish...

Pew Survey of U.S. Jews

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There are a lot more Jews in America than you may have thought — an estimated 6.8 million, according to a new study. But...

Wanted: Jewish Eggs

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If you are a Jewish woman struggling with infertility, technological and medical advances have provided you with a lot of options in recent decades....

Analysis: Our Time To Lead

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The J Street policy conference, “Our Time To Lead,” ran this year from Saturday night, Sept. 28 through Tuesday, Oct. 1. With 2,800 participants...

BJC Passes Minimum-Wage Policy

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The Baltimore Jewish Council passed a policy statement on minimum wage that advocates for a wage above the federal poverty line. “… The Baltimore Jewish...

State Department Photo Lists ‘Palestine’ As Country

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A photo posted on the U.S. State Department’s Instagram account on Tuesday lists “Palestine” as a country. The post occurred a day after the...

Sen. Mikulski, Rep. Sarbanes Back Brown For Governor

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Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown received a pair of major endorsements in his bid for the governor’s office earlier this week when Maryland Senator Barbara...

Gansler Releases Twitter Video Before Announcement

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Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler released a gubernatorial campaign video via Twitter on Thursday, Sept. 19, ahead of his official announcement on Tuesday, Sept....