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Is Cleveland Indians pitcher Andrew Miller Jewish?

Is Cleveland Indians pitcher Andrew Miller Jewish?

The star reliever, who hasn't allowed a run in the playoffs, has one of the most common Jewish surnames.

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Rivka Joseph

One Jew, One Vote: Rivka Joseph, 28

Biden Peres

Counting kippahs and in-laws: Biden says he’s ‘more Jewish’ than Clinton

Theo Epstein and Mike Chernoff

Theo Epstein vs. Mike Chernoff: The Jewish minds behind the Cubs and the Indians

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United States

Hillary Clinton speaking at the New Jersey primary night rally at The Brooklyn Navy Yard in New York City, June 7, 2016. (Steve Sands/WireImage/Getty Images)

Clinton campaign tally shows 5 top donors are Jewish

The Washington Post article also reported on tensions within the Clinton campaign over “big money” in politics, as revealed in stolen emails posted recently by WikiLeaks.

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Israel & Middle East

Muslims seen at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, in Jerusalem's Old City, on their way to pray on the second day of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan, June 30, 2014. (Sliman Khader/Flash90)

Second UNESCO committee passes resolution ignoring Jewish ties to Temple Mount

The World Heritage Committee resolution passed with less than a majority of its 21 members -- 10 states voted in favor and two were opposed, with eight abstaining and one absent.

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Got Judaism, Need a Workout? Sport Groups Serve Outdoorsy Jews

Israel's Hapoel Tel Aviv player Etay Schechter (C) celebrates after scoring against Austria's Red Bull Salzburg, during their Champions League Play-off round match in Salzburg on August 18, 2010.AFP PHOTO/SAMUEL KUBANI (Photo credit should read SAMUEL KUBANI/AFP/Getty Images)

Israeli soccer union suspends controversial kippah ban


Israel Will Oppose Admission of Germany into Unesco; Delegate Says Nazism Still Lives

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Waze CEO Noam Bardim (right) meets   Sao Paulo mayor-elect Joao Doria to discuss an urban mobility partnership. (Photo courtesy of Joao Doria)

South America’s largest city to partner with Israeli app Waze to tackle urban traffic

The mayor-elect of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Joao Doria met Waze's chief executive officer Noam Bardim to discuss the heavy traffic endured by nearly 20 million people every day.

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The Jew Who Changed the Bagel Game Forever


Talking Politics with Our Son When My Husband & I Don’t Agree


Scrumptious Sweet Potato Hummus Recipe

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Life & Culture

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Cubs vs. Indians: Which team is more Jewish?

Which team should the Chosen People choose? Two fans make their cases.

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