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Jews once fought — and died — for voting rights. Here’s why some are still at it.


Jews once fought — and died — for voting rights. Here’s why some are still at it.

The president's voting commission is a solution in search of a problem.

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Larry David and Bernie Sanders are cousins, naturally

Cleveland Cavaliers bring in a Jewish general manager. Didn’t David Blatt coach there?

Al Jazeera

Netanyahu eyeing way to shut down Al Jazeera in Israel

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United States

Soon there will only be one Judaica store left in Manhattan

The internet and rising rent take their toll on West Side Judaica, which has been around since the 1930s.

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Israel & Middle East

In apparent de-escalation, Abbas calls for return to prayer at Al-Aqsa mosque

Thousands attended the funeral of the three terrorists who killed two Israeli police.

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From the JTA Archives

Documents Show Truman Demanded Israel Withdraw from Areas Taken During the War of Independence

Japanese Government Rejects Article Blaming Stock Market Trouble on Jews

Candy Workers Strike; Want Pay Checks Sweetened

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Israeli-owned Berlin bookstore closes amid accusations of pressure from left

An owner of the shop cited financial reasons in explaining the closure.

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From 70 Faces Media

Montreal vs. New York Bagels: What’s the Difference?

Dating While Ultra-Orthodox? Better Update Your Shidduch Resume.

I Gladly Adopted Judaism — But the Food Was Another Story

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Life & Culture

The summer that Judd Apatow, Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill took over mainstream comedy

"Knocked Up" and "Superbad," which came out just a few months apart from each other, had lasting effects on Hollywood comedy.

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