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  • Override SCHIP veto

    Congress has the opportunity to ensure a healthy new year for millions of American children by overriding the ideologically driven presidential veto of SCHIP, the president of the National Council of Jewish Women writes.

  • Time to fight abortion decision

    The Supreme Court has made it clear that ideology trumps women’s health in the nation’s highest court – and it’s time to fight back, writes Phyllis Snyder of the National Council of Jewish Women.

  • B’nai B’rith lauds U.N. on Lebanon

    B’nai B’rith International praised the United Nations’ intent to send a mission to investigate weapons smuggling at the Lebanese-Syrian border.

  • Warsaw Ghetto uprising marked

    Several hundred people commemorated the beginning of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising 64 years ago.

  • NRA cartoon raises hackles

    A cartoon of New York City’s Jewish mayor recalls anti-Semitic stereotypes, a Jewish group charged.

  • Israel says 66 terror victims last year

    Sixty-six people in Israel died in terrorist attacks in the past year, bringing the total to 1,635 since the establishment of the state.

  • Guard’s son to return Irgun fighter’s Bible

    A Bible inscribed by an Irgun fighter and given to his British guard moments before he blew himself up in prison will be returned to the fighter’s family.

  • Women don’t belong at back of bus

    Israel can’t force women to sit at the back of certain bus lines to avoid offending fervently Orthodox men, the president of the National Council of Jewish Women writes.

  • Alito would erode minority protection

    Judge Samuel Alito, nominated for a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court, would overturn crucial protections for minority religions, and would roll back the right to an abortion, writes the president of the National Council of Jewish Women.

  • Fundamental freedoms at stake

    If he is confirmed, Judge John Roberts is likely to set the course for the court and our personal liberties for decades to come, argues the president of the National Council of Jewish Women, Phyllis Snyder.