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  • Lawmakers urge Obama to enforce Iran sanctions

    A bipartisan group of lawmakers urged President Obama in a letter to enforce current sanctions against Iran.

  • Jewish roots for ‘Where the Wild Things Are’

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  • South Carolina Republicans apologize for Jewish slur

    Two South Carolina Republican officials have apologized for defending U.S. Sen. Jim DeMint by likening him to Jews who “take care of the pennies.”

  • Poll: Most Americans back Iran sanctions

    Seventy-eight percent of Americans would support economic sanctions against Iran because of its nuclear weapons aims, a recent poll revealed.

  • Mass. butcher fined over certification lapse

    A Massachusetts butcher was fined for falsely billing his shop as having kosher certification.

  • Swastika, Obama’s name carved into golf green

    A swastika and the name of President Obama were carved into the green of a Massachusetts golf course.

  • ADL: Let Army employee sue government

    The Anti-Defamation League urged a federal appeals court to allow a Jewish U.S. Army employee to sue the government for discrimination.

  • Schools key in combating intolerance, U.S. monitoring group told

    Experts on intolerance suggested to the U.S. Helsinki Commission that schools should adopt curricula that promote tolerance for minorities, including Jews.

  • Gaza in dire need of aid, UNWRA official says

    The Gaza Strip is in dire need of humanitarian aid, according to the director of operations in Gaza for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency.

  • Religious institutions to get more security funding

    U.S. community and religious institutions will receive an additional $4 million in federal funding for security.