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  • Jews still like Obama, but approval dips

    Nearly two-thirds of Jews still approve of President Obama’s performance, but his approval numbers have dipped.

  • ADL disturbed by attack on Muslim taxi driver

    The Anti-Defamation League called the stabbing of a Muslim New York City taxi driver a hate crime.

  • Z Street alleges IRS playing politics

    A pro-Israel activist group filed a lawsuit alleging that its application for U.S. tax-exempt status is being unduly scrutinized.

  • CIA paper cites Jewish acts of terrorism

    A recent CIA paper cited Jewish acts of terrorism in the West Bank in its analysis of whether the United States is an exporter of terrorism.

  • Religious groups urge against federal funding changes

    Leaders of religious groups signed a letter urging U.S. congressmen not to take measures to alter federal funding of religious charities.

  • Nuremberg Laws transferred to National Archives

    The original Nuremberg Laws documents were transferred to the National Archives in Washington, where they will reside permanently.

  • Lawmakers ask Obama to enforce Iran sanctions

    Two U.S. congressmen asked President Obama to bar a Russian oil company from doing business in the United States because it supplies Iran.

  • Florida campaign stands behind ‘Gestapo’ reference

    A Republican challenging a Florida Jewish Democrat in a congressional race stood by his use of “Gestapo” to describe a videographer.

  • Berenson ordered back to court

    Lori Berenson, the Jewish New Yorker arrested in Peru in 1995 for aiding insurgents, was ordered to return to jail after being released on parole in May.

  • AJWS, JDC helping Pakistani flood victims

    The American Jewish World Service and American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee are collecting money to aid relief efforts in Pakistan.