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Conservative rabbis can now attend intermarriages

Conservative rabbis can now attend intermarriages

The decision reverses a ban that was passed in 1972 but not enforced.

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North Texas school district asks mom to prove her child is Jewish to excuse Yom Kippur absence

"Honestly, it upset me just as much as it made me angry,” Lauren Gordon said.

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Cleveland Browns kicker Greg Joseph’s long journey from Jewish day school to the NFL

The rookie, who has impressed the Browns so far, said he wants to give back to the city's Jewish community as much as he can.

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One proposal would be to move the village several hundred yards away from Highway 1 and away from lands claimed by the Kfar Adumim settlement.

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Smoked meat without cherry soda? Canadians say ‘Thanks, Trump.’

Montreal's iconic Jewish deli, Schwartz's, has run out of cans of Cott Black Cherry Soda.

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