(JTA) — Los Angeles’ main teachers union voted Thursday to indefinitely postpone a motion in favor of boycotting Israel.
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The passage of the legislation came after an uproar earlier this week when the allocation was stripped from a government bill after objections from several progressive Democrats.
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WASHINGTON (JTA) — The coincidence of the 9/11 terrorist attacks with the imminent High Holidays has long haunted the Jewish-American imagination.
If passed, the legislation would establish a grant program in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to facilitate research and the commercialization of cybersecurity technology.
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Included in the bill’s provisions is a $2.75 billion allocation for nonpublic K-12 schools with a substantial percentage of low-income students that communal officials think will help Jewish day schools.
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Former President Donald Trump quickly endorsed Max Miller shortly after his former White House aide officially declared his candidacy for the …
(JTA) — The House of Representatives began its impeachment debate on Wednesday — the second of Donald Trump’s presidency. Rep. David Cicilline…
Ohio Senate Bill 372 that would create the Holocaust and Genocide Memorial and Education Commission unanimously passed Dec. 9 and will be sent…
The devout Christian talks about some of the shared concerns with the Jewish community, and the fact that “we don’t have to agree on everything to be friends.”
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“My hope is that Ohio’s youth will become enlightened as a result of this legislation to avoid such atrocities from ever happening again,” said State Sen. Michael Rulli.
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