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JTA – For years, I’ve told anyone who would listen that the Cubs were the team of the Jews. I’ve written two blog posts about it during the past month alone.   Long … more
JTA – A Jewish heritage mural painted on the side of an office building on the Lower East Side of New York was painted over by the new owner of the building, angering area residents. There … more
BY  JTA – At the start of his campaign, he was dismissed as a fringe protest candidate, an old man with messy hair whose ideas were too extreme to win a national election. But now that … more
BY  JTA – On Monday [Nov. 7], one day before Election Day, I received a call from a reader. She identified herself as a Reform Jew, 46, from Chicago. She had praise for JTA and our … more
JTA – As a fan who runs the “Bob Dylan: Tangled Up in Jews” website, I should have been ecstatic at the Nobel Prize in Literature being awarded to the writer whose words have been … more
JTA – This season promised to be a banner year for Jewish Major League Baseball players – and by and large, the class of ’16 fared pretty well. Many had their best seasons in years … more
WASHINGTON (JTA) – Vice President Joe Biden said Shimon Peres’ legacy should be one of tolerance at a time of rising bigotry.   “At a time when the currents of bigotry … more
JTA – The Tampa City Council in Florida approved a 6-foot-high fence around the new branch of the Jewish Community Centers despite opposition by council members and community members. The … more
JTA – A Jewish cemetery in New York state’s Orange County was vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti. The outer wall of the cemetery in Warwick, a suburban town about 90 minutes north … more
JTA – A Facebook vice president and a human rights advocate who survived the Rwandan genocide are among five people appointed to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council. Elliot Schrage, the vice … more
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