A lot of unusual plays have worked in the Giants favor these days that could be chalked up to divine intervention. Monday saw yet another one that could be credited to the so-called “Rally Rabbi.”
A French Jewish group that threatened a lawsuit against Twitter said the social network has agreed to pull tweets under a pair of hash tags that spawned more than a week of racist and anti-Semitic posts.
Coca-Cola may be off the menu for the Passover feast—at least in California.
The head of the University of California is condemning recent anti-Israel incidents on UC campuses.
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office made a rare move Thursday by filing a brief on a measure for the November ballot, a proposal to criminalize male circumcision. The city […]
The lawsuit, expected to be filed in San Francisco Superior Court, claims that the city has no authority to regulate common medical procedures.
Local Jewish leaders have vowed to stop a San Francisco ballot measure that would outlaw circumcision.
The U.S. Department of Education is investigating a faculty member’s complaint that a series of pro-Palestinian events at the University of California, Santa Cruz crossed the line into anti-Semitism and created a hostile environment for Jewish students.
For many Jewish families, it’s a tradition as old as time. Gary Schlotterbeck asked this Good Question: Why do people leave small coins, stones and other items on graves at Jewish cemeteries?