Preparing for the worst: A conversation with Cedars-Sinai’s director of epidemiology on Ebola
As Nigeria is declared formally free of Ebola, Israel preps for domestic readiness
Jews at the helm of U.S. Ebola response
“Vicar of Baghdad” says nothing short of US ground troops will halt ISIS
Netanyahu reportedly withdraws support for conversion bill
Why Israel loses no sleep over Islamic State
Event at LA Westin hotel restricts participation by Israelis
‘Klinghoffer’ ticket-holders talk back
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To frack or not to frack?
As concerns mount over the environmental and public health consequences of hydraulic fracturing, known as fracking, Jewish groups are coalescing around a strategy that supports efforts to extract natural gas from shale rock while seeking to mitigate its...