"Security measures enacted after 9/11 are impeding the inflow of scientific talent that helps energize American universities.... If the red tape is not untangled soon, it could cause long-term harm to universities and high-tech industries." -- (Visa Quagmire, The New York Times...
A night of anger and reflection
Israel forced to rethink ‘unconstitutional’ African expulsion plan
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Biggest takeaway from 2014 Israel Index is support for freedom
Poem: Yom Kippur
Moving and shaking: Tour de Summer Camps, Woman to Woman Conference and more
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The danger of gossip
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The American distributor of a Mexican film denounced by Catholic groups has been flooded with protest letters, many with an anti-Semitic tone.
"The Crime of Father Amaro" is based on a 19th-century Portuguese novel, but the film is set in contemporary Mexico. Its protagonist is an...
February 28, 2002 | 7:00 pm
On Dec. 8, 1596, Luis de Carvajal, his mother and three sisters were burned at the stake in an auto de fe in Mexico City after the Holy Office of the Inquisition found them guilty of secretly practicing the Jewish faith.
The de Carvajal family was one of the most prominent in...
February 12, 1998 | 7:00 pm
Student films from throughout Southern California are currentlybeing featured on the three-part KCET series "Fine Cut: A Festival ofStudent Film," airing on Sundays at 10 p.m. The series, hosted bydirector Michael Apted, will feature a total of 17 films fromstudents at UCLA, USC,...