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Legislators on both sides of the political aisle are pushing for the construction of a national Jewish chaplains’ memorial at Arlington National Cemetery, and judging by a unanimous House of Representatives vote in favor of larger bill containing the prov...
Community in Vacaville, Calif., celebrates with a new Torah scroll
Founded in 1851 with a population of barely 300 people, the city of Vacaville, Calif., was once a stopping point of the Pony Express. A century-and-a-half later, the northern California city, which today has grown to a population of roughly 95,000, earns ...
Alaska museum turns its attention to the state's early Jewish settlers
Summer means a few things in Alaska: the earth peeks out beneath the snow, the days become extremely long, and cruise ship after cruise ship arrives with tourists from around the world for seasonal, historical and nature-related trips. For many visitors, ...
‘One Heart’ program participants reminisce and reconnect in Israel
A special reunion took place in Israel—one that had the power to bring the strongest and bravest of men to tears. Delegations of wounded Israeli soldiers who have traveled to New York City with the organization Belev Echad (“One Heart” in Hebrew) over the...
Rabbi Menachem Stern has wanted to be an army chaplain since August 2008, when he came across a Jewish news site that got him thinking it was the right job for him. Halfway through an introductory meeting, he texted his wife to tell her, “I think I’ve fou...
Rabbi Shmuel Felzenberg, stationed in Afghanistan with the 82nd Airborne Division, received the rank of major while his family watched from 8,000 miles away.
United States Army Specialist Daniel J. Agami, 25, affectionately known as "G.I. Jew," was killed in Baghdad on June 21.
A new exhibit in the central Chabad-Lubavitch library provides a rare public glimpse into some unknown aspects of the life of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
The backroom of a Brooklyn landmark building served as the global hub for Jewish connectivity
This is the story of how a handful of young Chassidim set out to build a global communications network in the era before Periscope, Skype, VoIP, or even satellite or Cable TV. Their actions would sow the seeds for dozens of future Chabad-led forays into d...
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