(JNS) — While Georgia is not known for its Jewish population, the state’s competitive Senate race is grabbing the attention of Jewish organizations on both sides of the political spectrum as Democratic incumbent Senator Raphael Warnock and Republican former University of Georgia and NFL sta…

(JNS) — A teacher at San Diego’s Carmel Valley Middle School justified the placement of Adolf Hitler’s portrait alongside those of non-genocidal world leaders in a seventh-grade classroom, telling a Jewish student that “Hitler may have done some bad things, but he also had strong leadership …

(JNS) — Two years after Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain signed the Abraham Accords on the White House lawn, a delegation of young professionals from those nations and Morocco — which later joined the accords — traveled to Washington D.C. to show how the agreements have given the…