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AUSTIN, Texas — The founding date of Austin’s B’nai Abraham synagogue, established in 1893, makes clear that Jewish roots in the Lone Star State go back a long time. The historic … more
Students from Rambam Mesivta and HANC were among 600 people who joined an OU Teach NYS mission in Albany to advocate for additional funding for private school education. more
The confirmation of Betsy DeVos as secretary of education was applauded on Tuesday by the Orthodox Union and Agudath Israel of America. The OU said it believes DeVos will help … more
The Orthodox Union has issued an unprecedented statement announcing the establishment of a far-reaching policy regarding women and leadership positions in synagogue life.  Citing extensive … more
The following is the complete text of the Orthodox Union’s statement: Within mainstream Orthodoxy, more women than at any prior time in Jewish history are learning and teaching Torah, with … more
With 81 percent of Orthodox parents having a child in day school or yeshiva, tuition is their single-biggest expense. With annual fees starting at around $15,000 per child and surpassing $30,000 in … more
President Donald Trump on Tuesday evening nominated to the Supreme Court Neil Gorsuch, 49, a federal Appeals Court judge known to favor protections of religious belief in the public square and for … more
The Orthodox Union facilitated an energized discussion of “Torah in the City” on Sunday, drawing close to 1,500 men and women from throughout the tri-state area to Citi Field in Flushing … more
On Sunday, the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, at its 118th Anniversary convention at Citi Field, adopted Resolutions expressing positions on a range of … more
The Orthodox Union’s Department of Synagogue and Community Services will host an unusual panel discussion this Shabbos on “The Cost of Grandparenting in the 21st Century Torah … more
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