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Things are heating up here in D.C., and I don't just mean weather-wise. This morning, I headed to Capitol Hill with RAC intern Madeline to get in on the excitement of the third day of Judge Sonia Sotomayor's confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee. A line of more than 70 people, visible in the video below, were lined up outside the Hart Senate Office Building, where the hearings began at 9 a.m. Visitors who wait in line to snag tickets are allowed into the hearings for 20-minute periods, and many,...

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Donald Cohen-Cutler is a former Communications Manager at the Union for Reform Judaism. This post originally appeared at RJ.org. All views expressed are his own.

In the days after we returned from our honeymoon the questions turned from "how was your trip" to "when should we expect kids?" With the whiplash of the wedding weekend only partly wearing off, neither of us was ready to strap ourselves in for these neck cracking questions.  While not in the near future (10 years mom), kids are definitely part of our...

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by Marc Rosenstein(Originally posted in Ten Minutes of Torah and Galilee Diary)

When the queen of Sheba observed all of Solomon's wisdom, and the palace he had built, the fare of his table, the seating of his courtiers, the service and attire of his attendants, and his wine service, and the burnt offerings that he offered at the House of the Lord, she was left breathless. -I Kings 10:4-5

According to the...

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Raechel Banks is a participant in the Religious Action Center's Machon Kaplan summer program for college students. She is a student at Brandeis University and an intern at Global Action for Children.

Sometimes it's when I'm walking in front of the White House on my way home from work, maybe it's when I've just stuffed myself on Tiger Bread from our Iron Chef competition, or when I'm shivering in the basement of the RAC learning about Just Congregations, but usually I'm sitting next to a new friend, doing nothing in particular, when I...

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Susan Landau is a participant in the Religious Action Center's Machon Kaplan summer program for college students. She is a student at Brandeis University and an intern at Generations United.

One of my colleagues at my internship excitedly informed me recently, "You know, there's this great Kosher deli my friends and I like to go to sometimes. I mean, it's really good. And it actually is Kosher! I will get you some more information about it in case you ever have a craving for a knish." Another sent me an email with a link in it to success stories from the Red Cross's endeavors to...

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