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The silent murders in America

Hundreds of people with disabilities are killed by their caregivers every year. Why we are rarely exposed to those tragic stories?

The silent murders in America

Michael Phelps to receive Ruderman Award for mental health work

Most decorated Olympics swimmer ever to receive Morton E. Ruderman Award for Inclusion of People with Disabilities.

Michael Phelps to receive Ruderman Award for mental health work

Poll: Public believes Israeli government disparaging US Jews

Poll on Israel-Diaspora relations finds almost half of the public believes Netanyahu not doing enough to strengthen ties with US Jews.

Poll: Public believes Israeli government disparaging US Jews

ADL Says Pollard Case 'Borders on Anti-Semitism'

National Director Abe Foxman calls out the US on hiding anti-Semitism in heated meeting with Knesset members.

ADL Says Pollard Case 'Borders on Anti-Semitism'player

Innovators Win 2012 Ruderman Disability Prize

The Ruderman Foundation has announced its selection of 10 winners of its 2012 Prize in Disability. Four are Israeli organizations.

Innovators in Disability Services Win 2012 Ruderman Prize

Israeli MKs Arrive in U.S., Speak with Jews

Second annual MK delegation of Ruderman Fellows arrives in the U.S. for a week of meetings with members of the American Jewish community.

Israeli MKs Arrive in U.S. to Hold Dialogue with Local Jews

‘American Jewish Caucus’ Lobbies Knesset

A new American Jewish caucus is launched to lobby the Knesset to consider Diaspora Jews and may challenge the definition of who is a Jew.

‘American Jewish Caucus’ Lobbies Knesset