Passover Seder News
Toronto Mosque Holds All-Inclusive Iftar, Invites Members of LGBT Community to Celebrate Ramadan
The night before a troubled Florida man pledged allegiance to ISIS and killed 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, members of the LGBT community and Muslims broke bread together to celebrate Ramadan at a Mosque in Toronto. Toronto Unity Mosque held its 14th annual all-inclusive iftar, or
Woman, Sterile From Mom's Pregnancy Drug at 25, Gets Mother's Day Miracle Baby
At the age of 25, Judith Helfand learned she had a rare, clear cell cancer and would never be able to have children. A radical hysterectomy in 1990 took her uterus, cervix, fallopian tubes, lymph nodes and the top third of her vagina. In 1963, while five weeks pregnant, Helfand’s mother was
20 reasons we're glad it's spring
It's spring! It's really, finally here! Here's what we're looking forward to most. 1. Flowered trees Linden and cherry blossoms will practically pave the streets. 2. Lighter jackets Leather jackets! Jean jackets! Army jackets! Windbreakers! 3. Here comes the sun Is there any feeling better than
Cokie Roberts Shares Personal Traditions From Her Interfaith Marriage
Award-Winning Journalist Releases Version of a Haggadah Based on Her Mixed-Faith Family
Axelrod on White House Seder: Sasha Found the Afikomen
ABC News' Rick Klein reports: Toward the end of today's "Top Line" interview with David Axelrod, we asked the White House senior adviser to reflect on the new tradition of holding a Passover Seder in the White House.
Bernanke: Why Is This Speech Different From All Others?
Fed Reserve Chief Sees 'Tentative Signs' That Economic Decline Is 'Slowing'
Obamas celebrate Easter in Episcopal church
President Obama picked the self-described "Church of the Presidents," a history-drenched Episcopal church across from the White House, for his first venture to services since he was inaugurated Jan. 20. The Obamas' Easter visit to St. John's Church doesn't mean they have found a permanent place of
The Note's Must-Reads for Friday, April 10, 2009
The Note's Must-Reads are a round-up of today's political headlines and stories from ABC News and the top U.S. newspapers. Posted Monday through Friday right here at www.abcnews.com Compiled by ABC News’ PETER MARTINEZ, CARRIE HALPERIN, KRISTEN RED-HORSE, JUSTIN GRANT...
White House Reaching Out to Gay-Rights Groups
ABC News’ Rick Klein reports: With a series of recent developments in gay rights -- two states have legalized gay marriage just in the past week, with the pace quickening in several other states -- we chatted with Joe Solmonese,...
Why Is This Night Different From All Other Nights?
President Obama will on Thursday night recline -- one is obligated to, after all -- at the first ever White House Passover seder to be attended by a sitting U.S. President. Eric Lesser, special assistant to senior adviser David Axelrod...