State police were assigned to stand guard outside a synagogue in Potomac, Md. this week following an act of vandalism to the building. But as members of the congregation will tell you, a police presence here is more the rule than the exception.
As Jewish Americans across the country observe Passover, dozens of Jewish-American organizations are urging Congress to correct an oversight at the nation's most hallowed ground: Arlington National Cemetery.
As police in Montgomery County, Md., search for the vandals responsible for the damage to a synagogue in Potomac, some temple members and business owners are considering its connection to the start of Passover.
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