This year, the Jewish holiday Passover begins April 3. The first night of the holiday is traditionally celebrated with a Seder. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on a handful of apps to help your family learn about and prepare for this special time of year.
commentary Facebook's refusal to delete a page about "Jewish Ritual Murder" rekindles a simmering debate over how to respond when bigots use social networks to spread racist speech and hateful propaganda.
New York Times columnist Nick Kristof flew to Bahrain and found himself unable to enter the country. So he decided to live-tweet his adventure.
With Easter, Passover, the start of baseball season, we get it -- you're busy. You deserve a break though, so sit back, relax, and enjoy this week's top stories from Crave.
Interactive sound installation at San Francisco's Contemporary Jewish Museum rigs up camera, speakers, and robotic know-how to get visitors asking questions from the silly to the sublime.
Researchers suggest that "wind setdown," in which strong offshore winds can temporarily lower water levels in shallow coastal areas, could explain the famous biblical tale.
In an interview, David Webster talks about the future of Microsoft's advertising, the impending launch of Natal and Windows Phone, and the challenges of going up against Apple.
Caroline McCarthy and Tim Geisenheimer join The 404 today, while Jeff pretends to celebrate the Passover with his family. The ace reporter brings in cupcakes made with bacon-cream cheese frosting and beer. Sounds incredibly healthy.
Even if you've never made Turkish coffee before, this set has everything you need. If you're already an expert, it makes a great gift for another coffee lover in your life.
Trinity Wall Street, a tech-savvy Episcopal church in downtown Manhattan, has created a Twitter account that stages the story of Jesus' crucifixion.