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List of Jewish newspapers in United States
- Algemeiner Journal: Weekly Jewish-American newspaper published in New York. The newspaper owned by Gershon Jacobson Jewish Continuity Foundation.
- American Israelite: Jewish weekly newspaper based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Founded in 1854, American Israelite is one of the oldest English-Jewish newspapers in United States.
- Atlanta Jewish Times
- Baltimore Jewish Times: Weekly newspaper headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland.
- Cleveland Jewish News (CJN): Jewish newspaper serving the Jewish community in Beachwood, Ohio. The newspaper published by Cleveland Jewish Publication Co.
- Charlotte Jewish News (Charlotte, NC)
- Detroit Jewish News: Detroit’s Jewish community newspaper.
- Five Towns Jewish Times: Weekly newspaper of Nassau County, New York.
- Forward: New York City based newspaper was founded in 1897 as a Yiddish-language daily newspaper.
- Hamodia (Hebrew: המודיע): Leading Israeli newspaper. English language edition is also published in New York.
- Intermountain Jewish News (IJN): Jewish community newspaper serving Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, Utah, and Montana.
- j. weekly (San Francisco, CA)
- Jewish Advocate (Boston, MA)
- Jewish Chronicle of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Jewish Connection
- Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, PA)
- Jewish Herald-Voice (Houston, TX)
- Jewish Journal (Los Angeles, CA)
- Jewish Ledger (West Hartford, CT)
- Jewish News of Greater Phoenix (Phoenix, AZ)
- Jewish Post of New York
- Jewish Press (Brooklyn, NY)
- Jewish Standard (Teaneck, NJ)
- Jewish Star (Garden City, NY)
- Jewish Voice (Bala Cynwyd, PA)
- Jewish Week (New York, NY)
- Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA) (New York, NY)
- Jewish Herald: Weekly American Jewish newspaper out of New York.
- Jewish World (Long Island, New York)
- New Jersey Jewish News: The newspaper owned by United Jewish Communities of MetroWest New Jersey.
- St. Louis Jewish Light (St. Louis, MO)
- Yated Ne’eman (Monsey, NY)