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Huckabee: “Iran Deal Marches Israelis to the  Door of the Oven” – Obama Slams Remarks

Huckabee: “Iran Deal Marches Israelis to the Door of the Oven” – Obama Slams Remarks

The war of words between President Obama and the ever increasing cadre of critics over the controversial Iran nuclear agreement heated up on Monday, July 27th, when GOP presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee lashed back at the nation’s chief executive by...

New York Corruption Cases Swirl Around Nepotism and Patronage

New York Corruption Cases Swirl Around Nepotism and Patronage

Ongoing investigations into current criminal cases against the most influential of New Yor...

City Murders Up 11%, Thank You Bill De Blasio

City Murders Up 11%, Thank You Bill De Blasio

According to NYPD statistics that were released on Monday, July 27, the number of murders ...

Weiner Hired By PR Firm, But Won't Deal with Clients

Weiner Hired By PR Firm, But Won't Deal with Clients

After having dealt successfully with humiliating sexting scandal, Anthony Weiner, the form...

Jeweler to the Stars Killed in Hit-And-Run, Accident?

Jeweler to the Stars Killed in Hit-And-Run, Accident?

Beloved jeweler Aron Aranbayev, 40, was found dead after hit-and-run accident outside his ...

 

Judge Brian Cogan Rejects Arab Bank Bid to Overturn Terrorism-Funding Verdict

Judge Brian Cogan Rejects Arab Bank Bid to Overturn Terrorism-Funding Verdict

A Brooklyn district judge on Wednesday, April 8, rejected a bid by Jordan-based Arab Bank to overturn a verdict by a jury that found it liable for supporting terrorism ag...

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At Jerusalem Film Festival, New Year Brings New Kind of Drama

At Jerusalem Film Festival, New Year Brings New Kind of Drama

In July 2014 in Jerusalem, sirens over the city at the beginning of the 50-day Gaza war forced the cancellation of the outdoor opening event of the Jerusalem Internationa...

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Israeli Teva Pharmaceutical Makes Historical Acquisition

Israeli Teva Pharmaceutical Makes Historical Acquisition

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., the world’s largest generic-drug company by sales, finally agreed to buy Allergan PLC’s generics unit for $40.5 billion. This is the ...

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Israel, India Close to Missile Development Deal

Israel, India Close to Missile Development Deal

Israel and India are close to a deal on developing a joint missile system, the Times of India reported Thursday.

Negotiators had “virtually sealed” the deal for medium-ran...

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Cooke Foundation Awards $100K to Society for Scientific Research

Cooke Foundation Awards $100K to Society for Scientific Research

Low-income students often lack the guidance and support needed to submit successful entries to scientific research competitions, a critical milestone for students intendi...

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Expert Offers Tips on Summer Safety

Expert Offers Tips on Summer Safety

During warm weather, thousands of New Yorkers are flocking to beaches, pools, playgrounds and backyard barbecues. Dr. John Marshall, Chair of Emergency Medicine at Maimon...

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Iran's Top Diplomat Tours Arab States Following Nuclear Deal

Iran's Top Diplomat Tours Arab States Following Nuclear Deal

Iran's most senior diplomat arrived in Kuwait on Sunday to begin a three-nation regional tour aimed at deepening ties with Arab neighbors following the conclusion of the ...

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Is Schumer a Shomer or a Shande?

Is Schumer a Shomer or a Shande?

The hotshot senator from New York exactly five years ago was quoted in the Huffington Post as bragging:

"You know, my name comes from the word shomer, guardian, watcher. M...

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Coming to Israel for August Performance

Coming to Israel for August Performance

American pop diva to give small 'greatest hits' concert in Rishon Lezion on her way back from Europe.

Less than two months after an eventful visit, American pop diva Maria...

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NY Real Estate Giant Leaves $20M to Daughters Under Certain Rules

NY Real Estate Giant Leaves $20M to Daughters Under Certain Rules

Maurice Laboz, a real estate titan, who passed away earlier this year, left a hefty inheritance of $20 million to his two daughters, but there are some strings attached, ...

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The Lawless Underpinnings of the Iran Nuclear Deal

The Lawless Underpinnings of the Iran Nuclear Deal

The Obama end-run around the Constitution could yet be blocked if states exercise their own sanctions regimes.

The Iranian nuclear agreement announced on July 14 is uncons...

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Parshas Vaeschanan - The Good, the Bad and the Beloved

Parshas Vaeschanan - The Good, the Bad and the Beloved

Rabbeinu Nissim ben Reuven z”l (“Ran”; Gerona, Spain; 1320-1376) writes: When one wants to direct a person who has strayed back onto the proper path, there are two ways t...

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MK Steinitz: “No One Has Authority to Threaten Israel”

MK Steinitz: “No One Has Authority to Threaten Israel”

Congress' criticism of Iran deal due to serious flaws in agreement, Israeli minister asserts, blasting US Sec. of State for blaming Israel.

Energy and Water Minister Yuval...

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Ashdod Lures Tourists With Fun, Sun & History

Ashdod Lures Tourists With Fun, Sun & History

Already done Tel Aviv? Look south to Ashdod for your next Israel beach vacation with options for sports, leisure, music and archeological explorations.

The port of Ashdod ...

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UK PM Cameron Delivers Landmark Speech on Islamism

UK PM Cameron Delivers Landmark Speech on Islamism

In a first for a Western country, the UK leader clearly named the problem of Islamist extremism as distinct from, but related to, Islam.

UK Prime Minister David Cameron ga...

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Former Jewish NBA Player Returns to Play in Israel

Former Jewish NBA Player Returns to Play in Israel

Former NBA Jewish point guard Jordan Farmar is headed back to Israel to play for the Maccabi Tel Aviv. Farmar played for the Clippers, Nets, and won 2 championships as a ...

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Red Heifer Project Part of Path from ‘Mourning to Building’ Temple

Red Heifer Project Part of Path from ‘Mourning to Building’ Temple

What weighs 400 pounds, is necessary for the coming of the Third Temple, hasn’t been seen in 2,000 years, and is completely red?

If you guessed “para aduma,” or the red he...

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How New York Leads on Criminal-Justice Reform

How New York Leads on Criminal-Justice Reform

President Obama spoke to the nation Wednesday, July 15, about a problem facing all citizens — the continued lack of confidence in our criminal-justice system. The issue i...

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George Zimmerman Injured in Florida Road-Rage Shooting Incident

George Zimmerman Injured in Florida Road-Rage Shooting Incident

On Monday, May 11, George Zimmerman, who was acquitted of murder charges in the 2012 shooting death of an unarmed black teenager in Florida, suffered a minor wound after ...

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Pirkei Avos – Laughing in the Face of Reality (Chapter 3, Mishna 3)

Pirkei Avos –  Laughing in the Face of Reality (Chapter 3, Mishna 3)

"Rabbi Chanina ben (son of) Tradyon said, if two people sit together and do not share words of Torah between them, it is a company of scorners, as the verse states, 'In t...

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Boehner: Clinton’s ‘Poor Judgment’ Has Compromised ‘National Security’

Boehner: Clinton’s ‘Poor Judgment’ Has Compromised ‘National Security’

House Speaker John Boehner (R., Ohio) demanded last week that Hillary Clinton hand over her email server “immediately” in light of reports that two inspectors general hav...

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