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It felt like a family reunion. Thousands of women were hugging, waving to friends and snapping pictures in every part of the newly renovated Pier 12 Brooklyn Cruise Terminal at the Sunday-night gala banquet of the International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Women Emissaries (Kinus Hashluchos).
The annual dinner event, which featured speakers, live music and inspirational stories from women serving Jewish communities around the world, wrapped up a long weekend of learning, socializing, praying and recharging in Brooklyn, N.Y., for emissaries, lay leaders and guests.
Chani Shemtov, co-director of Chabad at the University of Illinois at for the past nine years with her husband, Rabbi Bentzion Shemtov, served as the evening’s MC
Hillary Clinton and actress-comedian Kate McKinnon - who has impersonated the former presidential candidate on "SNL" - were spotted at dinner in New York City this week.
The New York Post reports that the pair dined at Orso near Broadway before going to see Glenn Close in "Sunset Boulevard."
According to Page Six, laughter was heard coming from the table and at one point, a diner jokingly shouted out "lock him up!"
Just a few weeks ago, Bill and Hillary Clinton were greeted by raucous
President Donald Trump named a new national security adviser Monday, picking Army Lieutenant General H.R. McMaster, a military strategist who has spent his entire career in the U.S. armed forces.
Trump called the 54-year-old McMaster “a man of tremendous talent and tremendous experience.”
The president, making the announcement from his Florida retreat Mar-a-Lago along the Atlantic Ocean, said that retired Army Lieutenant General Keith Kellogg, who had been his acting adviser, will now serve
Whoever leaked intelligence about former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's conversation with a Russian official could face decades of jail time if discovered.
Flynn was asked to resign as President Trump's national security adviser after he did not provide complete information about a phone conversation he had in December with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. The retired three-star general spoke to the ambassador about U.S. sanctions shortly after former President Barack Obama
While a tussle between an Orthodox Jewish journalist and President Donald Trump at the president’s first full question and answer session with the press since the inauguration drew criticism from establishment Jewish organizations and Jewish Democratic lawmakers, the man at the center of the controversy says such efforts to smear Trump are utterly fallacious.
Jake Turx, a correspondent for the Ami magazine, questioned the president regarding the recent rise in anti-Semitism at Thursday’s press