Survey: Bloomberg Slightly More Popular Following Blizzard Disaster

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s job rating took a major hit in the aftermath of the post-Christmas blizzard, but he is starting to recover, according...

ASK OU In Boro Park Reveals Deep Kashrus Interest & Achdus

It has become evident that when the OU Kashrus Department visits Orthodox communities through its Harry H. Beren ASK OU Outreach program, the reaction...

Verizon Stops Taking iPhone Orders After Selling All Its Supplies

Verizon Wireless, the biggest U.S. wireless carrier, sold through its initial inventory of Apple Inc. iPhones in less than a day after starting to...

Tragedy In Eretz Yisroel: 12-Year-Old Child Killed In MVA

A vehicle carrying a Charedi family from Yerushalayim to Teveria, has overturned, leaving their 12-year-old son R"L dead, and 6 others injured, YWN Israel...

PHOTOS: Lakewood Names Street Section In Honor Of Slain Officer

The Township Committee on Thursday named the section of Third Street along the entrance to the township police department in honor of slain Officer...

Iran Declares Victory: Riots Sign Of Islamic Awakening

Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, says recent anti-government riots in Tunisia and Egypt are "a sign of the awakening of Islam inspired by...

Op-Ed: The Carter Moment: Where Obama Went Wrong

Ever since Barack Obama announced his intentions to run for US president, he was seen as a mere effigy of former President Jimmy Carter....

OU Commends NJ Assembly Commerce Committee Vote on Opportunity Scholarships

Today, the New Jersey Assembly Commerce & Economic Development Committee voted 5-0 to support A.2810, the Opportunity Scholarship Act, which would establish a pilot...

NYS Sues Online Cigarette Sites, Saying They Evade Hundreds Of Million Of Dollars In...

State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is suing six Web-site operators, accusing them of illegally selling cigarettes to New Yorkers and costing the state hundreds...

Virginia AG Urges Supreme Court to Hear Health Law Challenge Now

Virginia's attorney general has asked the Supreme Court to fast-track his state's legal challenge to the federal health care overhaul, saying state governments and...

Some 43 Million Use Food Stamps

Nearly a year and a half into the economic recovery, some 43.6 million Americans continued to rely on food stamps in November. More than 14%...

Senate Passes Resolution Calling On Mubarak To Begin Transfer Of Power

The Senate tonight passed a bipartisan resolution from a pair of influential lawmakers calling on Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to immediately start transferring power to...

Flight Cancellations Top 16,000 Since Monday

The worst of the winter storm that slammed the United States this week may have passed, but flights remained a mess across much of...

JPMorgan Hid Doubts On Madoff, Documents Suggest

Senior executives at JPMorgan Chase expressed serious doubts about the legitimacy of Bernard L. Madoff’s investment business more than 18 months before his Ponzi...

ABC Scores First Interview With Mubarak: Blames Brotherhood, Fed Up With Being President

Christiane Amanpour of ABC News just posted the following on ABC: I've just left the presidential palace in Cairo where I met for about 30...

Ohio: Judge Commanded To Remove Ten Commandments Poster

A federal appeals court has upheld a lower court ruling that found an Ohio judge's courtroom display of the Ten Commandments unconstitutional. The 6th U.S....

Al Gore Explains ‘Snowmageddon’

If the planet is warming, why is a third of America locked in a deep freeze, with record-low temperatures as far south as the...

Op-Ed: The Gipper’s Gift: A Pro-Israel GOP

As America marks the 100th anniversary of Ronald Reagan’s birth, we will be remembering one of our country’s greatest leaders with speeches, tributes and...

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