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You didn’t think summer travel would be easy, did you? Highways and airports are likely to be jammed the next few days as Americans head out for Memorial Day weekend

Get ready for what nearly all the experts think will be one of the busiest Atlantic hurricane seasons on record, thanks to unprecedented ocean heat and a brewing La Nina.

The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell last week as layoffs remained historically low despite the Federal Reserve’s efforts to loosen the labor market. Jobless claims for the

The average rate on a 30-year mortgage dipped this week to just below 7% for the first time since mid April, a modest boost for home shoppers navigating a housing

The Federal Communications Commission has issued a $6 million fine against a political consultant who sent AI-generated robocalls mimicking President Joe Biden’s voice to voters ahead of New Hampshire’s presidential

Senators Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson have accused the Obama Administration’s State Department of preventing the FBI from arresting individuals connected to Iran’s illicit nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs,

Marjorie Fiterman, 102, and Bernie Littman, 100, got married this Sunday at their senior living facility. The couple, who first met nearly a decade ago, has a combined age of

Senate Democrats are trying for a second time to push ahead with a bill to clamp down the number of migrants allowed to claim asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border as

Former National Security Advisor John Bolton spoke to several media outlets following the unprecedented announcement by the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) that he is filing arrest

A New York City Nakba Day rally held in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, quickly turned into an antisemitic mob, with noted antisemite and pro-Palestine activist Nerdeen Kiswani leading the group with

The collapse of a stage in heavy winds at a campaign rally in northern Mexico has killed at least nine people, including a child, and injured 121, the governor of

by Rabbi Yair Hoffman There is major excitement in the air throughout the Yom Tov of Sukkos.  The highlight, of course, is making a blessing on the Lulav and Esrog. 

A Rasmussen Reports survey has found that a majority of likely voters in the upcoming presidential election support deporting all illegal immigrants from the United States, rather than granting them

Consumers are increasingly struggling to pay their credit card bills, raising concerns about severe delinquencies spiraling and sapping consumer spending. The share of credit card debt that’s more than 90

Leader and Innovator in Healthcare Industry Pays it Forward with Scholarships to Help Touro Students Succeed Morris Oiring, founder of the Oiring Group and long-time COO of Pleet Homecare, will

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