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Although the double envelopes in Tuesday’s municipal elections haven’t been fully counted yet as of Wednesday, the interim results allowed many wins to be called by midday. In Jerusalem, incumbent

Prominent Palestinian writer and activist Mohammed El-Kurd is facing ridicule and backlash after moaning and whining that you can’t hijack planes or throw Molotov cocktails without people coming after you.

As he prepared to take office three years ago, Joe Biden’s incoming administration considered a host of possible options to fulfill a campaign pledge to end the federal death penalty.

At the Orangetown Democratic Committee meeting this Tuesday, Rockland County Legislator Aron Wieder declared his candidacy for the New York State Assembly’s 97th District, emphasizing his dedication to community representation.

by Rabbi Yair Hoffman Yesterday, a Bais Yaakov high school was addressed by Holocaust survivor Mrs. Blanche Fixler of Kew Gardens.  Mrs. Fixler’s grand-daughter arranged for the speech.  Mrs. Fixler

A moon lander that ended up on its side managed to beam back more pictures, with only hours remaining before it dies. Intuitive Machines posted new photos of the moon’s

French President Emmanuel Macron said Monday that sending Western troops on the ground in Ukraine is not “ruled out” in the future after the issue was debated at a gathering

Two IDF has announced that two soldiers were R”L killed in battle in Gaza on Tuesday, and an additional seven others were seriously wounded. The two soldiers have been identified

While Joe Biden and Donald Trump are marching steadily toward their respective presidential nominations, Michigan’s primary on Tuesday could reveal significant political perils for both of them. Trump, despite his

The IDF says it carried out a series of strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza yesterday, including a command center and a rocket launcher used to carry out a rocket

The U.S. Army is slashing the size of its force by about 24,000, or almost 5%, and restructuring to be better able to fight the next major war, as the

A new Rasmussen Reports poll has found that former President Donald Trump is leading President Joe Biden in a head-to-head matchup by six points, 47% to 41%, with 9% supporting

Congressional leaders emerged from an “intense” Oval Office meeting with President Joe Biden on Tuesday speaking optimistically about the prospects for avoiding a partial government shutdown, but with new uncertainty

The Harlem Globetrotters will lead a national public awareness campaign on the link between nutrition and physical activity. Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina will make nutrition coaching and

Seven talmidim of the Yeshivat Hesder HaGolan were injured in an explosion of a booby-trapped tunnel shaft in Gaza on Tuesday morning. The seven serve as combat soldiers in the

In California, a high school teacher complains that students watch Netflix on their phones during class. In Maryland, a chemistry teacher says students use gambling apps to place bets during


The Supreme Court cast doubt Monday on state laws that could affect how Facebook, TikTok, X, YouTube and other social media platforms regulate content posted by their users. The cases

A veteran human rights campaigner who criticized the war in Ukraine was convicted Tuesday by a Moscow court of “repeatedly discrediting” the Russian military and sentenced to 2½ years in

US Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib voted “uncommitted” in the Democratic presidential primary election in Michigan, instead of supporting President Joe Biden. Tlaib, a Palestinian-American lawmaker and vocal critic of Israel and

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