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Aviad Gezbar, the owner of Chummus Eliyahu at the gas station in Eli, was on a break from reserve duty in Khan Younis, when he again found himself facing a

The biggest day of this year’s primary campaign is approaching as 16 states vote in contests known as Super Tuesday. The elections are a crucial moment for President Joe Biden

On Wednesday afternoon, February 28th, Lakewood witnessed a significant leap forward in its commitment to public safety. In a momentous event attended by the Ocean County Prosecutor, New Jersey State

Embarking on a new chapter in life involves finding the perfect place to call home, and San Antonio extends a warm welcome with open arms. Beyond its rich history and

As Russia makes battlefield advances and Ukrainian soldiers run short on ammunition, U.S. adults have become fractured along party lines in their support for sending military aid to Kyiv, according

A shooting attack took place at a gas station in the yishuv of Eli in Binyamin late Thursday afternoon. The attack left two Israelis murdered. Their identities have not been

When New Jersey first lady Tammy Murphy walked up to Rep. Andy Kim last weekend to congratulate him with a handshake after his third consecutive win in his bid for

Hanna Sonigo was already six months into her nursing program at Touro University when something happened that truly cemented her decision to become a nurse: While driving home, she witnessed

Idaho halted the execution of serial killer Thomas Eugene Creech on Wednesday after medical team members repeatedly failed to find a vein where they could establish an intravenous line to

Hunter Biden was defiant Wednesday in a closed-door deposition on Capitol Hill, blasting a Republican impeachment inquiry into his father and the family’s business affairs as a “house of cards”

Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar was shocked when the IDF launched a military operation deep into Gazan territory, Walla reported on Thursday, quoting senior Israeli security officials. According to the source,

A violent Gazan mob spiraled out of control on Thursday morning when humanitarian aid trucks entered the northern Gaza Strip, as Gazans looted the supplies and threatened IDF soldiers and

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul signed a new Democrat-drawn congressional map on Wednesday that gives the party a modest boost in a few battleground districts, helping their candidates in a

Senate Republicans have blocked legislation that would protect access to in vitro fertilization, objecting to a vote on the issue Wednesday even after widespread backlash to a recent ruling by

According to a report by Arabic Post on Wednesday, Iran has given Lebanese terror organization Hezbollah the go-ahead to escalate its attacks along Israel’s northern border. High-level Iranian and Lebanese

A New York appellate judge on Wednesday refused to halt collection of Donald Trump’s $454 million civil fraud penalty while he appeals, leaving the former president less than a month

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has announced that 95% of the toll readers for its controversial congestion pricing program have been installed, covering 104 of the planned 110 locations. The

Leaders of the University of California, Berkeley, have denounced a protest against an event organized by Jewish students that forced police to evacuate attendees and a speaker from Israel for

Crowds lined up in San Francisco on Wednesday to see — and smell — the blooming of an endangered tropical flower that releases a pungent odor when it opens once

by Chaim Weber When former Yahoo employees Brian Acton and Jan Koum created Whatsapp in 2009, they did not foresee the tzedakah revolution that would result. Thankfully, Whatsapp has made

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