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Donald Trump’s campaign has vowed not to talk about her anymore. Many pundits have written her off entirely. But Nikki Haley is still campaigning across the country — and plenty

By Rabbi Yair Hoffman A young lady ordered a dress, a pink one at Bloomingdales online.  It was 70% off.  But can she wear it? What about covering the dress

FBI agents conducted a raid on the Bronx home of Winnie Greco, a top aide to Mayor Eric Adams, on Thursday. Greco is already under investigation by the city Department

A new Bloomberg News/Morning Consult survey finds former President Donald Trump is ahead of President Joe Biden in seven critical battleground states, with a significant portion of voters expressing concerns

An inflation gauge favored by the Federal Reserve increased in January, the latest sign that the slowdown in U.S. consumer price increases is occurring unevenly from month to month. The

Early estimates suggest flu shots are performing OK in the current U.S. winter flu season. The vaccines were around 40% effective in preventing adults from getting sick enough from the

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has is defending sanctuary city policies and attacking Mayor Eric Adams’ proposal to modify New York City’s stance on limiting cooperation with federal immigration authorities. The Mayor’s

There is growing concern among US intelligence officials and senior Biden administration officials that Israel is preparing to launch a war against Hezbollah in Lebanon in the coming months, CNN

Hamas leaders abroad met earlier this month in Qatar over concerns that the terror group was being trounced by the IDF in Gaza. But then, the Wall Street Journal reported,

On July 18, 1994, an explosion destroyed the Buenos Aires headquarters of the Argentine-Israelite Mutual Association, a Jewish community center. The worst such attack in the history of Argentina left

This Tuesday was the second installment in Agudah’s three-part advocacy mission to Albany. This week’s mission consisted of delegates from Queens and Long Island who traveled to meet with their

Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed Thursday to fulfill Moscow’s goals in Ukraine and sternly warned the West against deeper involvement in the fighting, saying that such a move is fraught

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said Britain is descending into “mob rule” because of the pressures created by protests against the Israel-Hamas war. Sunak told a meeting of police leaders on

A federal judge on Thursday blocked a new Texas law that would give police broad powers to arrest migrants suspected of illegally entering the U.S., dealing a victory to the

A Russian rocket on Thursday successfully put an Iranian satellite into orbit, a launch that underlined increasingly close cooperation between Moscow and Tehran. Russia’s state-run Roscosmos corporation said that a

Antisemitism would be defined in Florida law under a bill the Senate unanimously passed Wednesday after its sponsor warned that an increase in acts against Jewish people will lead to

After two false starts, the billionaires behind a plan to build an eco-friendly city from scratch are behind schedule and off to a bumpy start to put their proposal before

The second victim of the Eli terror attack on Thursday evening was identified as Uriah Hartum, z’l, a resident of the Dolev yishuv in Binyamin. Uriah, H’yd, a talmid of

The identity of one of the victims of the Eli terror attack on Thursday was revealed as HaRav Yitzchak Zeiger, H’YD, 57. HaRav Zeiger, z’l, a resident of the yishuv

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin faced pointed bipartisan criticism at a congressional hearing Thursday for his failure to promptly notify President Joe Biden and other U.S. leaders about his hospital stay

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