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A massive missile and drone attack destroyed one of Ukraine’s largest power plants and damaged others, officials said Thursday, part of a renewed Russian campaign targeting energy infrastructure. The Trypilska

The man accused of starting a fire outside U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders’ Vermont office a week ago has had past brushes with the law involving guns and a history of

Iran has conveyed to the United States through diplomatic channels that it will respond to the alleged Israeli attack on its embassy in Syria in a “controlled” and “non-escalatory” manner.

Measles outbreaks in the U.S. and abroad are raising health experts’ concern about the preventable, once-common childhood virus. One of the world’s most contagious diseases, measles can lead to potentially

U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez and his wife will be tried separately on allegations that they participated in a bribery scheme, a federal judge ruled Thursday after Nadine Menendez’s lawyers argued

Powerful storms rumbled over parts of the U.S. Southeast Thursday, prompting a few tornado warnings, causing flash flooding, and delaying the start of one of the world’s biggest sporting events,

People look forward to Shabbos as a day to daven in shul and enjoy the company of other community members. Unfortunately, there are people with mobility issues who are housebound

Abraham Foxman, the former head of the Anti-Defamation League and a longtime supporter of President Joe Biden, blasted the president’s constant critiques of Israel and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. In

Shop for a home now or hold out for the possibility of lower mortgage rates? That question is confronting many home shoppers this spring homebuying season. Lower rates give home

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida addressed U.S. lawmakers at the Capitol on Thursday, urging them to consider the importance of global commitments at a time of tension in the Asia-Pacific

Fewer Americans applied for jobless benefits last week as the labor market continues to thrive despite the Federal Reserve’s efforts to cool it. The Labor Department reported Thursday that filings

Ten Jewish students have filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against Cooper Union, alleging that the school failed to protect them and their classmates from antisemitism. The complaint, filed in

According to unnamed sources in Jerusalem cited by Channel 12 news, Hamas’s Gaza chief Yahya Sinwar is delaying his response to the current hostage-truce proposal in the hopes that Iran

The Arizona Legislature devolved into shouts of “Shame! Shame!” on Wednesday as Republican lawmakers quickly shut down discussion on a proposed repeal of the state’s newly revived 1864 law that

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