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The International Monetary Fund has upgraded its outlook for the global economy this year, saying the world appears headed for a “soft landing” — reining in inflation without much economic

Lee Zeldin, the 2022 Republican gubernatorial candidate in New York, says he is willing to serve in a potential Trump White House if the former president is re-elected. “I’m not

A survey conducted by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has revealed a disturbing trend in antisemitic incidents in the United States, with a record 8,873 incidents reported in 2023. This marks

Tragedy struck the Williamsburg Jewish community on Tuesday, as word spread of the tragic Petira of a young girl. Yita Wertzberger A”H, 10-years-old, was struck by a vehicle on Wallabout

British lawmakers will on Tuesday debate and vote on the government’s plans to introduce a landmark smoking ban that aims to stop young people from ever smoking. The bill, a

A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows a significant increase in measles cases in the United States during the first quarter of 2024. According

Nearly three weeks since Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed under the impact of a wayward cargo ship, crews are using the largest crane on the Eastern Seaboard to haul

Yesterday, EL AL Israel Airlines operated its inaugural flight on its 787 Dreamliner aircraft from Ft. Lauderdale to Tel Aviv. This new, non-stop service between Fort Lauderdale – Hollywood International

The Supreme Court on Tuesday is taking up the first of two cases that could affect the criminal prosecution of former President Donald Trump for his efforts to overturn his

A two-year-old infant is in critical condition after being left in a hot car for hours in the city of Beitar Illit on Tuesday. The child is now in serious

Iran closed its nuclear facilities due to “security concerns” following its attack on Israel overnight Motzei Shabbos, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Rafael Grossi, said, AFP

The White House on Monday rejected a long-shot effort from House Republicans to get President Joe Biden to testify before lawmakers in the GOP’s stalled impeachment inquiry. In a letter

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin spoke with China’s national defense minister Tuesday morning, in the latest in a series of U.S. steps to improve communications with the Chinese military and reduce

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen warned Tuesday of potential global economic damage from rising tensions in the Middle East and pledged that the U.S. and its allies won’t hesitate to use

The IDF on Tuesday said it assassinated a top Hezbollah commander, Ismail Yousef Baz, in the town of Ain Baal, near Tyre, Lebanon. Baz was a senior and veteran official

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul announced the framework of a $237 billion budget that includes broad plans to drive new housing construction, address the influx of migrants and crack down

North Korea is putting surveillance cameras in schools and workplaces and collecting fingerprints, photographs and other biometric information from its citizens in a technology-driven push to monitor its population even

President Joe Biden returns to his childhood hometown of Scranton on Tuesday to open three straight days of campaigning in Pennsylvania, capitalizing on the opportunity to work the battleground state

After several difficult years, the Army and Air Force say they are on track to meet their recruiting goals this year, reversing previous shortfalls using a swath of new programs

House Speaker Mike Johnson says he is sending impeachment charges against Alejandro Mayorkas to the Senate on Tuesday, forcing senators to convene a trial on the allegations that the Homeland

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