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There will be an extra pick up for regular refuse and recycling on Monday, April 22. Sanitation asks that the community begin placement of any extra Passover related material beginning

Boro Park, Brooklyn – Last week, Community Board 12 met with the offices of the Mayor, Borough President and Attorney General, New York City’s Fire, Sanitation, Transportation and Police Departments,

The US Air Force has quietly deployed a new weapon capable of destroying the electronics of Iran’s nuclear facilities without causing any fatalities, the Daily Mail reports. The Counter-Electronics High

The most significant case in decades on homelessness has reached the Supreme Court as record numbers of people in America are without a permanent place to live. The justices on

Two terrorists attempted to attack IDF soldiers at the Beit Einum junction near Chevron on Sunday morning. One terrorist attempted to stab the soldiers while the other terrorist simultaneously opened

The New York State Legislature on Friday came to an agreement with Governor Hochul on a budget for 2024-25. The budget contains several significant gains for the families of New

Hamas is reportedly exploring options for relocating its political headquarters from Qatar, as it faces increasing pressure to reach a hostage-release agreement. According to The Wall Street Journal, the group

The House passed legislation Saturday that would ban TikTok in the United States if the popular social media platform’s China-based owner doesn’t sell its stake within a year, but don’t

During an appearance on the “Democracy Docket” podcast on Friday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made some outrageous remarks. Speaking with host Marc Elias, a Democratic election lawyer and

Secretary of State Antony Blinken will travel to China this coming week as Washington and Beijing try to keep ties on an even keel despite major differences on issues from

President Joe Biden on Saturday signed legislation reauthorizing a key U.S. surveillance law after divisions over whether the FBI should be restricted from using the program to search for Americans’

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has announced intentions to reassess relations with the United States following the U.S. veto of the Palestinian bid for full membership in the United Nations.

The House swiftly approved $95 billion in foreign aid for Ukraine, Israel and other U.S. allies in a rare Saturday session as Democrats and Republicans banded together after months of

Angels in Orange contains incredible stories of emunah, hashgachah, miracles and courage as more than 1,700 United Hatzalah volunteers rescued and treated the wounded on Simchas Torah, October 7th, 2023. Bestselling author Rabbi Nachman

The Biden administration is expected to impose sanctions on the Israeli Defense Force’s Netzach Yehuda battalion, accusing it of human rights violations against Palestinians in the West Bank, according to

About 1,300 people have fled from eastern Myanmar into Thailand, officials said Saturday, as fresh fighting erupted at a border town that has recently been captured by ethnic guerillas. Fighters

Israel’s attack on Iran was carried out with at least one missile fired from a fighter jet in addition to drones and was more advanced than initially reported, The New

A Nigerian chess champion and child education advocate is attempting to play chess nonstop for 58 hours in New York City’s Times Square to break the global record for the

Apple said it had removed Meta’s WhatsApp messaging app and its Threads social media app from the App Store in China to comply with orders from Chinese authorities. The apps

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