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A powerful winter storm was dumping deep snow in parts of the West on Monday and much of the central U.S. was unseasonably warm: People played golf in Wisconsin and

The political consultant behind a robocall that mimicked President Joe Biden’s voice said Monday he was trying to send a wake-up call about the potential malign uses of artificial intelligence,

In the first municipal elections in Israel taking place amid a war, polling stations for municipal elections opened at 7 a.m. across the country, including hundreds of stations on military

The Hezbollah terror group on Tuesday morning launched a barrage of rockets at northern Israel, spurring sirens in a number of communities near and in Har Meron. About 35 rockets

Financier and philanthropist Jacob Rothschild, of the renowned Rothschild banking dynasty, has died at 87, his family said Monday. Rothschild began his career in the family bank, NM Rothschild &

The Supreme Court cast doubt Monday on state laws that could affect how Facebook, TikTok, X, YouTube and other social media platforms regulate content posted by their users. The cases

Donald Trump appears close to invincible in the Republican primaries and caucuses, but despite his commanding victories, the front-runner’s strength among general election voters remains unclear. AP VoteCast shows that

A former FBI informant charged with fabricating a multimillion-dollar bribery scheme involving President Joe Biden’s family must remain behind bars while he awaits trial, a judge ruled Monday, reversing an

A private U.S. lunar lander is expected to stop working Tuesday, its mission cut short after landing sideways near the south pole of the moon. Intuitive Machines, the Houston company

The chairman of the New Hope party, Gideon Sa’ar, a long-time nemesis of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, said on Monday that he no longer supports a boycott of the prime

Yisrael Beytenu chairman Avigdor Liberman has accused Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government of “complete cynicism” for attempting to extend mandatory and reserve military service while keeping Charedim exempt from the

Hungary’s parliament voted Monday to ratify Sweden’s bid to join NATO, bringing an end to more than 18 months of delays that have frustrated the alliance as it seeks to

Renowned Jewish comedian Jerry Seinfeld was met with protests from pro-Palestinian demonstrators as he exited a Jewish event at the 92nd Street Y community center in New York City. The

President Joe Biden said Monday that he hopes a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas that would pause hostilities and allow for remaining hostages to be released can take effect by

The Federal Trade Commission sued to block a proposed merger between grocery giants Kroger and Albertsons, saying the $24.6 billion deal would eliminate competition and lead to higher prices for

President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump will make dueling trips to the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas on Thursday after congressional talks on a deal to rein in illegal

Greece Monday formally agreed to participate in and lead a European Union maritime security operation in the Red Sea to protect commercial shipping from attacks by Houthi militants in Yemen.

IDF soldier Ori Magidish, who was rescued from captivity in Gaza in an IDF operation in early November, met with philanthropists from the US on Thursday and spoke about what

An older U.S. couple whose catamaran was hijacked last week in the Caribbean by three escaped prisoners were likely thrown into the ocean and died, police in Grenada said Monday.

The High Court of Justice has issued a directive to the Israeli government demanding an explanation for a resolution passed in June 2023 which exempts Charedi yeshiva students from military

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