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By Rabbi Yair Hoffman The day after Yom Tov, beginning tonight, is called Isru Chag, which literally means “bind or connect the festival.” What is it all about? Where does

A U.S. Navy submarine has arrived in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in a show of force as a fleet of Russian warships gather for planned military exercises in the Caribbean. U.S.

President Joe Biden and Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelenskyy signed a 10-year security agreement Thursday that they hailed as a milestone in relations between their countries, but that alone was not

President Joe Biden will host a White House event next week celebrating an Obama-era directive that offered deportation protections for young undocumented immigrants, as his own administration prepares potential new

by Chaim Weber Jewish mothers are professional multi-taskers. Which can lead to all sorts of interesting questions. Imagine a busy woman borrowing her neighbor’s fleishig pot to make supper. But

A 29-year-old Queens man, Judd Sanson, was arrested early Wednesday morning after a traffic stop revealed a cache of weapons and extremist materials in his vehicle, sparking fears of a

A tropical disturbance that brought a rare flash flood emergency to much of southern Florida delayed flights at two of the state’s largest airports and left vehicles waterlogged and stalled

President Joe Biden said Thursday that he will not use his presidential powers to lessen the eventual sentence that his son Hunter will receive for his federal felony conviction on

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Dick Durbin says his committee has uncovered at least three additional trips given to Justice Clarence Thomas by GOP megadonor Harlan Crow as part of the

Governor Kathy Hochul is considering reinstating a partial mask ban in New York City’s subways, specifically targeting protesters who wear masks to conceal their identities. This move comes in response

Tesla shareholders voted Thursday to restore CEO Elon Musk’s record $44.9 billion pay package that was thrown out by a Delaware judge earlier this year, sending a strong vote of

The Supreme Court unanimously upheld access to a drug used in the majority of U.S. abortions on Thursday, though abortion opponents say the ruling won’t be the last word in

Disturbing details about the abuse of the three male hostages who were rescued last Shabbos were revealed in a report by the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday and in interviews

A dead body was discovered by a civilian on Thursday morning near the Gaza border during construction work in the Sha’ar HeNegev area. The body, which was found in an

Pro-Hamas rioters occupied the Student Services Building at California State University, Los Angeles on Wednesday night with the employees still inside, including President Berenecea Johnson Eanes. The rioters, many wearing

Antisemitic vandals defaced the homes of the Jewish director of the Brooklyn Museum with red Hamas triangles early Wednesday morning. The red inverted Hamas triangles are used to indicate targets

The Hezbollah terror group in southern Lebanon continued to bombard Israel with rockets and drones on Thursday [Isru Chag] following the barrage on Wednesday, which was the largest barrage since

The Hezbollah terror group in southern Lebanon launched hundreds of rockets, anti-tank guided missiles, and suicide drones at northern Israel on Shavous (Wednesday) in the largest rocket barrage since the

A Yeshiva bochur is in critical condition after having been struck by a vehicle near Lanes Mills and Alvarado in Lakewood, Tuesday afternoon. Hatzolah paramedics responded to the scene and

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