A Republican senator who’s among President Donald Trump’s most vocal critics within the party blamed technology for the country’s divisions during a discussion with University of Nebraska-Lincoln students this week.
Due to Suspected Vote Tampering, Likud Recounts Primary Voting Results, Changes Expected to the List for Knesset
The Likud Elections Committee ruled on Tuesday that the ballot for the party’s primary elections required a recount after several complaints of tampering were submitted.
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A former U.S. Air Force counterintelligence specialist who defected to Iran has been charged with revealing classified information to the Tehran government, including the code name and secret mission of a Pentagon program.
The newly-elected mayor of Tiveria, Kobi Ron, is R”L moving ahead with his chilul Shabbos agenda, encouraging entertainment spots and eateries to open their doors on Shabbos as he works towards running public transportation on the holy day.
In an operation aimed at apprehended illegals weapons in predominantly Arab eastern Jerusalem, Jerusalem police have apprehended two assault rifles, one with a sniper scope.
On the night between Sunday and Monday, February 10th to 11th, police detectives backed up by border police and their K9 unit, raided the homes of two Arab residents of East Jerusalem, arresting two suspects in their 30s.
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If you want to be inspired, moved by seeing how thousands of yidden and their families have been transformed by being part of an accountable limud haTorah program, watch highlights of the recent Dirshu Convention here!
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has missed a month of Supreme Court arguments as she recovers from lung cancer surgery. But she’s not the first justice to be away for a while and her absence hardly compares with those of some of her predecessors.
A New York City detective known since childhood as “Smiles” for his bright, welcoming nature died in a hail of police gunfire as officers faced off with a robbery suspect who had a fake gun and a long rap sheet that includes an arrest for pretending to be a cop, authorities said Wednesday.
A week ago, an emergency call came in to United Hatzalah’s Dispatch center regarding a man in need of medical assistance on Hamgshimim Street in Petach Tikvah. United Hatzalah volunteer EMT Shimi Ezer from Elad, was the first responder to arrive at the scene.