Close to a month after breaking away from Bayit Yehudi and announcing the formation of his New Right party, Minister Naftali Bennet breaks his silence on Wednesday, speaking to Ynet regarding his future and the April 9, 2019 Knesset election.
Who was Batya? What made her so special that over 30 years later, she is still a household name?
Batya was a young woman full of simcha; full of life.
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president in a defiant speech Wednesday before masses of anti-government demonstrators who took to the streets to demand President Nicolas Maduro’s resignation.
A powerful House committee now led by Democrats is opening an investigation into how security clearances have been handled in President Donald Trump’s White House and 2016 presidential transition.
The inquiry by the House Oversight and Reform Committee, announced Wednesday, takes direct aim at some of those closest to the president over the past two years, including former national security adviser Michael Flynn, Trump son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner and former White House aide Rob Porter.
History was made in Toms River on a freezing Sunday night when the Liska Rebbe conducted the Tu B’shvat Tish at the home of Reb Shloimy Erenthal as it was the first Chasidisha Tish to take place in Tom River.
On Tuesday, testing took place towards certifying the new heliport at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem, which included the use of air force helicopters.
The new heliport will service military choppers and rescue teams in times of emergency.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday he intends to deliver his State of the Union speech to a joint session of Congress next week, dismissing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s argument that adequate security can’t be provided during the partial government shutdown.
A Jerusalem district police spokesman reported on Wednesday that an elderly woman was beaten and robbed in her home. The assailants fled the scene and police have arrested four suspects in the case.
I’m stuck between a rock and a very hard place. Writing this letter means exposing parts of my life that are very sensitive, private, and triggering to talk about. On the other hand, speaking up may help alleviate another person’s pain.
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According to a United Hatzalah Northern District report, there were eight light casualties in a fire that broke out in Tiveria on Wednesday morning.
About five months ago, Yossi Gal, 64, a resident of Tomer village in the Jordan Valley, collapsed in his home after suffering a severe heart attack and was in real mortal danger.
Shlomo (Momo) Felber a former Director-General of the Ministry of Communications, and who signed a state witness agreement in the 4000 Case against Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, will be providing digital services for the New Right party headed by Naftali Bennet and Ayelet Shaked, Walla News reports.
After Israel earlier this week confirmed the Israel Air Force (IAF) bombed Iranian targets in Syria, Syria’s Ambassador to the United Nations Bashar Jafari on Tuesday warned that his country would attack Ben-Gurion International Airport with the help of Tehran’s allies if Israel does not halt bomb targets in Syria.
A seriously injured car crash victim was flown to Israel from Ukraine on a special flight, and is now hospitalized – and in need of Rachmei Shomayim.
Yitzchak, 31, a resident of Bnei Brak, is the chossid who was seriously injured last week in Ukraine while visiting Kivrei Avos when the vehicle he was traveling in slipped on the ice, overturning multiple times, as reported by YWN-Israel.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority has suspended L train service between Brooklyn and Manhattan because of a water main break.
The MTA says in a series of tweets that a water main break on the street level between 6th and 8th avenues prompted the service shutdown.
First-of-its-kind device powered by ZMAN Technologies is 100percent compliant
with Jewish Shabbos laws.
After years of development, GE Appliances recently launched the first 100percent compliant refrigeration solution for the hundreds of thousands of Orthodox Jews who follow Jewish laws pertaining to Shabbos.
A decade after discovering natural gas fields off its Mediterranean coast, Israel is starting to feel the geopolitical boost.
Its newfound riches have fostered economic bonds with its neighbors, tightening relations with Arab allies, and built new bridges in a historically hostile region — even without significant progress being made toward peace with the Palestinians.
“Medicare-for-all” makes a good first impression, but support plunges when people are asked if they’d pay higher taxes or put up with treatment delays to get it.
The survey, released Wednesday by the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation, comes as Democratic presidential hopefuls embrace the idea of a government-run health care system, considered outside the mainstream of their party until Vermont independent Sen.