Watch: Kippalive performs Carlebach Kabbalat Shabbat

The perfect acapella soundtrack for your Shabbat preparations.

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Toddler And Dog Play The Cutest Game Of Fetch Over Backyard Fence

An adorable friendship is blossoming between a toddler and a dog, despite the
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40 positive days for Israel

The 40-day challenge is a new idea, but its roots are in our Torah, and it may just become a ...
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Assad’s return to Golan complicates Israel’s war with Iran

The Assad regime claims the 1974 agreement forbids the IAF from entering Syrian airspace in the Golan.

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The 24th annual walk of Tisha B’Av Eve

Jews from around the country participate in Women in Green's march in Jerusalem.

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Thirteen dead as Missouri storm sinks 'duck boat'

Divers will resume searching Table Rock Lake outside the town of Branson a day after the "Ride the Ducks" amphibious ...
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Pope visits Bolivia’s most dangerous prison

If other events on the pope’s three-nation tour of South America were joyous ones — million-strong crowds of worshippers singing and praising the pontiff — the trip to Bolivia’s most dangerous prison was arguably a humbling descent into hell. The pontiff, who specifically requested the visit to the Palmasola prison, walked slowly through a courtyard where hundreds of prisoners and their families awaited him. Back inside the penitentiary Francis exchanged hugs and kisses with prisoners.

Tunisia recovers 28 migrants’ bodies from the sea

Tunisian authorities have recovered from the sea the bodies of 28 migrants believed to have died on a clandestine voyage trying to reach Italy, a civil protection source said on Friday. The bodies were found off Ben Gardane, a coastal town near the Libyan border. Tens of thousands of migrants fleeing war and hunger in Africa and the Middle East have crossed the Mediterranean to Italy and Greece this year, with the vast majority departing from the coast of Libya.

Tributes pour in for long-serving former Saudi FM

Saudi Arabia's Prince Saud al-Faisal, who was the world's longest-serving foreign minister, has died, family members and a foreign ministry spokesman saidTributes flowed Friday following the death of Saudi Arabia's Prince Saud al-Faisal, the world's longest-serving foreign minister, credited with facing down successive regional crises and forging strong ties with the West. Prince Saud oversaw four decades of diplomacy for the world's biggest oil exporter before he retired in April for health reasons. A statement from the Royal Court just before midnight said the prince, who was born in 1940 and became one of the highest profile members of the kingdom's ruling elite, died Thursday in the United States.