Netanyahu meets Kushner and Greenblatt

Prime Minister hosts Trump's advisers for a discussion that dealt mainly with the U.S. peace plan.

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Netanyahu on charges against Sara: “Record-breaking absurdity”

"For the first time in history, the wife of a leader is indicted over food and hot meal trays."

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Tehillim Unity Day for matchmaking ‘challenge’ goes global

Volunteer matchmakers are organizing a worldwide unity event on July 1, 2018 to arouse Divine mercy for the shidduch crisis.

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Netanyahu on Krauthammer: “we were like brothers”

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu expressed deep sorrow over the passing of pundit Charles Krauthammer.

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Michigan Woman Thought She Won $500 Lotto Prize, Later Learns It Was $1 Million

It took her two days to realize she won the top prize.
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Ex-Milwaukee police officer found not guilty in fatal shooting

Ex-Milwaukee police officer found not guilty in fatal shootingDominique Heaggan-Brown, who is also black, was charged with first-degree reckless homicide in the death of Sylville Smith, 23, following a foot chase that was captured on a police body camera. People were heard in a courtroom video stream crying and yelling after Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey Conen read the jury’s verdict. Heaggan-Brown was fired from the police force in October over unrelated sexual assault charges.


OAS nations make last-ditch effort to condemn Venezuela for crisis

OAS nations make last-ditch effort to condemn Venezuela for crisisBy Anthony Esposito CANCUN, Mexico (Reuters) – Mexico and the United States pushed on Wednesday to condemn Venezuela’s government for its handling of the political and economic crisis in the South American country, on the final day of a meeting of the Organization of American States, sources told Reuters. Foreign ministers from the 34-nation OAS bloc failed on Monday to agree on a resolution formally rebuking Venezuela, where at least 75 people have been killed in more than two months of protests. Now a group of nations, led by the United States, Mexico and regional allies, may try to include a declaration on Venezuela, tucking it into a more general resolution on human rights, according to two officials close to the closed-door talks.


Wall Street Journal sacks top reporter over ethics violations

Wall Street Journal sacks top reporter over ethics violationsThe Wall Street Journal on Wednesday fired a top correspondent over ethics violations after a news agency investigation uncovered potential business dealings with an Iranian-American businessman who was also a source. Jay Solomon, the newspaper’s chief foreign affairs correspondent and author of a book on secret deals involving Iran, “is no longer employed by The Wall Street Journal,” said a statement by the newspaper’s parent Dow Jones, a unit of News Corp.


New York governor pardons 9/11 Ground Zero worker facing deportation under Trump administration

New York governor pardons 9/11 Ground Zero worker facing deportation under Trump administrationThe governor of New York State has pardoned an undocumented immigrant who worked on to help clean up ground zero following the September 11 terrorist attacks in order to help him fight deportation proceedings. Andrew Cuomo’s pardon regards a 1990 conviction for attempting to sell a controlled substance. After the 1990 conviction, Carlos Cardona helped with recovery work after two planes flew into the World Trade Center in lower Manhattan in what was the deadliest terror attack on US soil.