The most perfect poet of Jewish yearning died this week, 100 years ago

The son of poor Russian Jewish immigrants to Britain, and one of WWI's most astute yet under-recognized war poets, Isaac ...
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Israeli man fined for urinating on memorial at Auschwitz

The 19-year-old man was released after being questioned by Polish police for several hours ...
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Pacific plastic dump far larger than feared: study

The vast dump of plastic waste swirling in the Pacific ocean is now bigger than France, Germany and Spain combined ...
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‘We can push out the Iranians’

Capping off first visit to Africa by an Israeli defense minister in decades, Avigdor Liberman says newfound cooperation helps combat ...
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Democrats accuse Ben Carson of misleading public and hiring cronies

Ben Carson testifies before a Senate banking committee hearing on Thursday. Ben Carson was accused by Democrats on Thursday of ...
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ADL: Islamophobia goes hand in hand with anti-Semitism

Arutz Sheva speaks with ADL's Sharon Nazarian about anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, and the situation in Europe and the US.

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Illinois risks rating cut to junk even with budget: Moody's

Illinois risks rating cut to junk even with budget: Moody'sBy Dave McKinney and Karen Pierog CHICAGO (Reuters) – Even if Illinois’ House of Representatives takes action to enact a new budget on Thursday, the state still risks a downgrade in its credit rating to junk, Moody’s Investors Service warned on Wednesday. The Democratic-controlled House on Thursday will attempt to overturn Republican Governor Bruce Rauner’s vetoes of spending and tax increase measures aimed at ending the state’s unprecedented two-year budget impasse. Moody’s said it placed Illinois’ Baa3 rating, which is one step above the junk level, on review for a possible downgrade.

New Hampshire secretary of state defends voter info request

New Hampshire secretary of state defends voter info requestCONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire voters put down their sparklers and picked up their phones on Independence Day to protest their personal information being sent to President Donald Trump's commission on voter fraud. And for more than six hours, Secretary of State Bill Gardner himself fielded the calls, often from people who didn't realize who they had reached.