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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World Cup 2018: Footballer’s hair ‘too wild’ for Iranian TV

Ex-Barcelona star Carles Puyol was due to be a World Cup pundit in Iran but was barred from the studio ...
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US asks Russia's RT to register as 'foreign agent'

US asks Russia's RT to register as 'foreign agent'The US Justice Department has asked Russian broadcaster RT to register its American operations as a “foreign agent,” putting fresh pressure on a major media group that Washington regards as Moscow’s propaganda arm. RT said late Monday that the company that supplies all the services for its RT America channel was told by the DOJ in a letter that it is obligated to register under the Foreign Agents Registration Act, an act aimed at lobbyists and lawyers representing foreign political interests. RT is “consulting with our lawyers and are reviewing the request,” the broadcaster’s spokeswoman Anna Belkina told AFP on Tuesday.

This Kickstarter project could help audit energy usage in your home

This Kickstarter project could help audit energy usage in your homeJust to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. So you want to help the environment, you want to take control of your energy usage, heck, you might even be your home’s own light switch police — but where do you start? You know cutting back on energy usage is part of the solution, but it's hard to know just which things to unplug. A few tech-savvy individuals are looking to tackle this very issue, and have whipped up a Kickstarter project that could help you visual your energy usage more easily.    Glow is a tabletop energy audit device that promises to instantly display your home's energy usage, with the help of a simple sensor that gets place above your electric meter. And you can say goodbye to attempting to read tiny numbers on the box’s screen – Glow uses beautiful color lighting to instantly show how much energy you’re using.  SEE ALSO: Take your love of the environment to work with these 11 products Because color is one of the simplest and fastest ways to communicate, the entire family can pick up Glow’s message instantly. The colors show measurements in real time, ranging from a cool green when energy usage is in check, to a warm yellow and red when usage spikes.  You can also program Glow to help keep electricity bills where they need to be, by setting a budget in the app so it can alert you when you're usage is getting close to your threshold. Although we're not so sure how we feel about plugging in
another device in the name of using
energy, the idea behind Glow is certainly cool. Is Glow an energy tracker or a sweet decoration? The answer could be both. Image: Glow: The smart home energy tracker See Details

US Virgin Islands refusing entry to non-American Irma evacuees, survivors say

US Virgin Islands refusing entry to non-American Irma evacuees, survivors sayBritish army commandos and local residents take part in recovery efforts after Hurricane Irma passed Tortola, in the British Virgin Islands. The US government is turning away people trying to flee the hurricane-devastated British Virgin Islands for the nearby US Virgin Islands unless they are American citizens, refusing even those with US visitor visas, storm survivors have told the Guardian.

Rich donor's girlfriends testify at Menendez bribery trial

Rich donor's girlfriends testify at Menendez bribery trialNEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Prosecutors in the corruption trial of U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez and a wealthy donor put two of the donor's reputed former girlfriends on the witness stand Tuesday in an attempt to put Menendez's efforts to smooth their visa applications into the context of a larger bribery scheme, with mixed results.