$$124 fine for Chabad hasid manning Jerusalem tefillin stand

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Strike freezes construction in Judea, Samaria

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Momenta, Mylan plan trial of biosimilar to Regeneron eye drug

Momenta, Mylan plan trial of biosimilar to Regeneron eye drug(Reuters) – Momenta Pharmaceuticals Inc and Mylan NV plan to begin a pivotal clinical trial of a biosimilar to Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc’s blockbuster eye drug Eylea in the first half of this year, the two companies said on Wednesday. If successful, it would likely mark the first competition from a cheaper biosimilar of Eylea, although Regeneron says it has U.S. patent protection on the treatment until 2023. Germany’s Formycon AG is far along in testing a biosimilar to Eylea rival Lucentis from Roche.


Eric Trump’s tweet backfires: Readers react

Eric Trump’s tweet backfires: Readers react“When did we enter the Twilight Zone?” Eric Trump’s tweet about Ellen DeGeneres and the so-called #DeepState has Yahoo Newsroom readers scratching their heads — and sharing their comments.

The story started when President Trump’s son posted a screenshot of Twitter’s suggestions for accounts to follow. Among the profiles: Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and talk-show host DeGeneres, along with the image Eric tagged #DeepState. And so the backlash began. It’s unclear if Trump is suggesting they’re all part of the rumored “deep state” group, which conspiracy theorists believe is working in the shadows to undermine the president’s administration. Regardless, it has sparked thousands of comments, almost universally negative, against the first son. The ones generating the most reactions are shown in the video above.

What do you think? Funny tweet, on point, or just plain bizarre? Join the conversation in Yahoo Newsroom.