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Month January 2020

Airbus Paying $4 Billion To End Global Corruption Probes

PARIS (AP) — U.S., British and French authorities approved an unprecedented agreement Friday with Airbus that will see the planemaker pay up to $4 billion to end years of damaging corruption investigations. All three countries called it the largest global… Continue Reading →

BREAKING VIDEO: Fire rips through Lakewood home

View this post on Instagram BREAKING: Fire rips through Lakewood home. A post shared by The Lakewood Scoop (@thelakewoodscoop) on Jan 31, 2020 at 12:17pm PST

Delaney, Longest-Running Democratic Candidate, Ends 2020 Bid

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — John Delaney, the longest-running Democratic candidate in the 2020 presidential race, is ending his campaign after pouring millions of his own money into an effort that failed to resonate with voters. The announcement, made Friday morning,… Continue Reading →

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Pompeo Plays Clean-Up In Ukraine As Trump Trial Nears End

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — As the Senate lurched toward a vote to acquit President Donald Trump on impeachment charges, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo played clean-up in the country at the center of the inquiry on Friday. Visiting Ukraine, Pompeo… Continue Reading →

PATH TO TRUMP ACQUITTAL: Murkowski Comes Out Against Impeachment Witnesses

Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski came out Friday against calling witnesses in President Trump’s impeachment trial, all but assuring the Senate will move to wrap up proceedings with a likely acquittal in a matter of days, if not hours. “Given the… Continue Reading →

Authorities Fire Shots At Intruder Vehicle Outside Mar-a-lago Ahead Of President Trump’s Arrival; 2 People In Custody

PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Authorities say officers fired shots at a vehicle that breached security Friday at President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office said two people were taken into custody…. Continue Reading →

Johnson Hails UK’s ‘New Beginning’ As Brexit Day Arrives

LONDON (AP) — Britain begins the day as a member of the European Union. Its status at the end of the day — as a proud nation that has reclaimed its sovereignty, or a diminished presence in Europe and the… Continue Reading →

Virus Rescue Flight Returns to South Korea With 18 Showing Fever

Eighteen passengers on a chartered flight from virus-stricken Wuhan to South Korea showed signs of fever after landing at Gimpo International Airport and were taken to hospitals for checks. The… Read more » The post Virus Rescue Flight Returns to… Continue Reading →

American Airlines And Delta Air Lines Suspend All Flights To And From China As Virus Spreads

NEW YORK (VINnews) – Delta and American Airlines on Friday canceled all of its China flights from Feb. 6 to April 30 in response to the coronavirus outbreak, becoming the first domestic carriers to make the move as pressure grows… Continue Reading →

Stocks Drop Amid Uncertainty Over Virus Impact; Amazon Soars

U.S. stocks fell broadly in midday trading on Friday amid ongoing uncertainty about the potential economic impact of the virus outbreak that originated in China. The World Health Organization has… Read more » The post Stocks Drop Amid Uncertainty Over… Continue Reading →

The Weekly National News Roundup | Shlomo Rudman

Impeachment Dead – The impeachment trial of President Trump in the Senate is likely to end with a whimper on Friday night in the Senate, after Democrats failed to secure enough Republican votes to call witnesses in the trial. Democrats… Continue Reading →

Former Maryland Rep. John Delaney Drops Out of Presidential Race

Former Maryland congressman John Delaney, an early entrant for the Democratic presidential nomination, said Friday he is withdrawing from the race. The former businessman — whose campaign emphasized pragmatic, bipartisan… Read more » The post Former Maryland Rep. John Delaney… Continue Reading →

Palestinians Protest Trump Plan, Gaza Militants Fire Rockets

JERUSALEM (AP) — Palestinians held demonstrations across the region Friday to protest President Donald Trump’s Middle East initiative, while militants in the Gaza Strip fired rockets and mortar rounds at Israel, drawing retaliatory strikes. The Palestinians have rejected the Trump… Continue Reading →

Israeli Baby And Her Mother Injured While Running To Shelter From Gaza Rockets

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Terrorists in the Gaza Strip launched rockets into Israel on Friday, the second straight day of rocket fire from the strip. Three rockets and three mortar rounds were launched into Israel on Friday. Israel’s Iron Dome defense… Continue Reading →

Delta, American Airlines Suspend Flights Between U.S., China

Delta Air Lines and American Airlines are suspending all flights between the U.S. and China as the coronavirus outbreak spreads. American Airlines says it is suspending flights beginning Friday through… Read more » The post Delta, American Airlines Suspend Flights… Continue Reading →

Bag With Star Of David And Soap Left Outside Swedish Holocaust Day Display

NORRKÖPING (JTA) – A bag emblazoned with a Star of David containing soap and anti-Semitic literature was left outside an exhibition about the Holocaust. For many years after World War II, rumors persisted that the Nazis used Jewish bodies to… Continue Reading →

Tomchei Shabbos Case File # 2868-1335

[COMMUNICATED]  Can you spare a few moments to share in the pain of those in pain? Can you find it in your heart to help us help them? As Lakewood, Jackson, Toms River, and Howell constantly expand, new situations come up,… Continue Reading →

Postal Workers Union With 200,000 Members Endorses Sanders

Bernie Sanders was endorsed Thursday by the 200,000-member American Postal Workers Union, an influential group that also backed the Vermont senator’s presidential bid against Hillary Clinton during the 2016 Democratic presidential primary. The union’s support is key because it promises… Continue Reading →

Facebook Fights Spread Of Misinformation About Virus Online

NEW YORK (AP) – Facebook says it’s working to limit the spread of misinformation and potentially harmful content about the coronavirus as bogus claims about the ongoing outbreak circulate online. Kang-Xing Jin, Facebook’s head of health, announced that the social… Continue Reading →

SHOCKING VIDEO: Child Run Over By Garbage Truck In Boro Park – Walks Away With Minor Inj’s

A child walking to Yeshiva in Boro Park walked away after being run over by a garbage truck on Friday morning. It happened at 8:45AM at the intersection of 9th Avenue and 49th Street. As you can see in the… Continue Reading →

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