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Lawyer: Trump Indicted; 1st Ex-president Charged With Crime

NEW YORK (AP) – A lawyer for Donald Trump said Thursday he’s been told that the former president has been indicted in New York on charges involving payments made during the 2016 presidential campaign to silence claims of an extramarital… Continue Reading →

TRUMP INDICTED: The Donald Becomes First American President to Face Criminal Charges

The New York grand jury considering possible criminal charges against former President Donald Trump related to hush money payments has formally indicted him, making him the first former president of the United States to face such charges. This is a… Continue Reading →

INDICTED: Manhattan Grand Jury Votes to Charge Donald Trump With Crimes

A grand jury in Manhattan has voted to indict former President Donald Trump over hush money payments he made during his 2016 presidential campaign to two women who were threatening to go public about his encounters with them. The indictment… Continue Reading →

MAGA 2024! Trump DOUBLES His Lead In Republican Primary And Is Up 30 Points Over DeSantis Thanks To Indictment

According to a recent national survey conducted by Fox News, former President Donald Trump has increased his lead in the Republican primary race while President Joe Biden continues to face uncertainty among Democratic primary voters. The survey asked Republican primary… Continue Reading →

9 Killed In Army Black Hawk Helicopter Crash In Kentucky

FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. (AP) — Nine people were killed in a crash involving two Army Black Hawk medical evacuation helicopters conducting a nighttime training exercise in Kentucky, Army officials said Thursday. Nondice Thurman, a spokesperson for Fort Campbell, said the… Continue Reading →

DeSantis Boasts Florida Will Soon Allow Concealed Guns Without a Permit

Florida will become the 26th state to allow people to carry concealed firearms without a permit, Gov. Ron DeSantis promised supporters Thursday in remarks the Republican delivered at a gun shop in Cobb County, Ga. His comments came as the… Continue Reading →

Lawmakers Are Again Pushing for a No-Fly List for Violent Passengers

Seeking to keep violent passengers grounded, a trio of lawmakers have again introduced legislation that would create a no-fly list for people who act up in the air. Under the measure, people who were fined for or convicted of “serious… Continue Reading →

NYC Mayor Adams Piles Onto TikTok, Reigniting Outcry Over the Kia Challenge

New York Mayor Eric Adams joined the crowd of lawmakers blaming social media for society’s ills, saying he wants to hold the platforms accountable for a growing number of car thefts in the city. Adams and New York Police Commissioner… Continue Reading →

Netanyahu Supporters Block Highway To Support Judicial Plan

TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Thousands of right-wing Israelis on Thursday blocked a main highway in Tel Aviv as they demonstrated in favor of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s plan to overhaul the country’s judicial system. The crowd was much smaller… Continue Reading →

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis To Visit Israel

FLORIDA (JTA) – Even though he hasn’t officially declared his Republican presidential campaign (yet), Ron DeSantis has been pitching his governance of Florida as a model for running the United States — telling Fox News last week, for example, that… Continue Reading →

White House Dismisses McCarthy’s Apparent Dig at Biden’s Age

The White House on Thursday shut down an apparent attack on President Biden’s age by House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), who earlier in the day claimed Republicans had been trying to arrange a meeting with Biden to continue negotiations on… Continue Reading →

World Court Rules U.S. Illegally Seized Iranian Assets

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Thursday rejected Iran’s bid to unblock nearly $2 billion in bank assets frozen by the United States, but also ruled that Washington had illegally seized some other funds. According to the United Nation’s… Continue Reading →

THE TRUTH EMERGES: Protest On Motzei Shabbos Against Chareidim & Ben-Gvir

The leaders of the “struggle against judicial reform” announced that despite the suspension of the legislation, the weekly Motzei Shabbos protest at the Kaplan intersection in Tel Aviv will take place as usual. The organizers said that the protest on… Continue Reading →

US Revises Down Last Quarter’s Economic Growth to 2.6% Rate

The U.S. economy maintained its resilience from October through December despite rising interest rates, growing at a 2.6% annual pace, the government said Thursday in a slight downgrade from its previous estimate. But consumer spending, which drives most of the… Continue Reading →

Japanese Surfer Nears 90 And Talks Of Catching Waves At 100

FUJISAWA, Japan (AP) — A busy company owner for the early part of his life, Seiichi Sano began anew at 80 by climbing Mt. Fuji. Apparently not challenged enough by Japan’s highest peak, he almost immediately took up surfing. Sano… Continue Reading →

Manhattan Claws Back People As Urban Counties Stem Outflow

NEW YORK (AP ) – Turns out the pandemic hasn’t permanently dissuaded people — especially immigrants — from seeking their fortunes amid Manhattan’s gritty streets and neon lights. The county that encompasses Manhattan added more than 17,000 residents in the… Continue Reading →

911 Recordings Show Terror At Nashville School During Attack

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Nashville authorities released 911 calls Thursday that capture the terror inside an elementary school during this week’s mass shooting as people in hushed voices urged dispatchers to send help with sirens, crying and gunfire audible in… Continue Reading →

Fox Lawsuit Highlights Effects Of Conspiracies On Dominion

PHOENIX (AP) — In Arizona’s most populous county, elected officials are bracing for what could happen when it comes time to replace its $2 million-a-year contract for voting equipment. Officials in Maricopa County, which includes Phoenix, say they have no… Continue Reading →

TikTok Propaganda Labels Fall Flat in ‘Huge Win’ for Russia

A year ago, following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, TikTok started labeling accounts operated by Russian state propaganda agencies as a way to tell users they were being exposed to Kremlin disinformation. An analysis a year later shows the policy has… Continue Reading →

Report: Chinese State-sponsored Hacking Group Highly Active

BANGKOK (AP) — A Chinese hacking group that is likely state-sponsored and has been linked previously to attacks on U.S. state government computers is still “highly active” and is focusing on a broad range of targets that may be of… Continue Reading →

Law & Order’s Diane Neal Makes Aliyah

NEW YORK (ISRAEL HAYOM)- American actress Diane Neal has left Hollywood behind and moved to Israel. Neal, best known for her role as New York Assistant District Attorney Casey Novak in the television series “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,”… Continue Reading →

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