For a century-old building with poor storage space, a long-awaited renovation means clearing out crannies stuffed with all sorts of oddities.
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In order to form a coalition and end Israel’s political gridlock, Lapid may allow a right-wing politician, Naftali Bennett, to serve as prime minister before him.
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The increase is part of a record number of politically motivated offenses in 2020.
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Ramps, those hyper-seasonal spring alliums, are busting out all over, and there’s only a few weeks left in their fleeting …
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The letter calls on Jews to take action against the “suppression of dissent” that is said to be dominating the United States.
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“Judges should be allowed to set bail for hate crimes,” an Orthodox advocacy group said.
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New York-based architect Daniel Libeskind will spearhead the project with urban-design firm Rothschild Doyno Collaborative of Pittsburgh.
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US-brokered meeting over decades-old Mediterranean dispute a ‘positive step,’ State Department says.
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A classic piece of employment advice is to “dress for the job you want, not the job you have.” The …
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One more defection, and this coalition is gone.
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Released under a measure meant to control the spread of coronavirus in prison, Silver is expected to serve the rest of his 6 1/2-year term at home.
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The attack reflects a fraught debate between mainline and progressive pro-Israel groups.
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