UN chief: Israel should provide ‘gestures’ for Palestinians


Jerusalem expected to announce approval of various projects in Gaza before Ban Ki-moon’s visit to Strip; “It will also be required that the PA come to the dialogue table,” Ban says in Jordan.

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Netanyahu declares victory in Likud primaries


Prime minister says there is “still time” until general elections; Netanyahu leads over Feiglin by large margin.

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Jerusalem – Beit Shemesh Parents: Police Are Working, Courts Are Not

Jerusalem — A month after haredi (ultra- Orthodox) extremists who harassed and spit at young girls on their way to school in Beit Shemesh sparked counter protests and outrage across the country, parents of students at the Bnot Orot elementary girls school said that a sense of security has returned to both the students and […]


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New York, NY – Cops Banned From Owning NYPD T-Shirts and Merchandise

New York, NY — Souvenir shops around the city sell millions of dollars worth of hats, T-shirts and other tchotchkes emblazoned with the letters “NYPD” or the police department’s logo. Anyone can own their piece of the police — except the city’s 35,000 cops. Under a new NYPD directive, Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly has forbidden […]


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Tampa, FL – In Landslide Mitt Romney Wins Florida GOP Primary

Tampa, FL — Mitt Romney routed Newt Gingrich in the Florida primary Tuesday night, rebounding from the previous week’s defeat with a commanding victory and taking a major step toward the Republican presidential nomination. Despite the one-sided setback, Gingrich vowed to press on. “Thank you FL!” an exuberant Romney tweeted minutes after the race was […]


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New Rule Bans Officers From Wearing NYPD-Branded Items

A new update to the city’s police patrol guide means officers can no longer wear NYPD logos while off-duty. According to the new rule, officers are not allowed to wear any sort of clothing or accessories with the department’s image on them while off the clock. Prohibited items include hats, pins, jewelry and clothing. The […]

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Mitt Romney Winner In 2012 GOP Florida Primary [8:00PM EST]

The cable networks and the Associated Press called the Florida primary at 8 p.m. on the dot, as soon as the last polls closed in the state’s western Panhandle — in a result that will cement the front-running status of the former Massachusetts governor for the Republican presidential nomination. The projections were based on unofficial […]

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Mitt-mentum: Romney Wins Florida in Landslide

Mitt Romney has won the Florida Republican presidential primary, Fox News projects.
The victory, in the GOP contest’s biggest state to date, is likely to give the former Massachusetts governor a burst of momentum as he and Newt Gingrich battle for the lead in what has become an increasingly negative race.
With 61 percent of precincts reporting, […]

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Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Found in 37 U.S. States

Half a world away, doctors in India are fighting outbreaks ofbacterial infections that are resistant to more than 15 types of antibiotics. But closer to home, a similarly scary bug is making the rounds in intensive care and other long-term units of American hospitals.
In at least 37 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico, doctors have […]

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Conservative movement sending 1st rabbi to FSU


New leader of Kiev congregation: Anti-Semitism in Ukraine at a low simmer, gays welcome in his synagogue.

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