Cheyenne, WY – Romney Wins Nonbinding Vote At Wyoming Precincts

Cheyenne, WY — Mitt Romney has won a nonbinding vote of Republican activists who turned out for precinct caucuses across Wyoming during the past two weeks. The former Massachusetts governor was the favorite of 39 percent of the 2,108 caucus goers, while former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum finished second with 32 percent. Texas Rep. Ron […]


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Washington – US Defense Leaders Meet With Israeli Defense Chief

Washington — Pentagon leaders met with Israel’s defense minister Wednesday to discuss the ongoing tensions with Iran and Syria, amid escalating speculation that the Israelis will launch a pre-emptive strike against Tehran’s nuclear facilities. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta hosted the session in his Pentagon office with Ehud Barak and Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the […]


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Iran Court Jails Ahmadinejad Aide Ahead Of Vote

An Iranian appeal court has upheld a one-year jail sentence handed down to one of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s close aides for insulting the country’s supreme leader, the semi-official Fars news agency reported on Wednesday. The ruling was the latest act in a high-level feud between Ahmadinejad and a group of hardline rivals who say he […]

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NYC: Dozens Arrested in Federal Auto Insurance Fraud Probe

Federal agents and NYPD detectives have arrested dozens of suspects on federal charges of participating in a $279 million insurance fraud scheme. The 36 people charged include 10 doctors and three attorneys who are alleged to have participated in the scheme, officials said. They face maximum jail sentences ranging from 30 to 70 years, if […]

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NYC: Two Men Jump Onto Subway Tracks At Same Station Three Hours Apart

Two men in a span of four hours jumped onto the subway tracks this morning at 72nd Street and Broadway, causing headaches for commuters along the West Side, officials said. The first incident occurred at about 8 a.m. when a man was struck by a northbound No. 1 train. He suffered serious injuries and was […]

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PA not planning new intifada, says official


Despite no plans for uprising, official says Israeli “provocations” and ongoing stalemate in the peace process could trigger widespread protests in the Palestinian territories.

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‘US policy is to prevent Iran nuclear capability’


Hillary Clinton says US policy is to prevent Iran from achieving capability to build nukes, not just final product.

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Syrian rebels say they face 7,000 gov’t troops


UN-Arab League envoy on Syria, Kofi Annan expects to visit Syria “fairly soon”; rebels defend besieged district of Baba Amro.

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Itamar, Israel – Thousands Mark The Fogels Massacre On First Yahrtzeit‎

Itamar, Israel — More than one thousand people, including Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin, Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz, family and friends attended the memorial ceremony for the five members of the Fogel family. The Itamar community inaugurated a new house of study (beit midrash) called Mishkan Ehud, named after Ehud Fogel, 36. The five members, including […]


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Ramapo, NY – Claim: Investors Bought Most Units of Affordable-housing

Ramapo, NY — A Rockland County housing agency representing the federal government is reviewing Ramapo’s affordable-housing project on Elm Street, based on a complaint that investors bought up most of 24 units already sold, for potential rental properties. The corporate ownership and condominium rentals could jeopardize $1.44 million from the state and $200,000 from the […]


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