The three major New York City area airports have become the subject of another hall of shame-worthy report.
With his bright-orange beard and black-velvet yarmulka, Rabbi Avrohom YitzchokPerlstein, 33, is immediately recognizable among the staff and inmates at the Oregon State Penitentiary in the state capital of Salem, where has served as a chaplain since 2013 and as a volunteer since 2008.
Former U.S. peace negotiator Dennis Ross said this week that President Obama deserves credit for advancing Israel’s security, but criticized his approach on the issue of settlements in an interview with the radio network VoiceofIsrael.com. “Insisting on a complete freeze, including natural growth, established an objective that no Israeli government had carried out,” Ross said. “Creating […]
United States defense aid to Israel is likely to increase to more than $3.5 billion per year after 2017, sources say.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter told reporters Thursday that he has asked Pentagon leaders to “fine tune” U.S.
“The sky fell down.” That’s how Rabbi Chaim Lazaroff of Chabad Uptown in Houston describes what happened
By Rabbi Daniel Dombroff Halachic Questions in Unemployment Insurance Claims Unemployment benefits are intended as a temporary wage replacement for
Dennis Hastert, the former Speaker of the House, was indicted by a federal grand jury in February. The former Republican
By Rabbi Moshe Meir Weiss As summer approaches, many people are careless about their tzitzis responsibilities. There are those who play ball without them; others don’t
By Rabbi Eliyahu Safran We live in a world of turmoil – political, geopolitical, spiritual. Too often it seems that turmoil and strife are fundamental to our natures, but they are not.