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32 min ago | The Courier
Life is full of regrets, but I have found the best course of action is to press on and focus on the things that lie ahead and do your best to help those you encounter along the way.
7 hrs ago | Forward
The Michigan State University students were still jet-lagged from their ten-hour flight when news of rockets striking Sderot reached them in Jerusalem.
But the well-stocked re-election fund won't cover the thousands of dollars associated with the State Police detail that provided round-the-clock security for the candidate.
President Obama on Thursday shunted aside speculation that he will soon expand the U.S. bombing campaign against Islamic extremists into Syria, saying the military mission for now will remain focused on Iraq.
Several colleges have pulled students early from summer study abroad programs in Israel and the West Bank due to the conflict between Israel and Hamas.
"What IS she wearing?" Two Israeli girls, mouths open, heads craned, are sitting by the side of a deluxe swimming pool in Tel Aviv.
Starting in just a couple of days, nearly 250 young Jewish adults from Maryland, Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C., will leave their American homes and hop on a plane to the Holy Land.
Israeli tourists watch smoke rising near the Syrian-Israeli border Wednesday amid fighting between the Syrian army and rebels over the control of the Quneitra border crossing.
Many study abroad programs in the Middle East and other hotspots around the world have been curtailed or postponed as the number of countries on the State Department's travel warning list has grown to three dozen.
It's been kind of a depressing few weeks. The news out of Gaza, Iraq and Syria is heartbreaking and declaring war in the Middle East seems imminent.
Anne Goldberg, 62, of Tamarac , had never been to Israel before the pilgrimage she took with the Davie-based Temple Adath Or in June.
Does the Islamic State pose an "imminent threat" to the U.S. homeland? Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel seems to think so -- and indeed said so publicly at the Pentagon last week.
Fears that weeks of fighting with Hamas will harm an Israeli economy already hurt by a global slowdown led the Bank of Israel to reduce interest rates for a second month in a row on Monday.
Sylvester Stallone and Kelsey Grammer in a scene from 'Expendables 3,' August 2014 On Sunday morning, the glossy pages of Variety, The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard carried something extra in addition to their news of castings, hirings and firings: a petition, signed by nearly 200 Hollywood elites, bashing Hamas and defending Israel .
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 11:27 am
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