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Donald Trump says the thousands of men and women taking to the streets to protest his election are "professional protesters incited by the media." But who are they really? The answer varies from state to state. Comment?
More than 100,000 members of the faith are expected to attend five sessions in Salt Lake City that span Saturday and Sunday. Thousands more will listen or watch around the world on television, radio, satellite and internet broadcasts. Comment?
Bill Weld, left, with his running mate, Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, at a rally in Salt Lake City, Aug. 6, 2015. Appearing on MSNBC Wednesday, Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson dealt another blow to his long-shot campaign when he couldn't come up with the name of a single foreign leader he liked. Comment?
A Utah state senator who traveled to Iran last week has set off a firestorm there, where hard-liners accuse him of being "part of a major Western project to infiltrate" the country as authorities imprison others with ties abroad. And that was even before knowing that Sen. Jim Dabakis is gay - a crime in Iran that can carry the death penalty. Comment?
Aerospace pioneer Simon Ramo, father of America's intercontinental ballistic missile system and son of Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe, has died at the age of 103. Ramo was a key player in the development of America's military technology over the past 50 years and in the creation of Southern California's aerospace industry. Comment?
The "Looking for a Wife" advertisement Arthur Brooks bought for his son in the Coeur d'Alene Press, June 18, 2016 The Jewish father who took out a full-page ad in an Idaho newspaper looking for a wife for his son has postponed the interviews he scheduled for this weekend at an Idaho resort. People Magazine reported Sunday that Arthur Brooks, 78, of Beverly Hills decided to delay his interviews of potential wives for his son, Baron, at the Coeur d'Alene Resort, after the resort "got a little scared about people losing their privacy." Comment?
Although Amichai Lau-Lavie will only be ordained as a rabbi on Tuesday, you could be forgiven for thinking he already was one. This week he was named as one of America's most inspiring rabbis on the Forward's prized annual list. Comment?
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