That Time Jellyfish Swarmed an Israeli Power Plant

A swarm of giant jellyfish arrived at the Rutenberg power plant in Ashkelon Wednesday, which however was prepared with filters to keep the slimy sea creatures out of its cooling systems. The plant constantly cleared the filters from the animals, to keep the cooling systems and plant running.

Jewish Groups Lead Push To Crack Open Doors to Syria Refugees

So far just 1,000 refugees from Syria’s brutal civil war have found a safe haven in the U.S. Jewish groups are leading a push to open our door wider as the fighting shows no sign of ending.


Landmark JONAH 'Gay Conversion' Therapy Case Goes to Jury

Jurors have begun deliberations on whether gay conversion therapy constitutes fraud. A decision in favor of the plaintiffs would be a blow to the controversial treatment nationwide.


U.N. Judge Warns Israel It Crossed Line by Bombing Gaza Civilians

Mary McGowan Davis, the American judge who led the independent United Nations probe into the events of last summer’s war in Gaza, said the main message committee members wanted to transmit is that Israel must reexamine its policy of using its military might against civilians, because it led to unprecedented destruction in Gaza and to the killing of about 1,500 innocents.


Could Russ Feingold Lead Democrats Back to Senate Win?

Russ Feingold is planning to run for his old Senate seat from Wisconsin. And Democrats see the liberal stalwart as their best chance to turn the U.S. Senate back to blue.

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