Abbas could use his appearance at the White House on Wednesday to jump-start Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations - but can he make the sacrifices to do so?
“Any anti-Israel policy is an anti-Texas policy,” said Gov. Greg Abbott at the signing ceremony.
Tamara Holder, who was allegedly sexually assaulted by a Fox News executive, claims her agents said that reporting the incident would be “toxic” for her career.
“We need to make sure that we call out bigotry whenever it happens,” Jonathan Greenblatt told the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The Trump administration chose to remain ambiguous regarding counterterrorism adviser Sebastian Gorka’s future on Monday, hoping to strike a balance between a wish to end the controversy surrounding him and a desire to display loyalty to someone who has been close to chief strategist Stephen Bannon for years.
Activists held a protest on Monday outside the Jewish Theological Seminary in Manhattan against the contractor that the rabbinical school hired to manage a massive construction project on campus.
Warehouse workers B & H Photo Video called a daylong strike on Monday, in protest of the company’s plan to shutter its two Brooklyn warehouses.
Ten-time NBA All-Star Ray Allen was sworn in last week to serve on the board of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington. Allen, who was named to the position by former President Obama, is not only a two-time NBA champion and one of the greatest shooters of all time — he’s also passionate about Holocaust education.
The apparent fall from grace of Sebastian Gorka, President Trump’s top counterterrorism adviser, raises larger questions about the future of the controversial ideology he was pushing in and outside the White House.
With the center of gravity moving to New Jersey and Long Island’s Modern Orthodox enclaves from Washington, D.C., and New York City’s Upper West Side, a new power structure is emerging.
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