Before the beloved author and essayist died in March, she had already begun planning an art exhibit to celebrate life.
Known as “The Great Jewish Hope,” she set the German high-jump record a month before the Olympics but was barred from the national team.
The bill passed 419-3. If Trump vetoes it to maintain his ties with Russia, he will anger not only the GOP but also anti-Iran groups like AIPAC.
“If you don’t have a vision, if you don’t have a plan, then it is never going to happen. And so we do need to require more of our world leaders.”
It was with excitement but some trepidation last night that I began to read the online version of a [New York Times story] about The Forward.
I am grateful for the opportunity to set the record straight.
In June, Missouri’s state legislators were called back to Jefferson City for a special session. Such a move is rare, and Gov. Eric Greitens did it to try to push through legislation significantly limiting access of women in the state to abortions.
“I do not want to see the town that I love and grew up in get ruined by a group that does not benefit the town in any way,” one petitioner wrote.
Sean Spicer’s time as White House press secretary is over, but his clashes with the Jewish community will live on forever.
The woman who made the discovery told police that when she visited the cemetery five days earlier, she had not seen any damage.
Kushner also has a multi-million dollar stake in a real estate company financed by Democratic megadonor George Soros.
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