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Netanyahu tells world leaders Israel aiming to mass test for coronavirus

Netanyahu tells world leaders Israel aiming to mass test for coronavirus

Netanyahu shared that Israel is testing as many as 30,000 people a day for SARS-CoV-2 and that “we will still be able to increase the… Read More ›

Israel’s new coronavirus czar is a light at the end of the tunnel

Israel’s new coronavirus czar is a light at the end of the tunnel

Opinion: Prof. Gamzu’s manner in his presentation of a national plan to combat the virus is not only a refreshing change of oversight for the… Read More ›

After Twitter ban, Wiley only sorry for ‘generalizing’ during anti-Semitic rant

After Twitter ban, Wiley only sorry for ‘generalizing’ during anti-Semitic rant

In interview, rapper stands by posts that got him booted from social media, continues to rail against ‘Jewish lawyers,’ blaming them for ‘systematic racism’ in… Read More ›

No, Mr. Rogen, Israel Does Make Sense

No, Mr. Rogen, Israel Does Make Sense

  By Rabbi Yair Hoffman Recently, JTA published the contents of a podcast in which Seth Rogen, an up and coming actor, essentially trashes his… Read More ›

A report says China is suspected of hacking the Vatican. Here’s why

A report says China is suspected of hacking the Vatican. Here’s why

When you think about cyber espionage, the Vatican doesn’t come to mind as an obvious target. It’s a tiny country whose leader has more moral… Read More ›

‘Safety Net’ program approved in Knesset with 67 MKs in favor

‘Safety Net’ program approved in Knesset with 67 MKs in favor

The plan will offer state-aid to Israelis hurt by COVID-19’s economical impact.   The Knesset approved on Tuesday evening “Safety Net” plan championed by Prime… Read More ›

Israel and Hezbollah’s miracles on the Lebanon border

Israel and Hezbollah’s miracles on the Lebanon border

Opinion: Since 2015, all cross-border incidents between the IDF and Hezbollah have ‘miraculously’ ended without any casualties or even wounded; it’s almost as if the… Read More ›

Knesset panel debates cops’ use of water cannons at anti-Netanyahu protests

Knesset panel debates cops’ use of water cannons at anti-Netanyahu protests

Committee chair rebukes police for not sending a representative involved in the practice; demonstrators to picket police minister’s home Tuesday evening   A Knesset committee… Read More ›

34 states, Puerto Rico, DC Must Now Quarantine In NY, NJ, CT

34 states, Puerto Rico, DC Must Now Quarantine In NY, NJ, CT

  ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Travelers from 34 states, as well as Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, must now quarantine for 14 days… Read More ›

The leaders of the world’s most powerful tech companies — Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google — will be speaking in front of Congress this week. Here’s what we’re expecting, and why it’s a huge deal.

The leaders of the world’s most powerful tech companies — Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google — will be speaking in front of Congress this week. Here’s what we’re expecting, and why it’s a huge deal.

  Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and Apple CEO Tim Cook will all face questioning from… Read More ›

Over the red line: Hospitals report over 100% capacity

Over the red line: Hospitals report over 100% capacity

Number of coronavirus patients continues to rise, almost 9% screened in last day test positive   Hospitals are straining under the weight of the novel… Read More ›

Hezbollah took a hit but may still be a threat

Hezbollah took a hit but may still be a threat

Analysis: Israel is not interested in further escalation of tensions along the Lebanon border and has proven its deterrence by foiling the latest infiltration attempt… Read More ›

With vaccine push, Trump seeks political shot in the arm

With vaccine push, Trump seeks political shot in the arm

President and Pence visit laboratories, marking beginning of largest vaccine research trial yet; White House officials hoping vaccine could provide ‘October surprise’   WASHINGTON (AP)… Read More ›

How Did Europe’s Jews Cope With A 17th-century Plague? This 350-year-old Memoir Offers A Glimpse.

How Did Europe’s Jews Cope With A 17th-century Plague? This 350-year-old Memoir Offers A Glimpse.

  BOSTON (JTA) – More than 350 years ago, a plague took a deadly toll on Hamburg, Germany. As the High Holidays approached, fear and… Read More ›

Analysis: A North Korean coronavirus outbreak might be the biggest threat Kim Jong Un has ever faced

Analysis: A North Korean coronavirus outbreak might be the biggest threat Kim Jong Un has ever faced

Hong Kong – The ruling Kim dynasty of North Korea has for decades predicated their regime on the notion that only they can protect the… Read More ›

Will a coronavirus vaccine be a ‘cure’ for the pandemic?

Will a coronavirus vaccine be a ‘cure’ for the pandemic?

The answer to this is more complicated than one thinks and centers on the question of the strength and longevity of the immune response.  … Read More ›

Government’s coronavirus law is impractical and undemocratic

Government’s coronavirus law is impractical and undemocratic

Opinion: Legislation giving ministers total authority over decision-making sets dangerous precedent for Israeli democracy and chaotic decision making will surely diminish the already-dwindling public trust… Read More ›

Police and protesters clash in violent weekend across the US

Police and protesters clash in violent weekend across the US

1 killed in Texas when driver of car that drove through a crowd opened fire on an armed demonstrator, as protests continue over racial injustice… Read More ›

Trump To Discuss Energy, Tour Oil Rig, Raise Money In Texas

Trump To Discuss Energy, Tour Oil Rig, Raise Money In Texas

  WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump will shift his focus to American energy dominance during a stop in Texas later this week that will… Read More ›

Trump’s top advisors are still pointing to signs of a ‘V-shaped’ economic recovery despite surging coronavirus cases

Trump’s top advisors are still pointing to signs of a ‘V-shaped’ economic recovery despite surging coronavirus cases

  Two of Trump’s top advisers, Larry Kudlow and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, said in interviews Sunday that they still see signs of a “V-shaped”… Read More ›