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Ya’alon says he almost quit before Gaza withdrawal

Ya’alon says he almost quit before Gaza withdrawal

However, he decided against it because he realized that his resignation would not help and he would be dubbed Israel’s “first conscientious objector,” Ya’alon said.… Read More ›

Analysis: The more things change…

Analysis: The more things change…

In 2007, a senior Israeli cabinet minister told senior military officials that if a country wants nuclear weapons nothing will stop it.   In 2007,… Read More ›

Analysis: It took three decades, but in 10 years Iran will be able to run, not sneak, to A-bomb

Analysis: It took three decades, but in 10 years Iran will be able to run, not sneak, to A-bomb

During the last nearly 30 years the world – with varying degrees of seriousness and intensity – has tried to block this path.   Iran… Read More ›

221 new immigrants from North America to arrive in Israel

221 new immigrants from North America to arrive in Israel

New arrivals to be greeted at airport Tuesday by Minister of Immigrant Absorption Ze’ev Elkin   Some 221 new immigrants from the United States and… Read More ›

Nintendo’s longtime president Satoru Iwata has died

Nintendo’s longtime president Satoru Iwata has died

  The president of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, has died at the age of 55, according to a press release from the company. “Nintendo Co., Ltd.… Read More ›

VAROUFAKIS: A ‘Grexit’ was always part of Germany’s plan

VAROUFAKIS: A ‘Grexit’ was always part of Germany’s plan

  Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis is about to drop a bomb on the Greek debt negotiations. Namely, he is about to reveal why… Read More ›

Europe has made Greece a terrible offer, and the Greek government thinks it’s ‘very bad’

Europe has made Greece a terrible offer, and the Greek government thinks it’s ‘very bad’

  Greece isn’t thrilled with the latest offer it’s been presented by the Eurogroup. And, of course, they shouldn’t be: The offer is indeed terrible… Read More ›

New Jersey – Law Firm Must Turn Over Notes From Probe That Cleared Gov. Chris Christie

New Jersey – Law Firm Must Turn Over Notes From Probe That Cleared Gov. Chris Christie

  New Jersey – The law firm that wrote a report clearing Gov. Chris Christie in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal has been ordered… Read More ›

Maryland – Baltimore Prosecutor At NAACP Forum: Hardship Became Inspiration For Reform

Maryland – Baltimore Prosecutor At NAACP Forum: Hardship Became Inspiration For Reform

  Maryland – When Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby decided to run for her current office, she reached out to community activists, politicians and… Read More ›

Washington – $1,000-Per-Pill Drug Overtaken By Pricier Successor For $1,350-Per-Pill

Washington – $1,000-Per-Pill Drug Overtaken By Pricier Successor For $1,350-Per-Pill

  Washington – The $1,000 pill for a liver-wasting viral infection that made headlines last year is no longer the favorite of patients and doctors.… Read More ›

Greek crisis sparks bargains on island villas

Greek crisis sparks bargains on island villas

  Has Greece got a deal for you. Brave investors are hunting for cheap island villas in Greece in the hopes that the crumbling economy… Read More ›

Bastian Schweinsteiger to join Manchester United

Bastian Schweinsteiger to join Manchester United

  German international captain Bastian Schweinsteiger is to leave Bayern Munich to join Manchester United, the Bundesliga champions confirmed Saturday. The 30-year-old Schweinsteiger has spent… Read More ›

Markets waiting out crises in Greece and China

Markets waiting out crises in Greece and China

Investors in Asia remained calm in early trading Monday, even as two crises threatened to sour the start of a new week. Greece and its… Read More ›

Cousin of Michelle Obama to serve as ‘black chief rabbi’

Cousin of Michelle Obama to serve as ‘black chief rabbi’

Relative of first lady nominated unanimously to serve as ‘titular head of a worldwide community of Black Jews’   Rabbi Capers Funnye of Chicago was… Read More ›

Israeli-Canadian woman returns from fighting with Kurds in Syria

Israeli-Canadian woman returns from fighting with Kurds in Syria

IDF vet Gill Rosenberg back in Israel after 6 months in Iraq, Syria battling Islamic State; released after questioning by authorities   An Israeli-Canadian woman who… Read More ›

Nuclear talks require ‘some more work,’ says Zarif

Nuclear talks require ‘some more work,’ says Zarif

Iranian negotiator rejects reports that deal can be signed Sunday, but says no extension; Rouhani announces ‘settlement of nuclear issue’ is ‘very close’   The… Read More ›

Coffee with Omar Sharif

Coffee with Omar Sharif

Great Egyptian actor, who died Friday, told Yedioth Ahronoth correspondent Smadar Perry about his Jewish and Israeli ties during a casual 1980s meeting at a… Read More ›

Art student applies sci-fi touch to future IDF

Art student applies sci-fi touch to future IDF

Pavel Postovoit’s stunning artwork imagines a time in which conflict has not abated and Star-Wars-like creations patrol the land. Pavel Postovoit imagines and illustrates the… Read More ›

Blindness has no political color

Blindness has no political color

Op-ed: Why are so many people struck by such incredible blindness when the facts are so obvious? Iran will become more dangerous if an agreement… Read More ›

Torah scroll dedicated in honor of lone soldier who fell in Gaza last summer

Torah scroll dedicated in honor of lone soldier who fell in Gaza last summer

The Torah scroll dedicated in Max’s honor will ideally be used by other soldiers in the army.   A year after lone soldier St.- Sgt.… Read More ›