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A group of 47 Republican senators has written an open letter to Iran’s leaders warning them that any nuclear deal they sign with President Barack Obama will not be valid after Obama leaves office in 2016, reports Josh Rogin on Bloomberg.
A colleague of Boris Nemtsov, the Russian opposition figure shot dead near the Kremlin in Moscow, has said suggestions he was killed by Islamists were nonsensical but useful for the Kremlin because they deflected accusations that officials were involved.
Madonna celebrated Purim this year. The 56-year-old was spotted wearing an outfit that only showed her eyes and mouth this year, with a furry parka covering her head.
Online payments company PayPal, a unit of eBay, will buy Israeli cyber security company CyActive for $60 million, Israeli media reported.
The Chief Rabbinate of Israel has issued new kashrut regulations to hotels, significantly reducing rabbinic involvement in matters unrelated to the kosher status of food regarding the behavior of hotels on the Jewish Sabbath.
Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson has banished veteran staffers to office purgatory, where they remove staples or shred documents eight hours a day, insiders told The Post.
erusalem – An orthodox man pulled over by police for driving while wearing teffin and talit was convicted in absentia at Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court Sunday morning for endangering other motorists and pedestrians.
Jets running back Chris Johnson was shot in the shoulder in the early hours of Sunday morning in his hometown of Orlando, Fla.
The Argentine-Israeli journalist who first reported the death of special prosecutor Alberto Nisman filed a lawsuit against two state-owned companies that revealed his private data.