Daily Archives: June 3, 2018

Offering Patients the ‘Right to Try’

Last Wednesday, surrounded by terminally ill patients and their families, President Trump signed a bill allowing people with terminal illnesses for which traditional medicines and procedures have not helped to…

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Business Briefs – June 3, 2018

Global Airlines Issue Warning Over Trade Tensions SYDNEY (Reuters) – Growing tension over international trade could damage the airline industry and the world economy, global airlines and aviation executives warned…

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Harav Shlomo Zalman Katz, Zt”l

Harav Shlomo Zalman Katz, zt”l, Rav of the Toldos Aharon beis medrash of Williamsburg, a renowned talmid chacham and oved Hashem, was niftar this past Erev Shabbos, 18 Sivan. He…

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Regional Briefs – June 3, 2018

March Across Brooklyn Bridge Protests Guns NEW YORK – Hundreds of orange-shirted demonstrators marched across the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday in a protest against gun violence, The Associated Press reported.…

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Judge Declares Mistrial in Mangano Corruption Case

After a jury deadlocked following nine days of deliberations, a judge on Thursday declared a mistrial in a federal corruption trial that accused former Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano of…

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Government Brings End to Electricity Monopoly

In a history-making session, the Israeli cabinet put an end to the Israel Electric Corporation monopoly by unanimous vote on Sunday. It took 22 years and one last, stormy cabinet…

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