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A Wrongful Pardon

Over the past eight years, President Barack Obama hasn’t shied away from formulating deeply divisive policies, including the highly controversial Iran deal; the contentious Affordable Care Act, better known as…

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New Crosswalks Coming to Intersections in Boro Park

Newly enhanced crosswalks are coming this summer to three dangerous intersections in Boro Park, Councilman David Greenfield announced. The walks will feature “yield” signage and will be installed on 21st…

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Community Advocates Lobby For DeVos Confirmation

Amidst a slew of Senate confirmation hearings and votes, advocates for the Orthodox community have devoted much of their lobbying efforts on Capitol Hill to support secretary of Education nominee…

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Rebbetzin Miriam Rokeach, A”h, Bilgoray Rebbetzin

The sad news came from Yerushalayim on Monday afternoon, about the passing of Rebbetzin Miriam Rokeach, a”h, the Bilgorayer Rebbetzin, at the age of 96. She was descended from a…

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Sen. Sweeney Moves to Reform NJ Funding Formula

Amid growing dissatisfaction over vast inequity in the amounts of funding that districts receive across the state, the president of New Jersey’s state senate, Steven Sweeney, has initiated a committee…

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