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The governor of Maryland is heading a week-long trade mission to Israel from his state.
He says he still has not made up his mind but that Obama will win the magic number of 34 to override a veto.
Sen. Ben Cardin: "Israel's security issues are of major concern. We don't want to see an arms race in the Middle East, so it is a factor. "
After more Molotov cocktails and rock-throwing attacks on homes in eastern Jerusalem, city council member Aryeh King is fed up with lack of protection.
Obama built up ridiculous expectations among blacks just as he did among Middle East Muslims.
Is Aliyah to Israel going through the minds of Jews going to synagogues where private guards are needed?
Six Baltimore cops were charged on Friday with homicide, one also with second degree murder in the Freddie Gray case.
Police drew the red line at the protest when the peace march threatened security at Netanyahu's official residence.
Baltimore braced for more protests - or riots - Thursday as the sun set after new info was leaked about Freddie Gray.
The Ravens' Ray Lewis screamed that violence is never the answer." Unfortunately, he is wrong.
An anti-Semite shot a wake-up call for Jews in Baltimore.
A graduate from a New Jersey yeshiva and who now is a paratrooper in the IDF suffered moderate injuries to his head when a...
The convicted murderer of an 11-year-old Jewish girl in 1969 will not receive a new trial, a Baltimore judge ruled. Circuit Judge Edward Hargadon, in...
Baltimore native Rabbi Avraham Leventhal, who moved to Beit Shemesh eight years ago after making aliyah, has tossed his hat in the political ring...
The Jews’ worst enemies are Jews. Tom Cantor says he was born into a Jewish family. He is trying to convince Maryland Jews they can be Jews and Christians. Even worse, he says “I love my people.”
The IDF gets a new weapon next year. Meet Baltimore-born Nili Block and Mumbai convert Sarah Avraham, both of them religious and the new world champs in Thailand-style kick-boxing.
While it is not known precisely when Jews first settled in Baltimore, we do know that five Jewish men and their families settled there during the 1770s. However, it was not until the autumn of 1829 that Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, whose Hebrew name was Nidchei Yisroel (Dispersed of Israel), was founded. This was the only Jewish congregation in the state of Maryland at the time, and it was referred to by many as the “Stadt Shul.”
Two major news stories involving two famous men named Armstrong occurred within days of each other recently. Was it random happenstance? Or was there hashgacha involved? We know that nothing happens outside Hashem’s realm and power. But did Hashem have a specific reason for these two events occurring together when they did?
Many American parents are passionate about providing their children with opportunities to participate in sports and develop as great athletes. A recent article in the Financial Post posed the question “Are your kids’ athletic dreams worth breaking the bank for?” For parents of elite athletes, the costs can be astronomical. Such parents designate “tens of thousands of dollars of their household budget to help their child’s athletic career blossom, a sacrifice that impacts everything from daily spending to retirement.”
A recent CNN Money article focused on how more students than ever are requesting need-based financial aid from the private schools they attend. “Private schools are getting flooded with financial aid applications, and a growing number of the parents seeking help are earning $150,000 or more a year,” the article stated. It also pointed out that “overall, the average cost of tuition at private schools across all grades is nearly $22,000 a year, up 4% from a year ago and 26% higher than it was in the 2006-07 academic year, according to the National Association of Independent Schools.”
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