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The Encyclopedia of the Missing

She keeps watch over one of the largest databases of missing persons in the country. For Meaghan Good, the disappeared are still out here, you just have to know where to look.

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The Humiliation of Aziz Ansari - The Atlantic

Allegations against the comedian are proof that women are angry, temporarily powerful—and very, very dangerous.

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The Myth of the Limited Strike on North Korea | Foreign Affairs

A limited strike would risk igniting a full-blown war on the Korean Peninsula.

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As Attacks on Jews Rise in Europe, Antisemitism Is the New Cool | Jewish & Israel News Algemeiner.com

More disturbing than the alleged arson at a suburban Paris kosher supermarket on Tuesday — the third anniversary of the terror...

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Israel - A Successful Powerhouse in the Collapsing Middle East

Israel's economy is booming. The failure of the Arabs and BDS movement campaigns to destroy it are as spectacular as the Arab failures to defeat Israel in the battlefield.

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Martin Luther King Jr. was a 'socialist before it was cool,' CNN claims - Washington Times

CNN sparked a backlash on social media Monday when it claimed Martin Luther King Jr. was a "socialist before it was cool."

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Death as Entertainment at the Paris Morgue - Atlas Obscura

In the late 19th century, tourists flocked to see bodies and guess how they got there.

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Nancy Kerrigan has very little to say about ‘I, Tonya’ - The Boston Globe

Hollywood’s portrayal of Tonya Harding is “not really part of my life,” said Kerrigan.

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Chris Rock Opens First-Ever Tel Aviv Show With Expression of ‘Love’ for Israel

American comedian Chris Rock started his first-ever show in Israel on Tuesday by talking about how much he adores the...

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Trump lauded delivery of F-52s to Norway. The planes only exist in 'Call of Duty.'

Fictitious planes aside, the defense relationship between the U.S. and Norway is growing.

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Delta employees detail a pattern of anti-Semitic abuse at airline

  NEW YORK (JTA) — It wasn’t long after Nahum Amir began working for Delta Airlines as a mechanic that he says his manager started calling him “the Jewish guy.” Then Amir says the manager accused him and other Jews of “killing kids in G

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Donald Trump speaks at a fourth-grade level, the lowest of last 15 U.S. presidents, according to analysis

President Donald Trump connects with the American people by using a language that even a fourth grader could understand, according to a recently published analysis by Factbase on the speech patterns of the last 15 U.S. presidents.

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Rose McGowan Accuses Hollywood Actresses Of ‘Fakery’ For Wearing Black At Golden Globes

There was something distinctly funereal about the Golden Globes this year.

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Juanita Broaddrick To Oprah: 'Funny, I've Never Heard You Mention My Name' | Daily Wire

Triggered by remarks made by Oprah Winfrey at the Golden Globes in which she pontificated to women who have been sexually harassed or abused, “You get a voice. You get a voice.

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Oprah Gives Much-Ballyhooed Speech on #MeToo. Here Are 4 Problems With It. | Daily Wire

On Sunday evening, Oprah Winfrey received the Cecille B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Experts say chocolate could be impossible to produce by 2050

Experts say there could be a shortage of chocolate by the year 2050.

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Legends Aside, Moon’s Health Impact More of A Myth

While it’s true the moon impacts tides, most stories about the moon are mostly that: stories not rooted in fact.

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First-Ever Proof Of Earth's 'Natural Thermostat' Revealed In Study

A recent study found proof for the first time ever that the Earth employs a "natural thermostat" to regulate the climate during periods of extreme temperature swings.

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Furor greets request to add citizenship question to 2020 U.S. census

Critics of Department of Justice request say it will drive down response rates, increase costs

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In the DNA of an ancient infant, scientists find traces of the very first Americans - LA Times

All Native American ancestry can be traced to the same source population from a single migration event. Scientists came to this conclusion by analyzing the DNA of a baby girl who lived in Alaska about 11,500 years ago.

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American reams: why a ‘paperless world’ still hasn’t happened | News | The Guardian

The long read: In a world seduced by screens, the future of paper might seem uncertain. But many in the industry remain optimistic – after all, you can’t blow your nose on an email

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Sir Ringo Starr to perform in Israel - The Jewish Chronicle

Former Beatles drummer to play Tel Aviv - 52 years after the Fab Four were forced to cancel their planned Israeli gig

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44 Numbers From 2017 That Are Almost Too Crazy To Believe

2017 went by way too quickly. Donald Trump’s first year in the White House shook up the entire planet, and nobody is quite sure what is going to happen next. Personally, as 2017 began I

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18 things to look forward to in 2018 - CNN

Let's try and make this the best year in... at least a year.

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Language patterns reveal body's hidden response to stress

Volunteers' use of certain words predicted stress-related changes in gene expression better than their self-reported feelings.

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Target forced to apologize after selling a card game that jokes about 'torturing Jews'

Target apologized for selling the Cards Against Humanity pack, which is still available on Walmart's website.

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Well the weather in Chicago is frightful, but these sad tweets are so delightful

As a deep freeze settles in across the United States, people are turning to Twitter for solace and self-pity.

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The long wait for fusion power may be coming to an end

Some energy experts see commercial nuclear fusion reactors as soon as 2030, augmenting wind and solar power as well as helping make fossil fuel plants obsolete.

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Sex, lies and Wikipedia: Pro-Palestinian editors accused of protecting Linda Sarsour over harassment claims

Allegations that the American-Palestinian activist enabled sexual assault have repeatedly been deleted from her Wikipedia page, raising claims that some editors are inserting the Israel-Palestine issue into an unrelated matter

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EMBOLDENED BY TRUMP: 10 More Countries May Move Their Embassies To Jerusalem

On Monday, after Guatemala courageously decided it would follow the United States’ lead and move its embassy to Jerusalem, Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely announced that at least 10 other countries are discussing moving their embassies to

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Watch: Officer crawls across partially frozen pond to rescue dog | Fox News

A New Jersey police officer made one dog owner's Christmas by crawling across a partially frozen pond to save her beloved pet a few days before the holiday.

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Jake Tapper Gets Bernie Sanders To Admit The Middle-Class Tax Cuts In The GOP Bill Are ‘A Good Thing’

On Sunday, CNN’s “State of the Union" host Jake Tapper put Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) in an uncomfortable position, forcing him to acknowledge that the middle-class tax cuts in the GOP bill are a good thing:

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Israel prepares for 20 percent increase in Christian pilgrims for Christmas

Israel's Tourism Ministry is preparing to welcome tens of thousands of Christian pilgrims over the Christmas season, finishing up a record-breaking year as the number of tourists reaches 3.5 million people in 2017.

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Exposed! USC Professor David Kang Teaches That Israeli Zionists Are All Terrorists

This man has no business teaching his evil ideas to the younger generation

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Every Year, Photographer Sends Out Family's Holiday Card Staring His Adorable Dog

He first began the tradition in 1990. Paddy, his rescue terrier, was the star of these cards until he passed away after the 2002 edition was sent out. Raggle is another rescue terrier who has since taken his place.

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What's that flying over Los Angeles? A SpaceX rocket

Late Friday afternoon ahead of a holiday weekend, social media lit up with posts about a mysterious object flying through the skies above Los Angeles. Was it a UFO? A chemtrail? Superman? Nope — it's the launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, Iridium-4

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APPLE ADMITS: We Slow Down Older Phones (But Only For Your Own Good!)

You knew they did. We knew they did. But they'd never admit it — until now. Anyone who has downloaded the last couple of updates on their iPhone knows that everything runs slower, and the battery seems to die much faster. Now comes an admission fro

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Rosie O'Donnell Tells Shapiro 'Suck My D**k.' His Response Flattens Her.

On Tuesday night, Rosie O’Donnell, unhinged leftist, so-called comedian, and permanent

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FACT CHECK: Did DNA Testing Companies Admit to Altering Tests to 'Screw with Racists'?

A number of hyperpartisan web sites advanced a claim that DNA testing companies deliberately fabricated African ancestry to "screw with" racist customers.

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FACT CHECK: Will UN Peacekeepers Be Deployed on the Streets of Chicago?

There are no plans to put UN Peacekeeper boots on the ground in Chicago.

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FACT CHECK: Did the Soviet Union Ban Microwaves Due to Health Concerns?

This claim has its roots in an unsourced article from a man who likely does not exist, and whose only stated expertise came from working at an alternative bookstore and natural food shop in the 1970s.

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Lapid: If Obama blocked Hezbollah probe over Iran deal, he should give back Nobel

“Obama must return his Nobel Peace Prize,” if the Politico story about Hezbollah is correct, Yesh Atid chairman Yair Lapid said.

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The embryo that is just a year younger than the mother who birthed her - CNN

The longest-cryopreserved human embryo to result in a successful birth was conceived and frozen in 1992 and born last month.

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Nikki Haley: A Diplomat who Delivers | commentary

Nikki Haley delivers a stirring address in defense of U.S. interests in Israel and against the United Nations' equivocation.

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Even dogs might go vegan in LA

Soon shelter dogs in LA may have to worry about more than finding a happy home: a restrictive vegan diet. Chowing down on meaty bits, as dogs are wont to do, may be outlawed if the Los Angeles City…

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    Charge upgraded against suspect in Charlottesville rally killing

    An Ohio driver accused of plowing into a crowd protesting a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, killing one woman, is facing an upgraded murder charge.

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    Donald Trump Jerusalem Embassy Move: A Good First Step | National Review

    Moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem will help, but the best way to restore order in the Middle East would be to stop sending aid to Mahmoud Abbas's Palestinian government ...

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    SHOCK: State Rep Kills Himself Over Sexual Misconduct Allegations. Here’s What His Suicide Note Said.

    On Wednesday, news broke in Kentucky that Republican State Rep. Dan Johnson, who authorities were investigating over allegations of sexual misconduct, committed suicide.

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    No, Protests And Violence Against Israel Aren’t Trump’s Fault. They’re Just Anti-Semitism. | Daily Wire

    On Monday, a would-be suicide bomber failed at killing Americans in the same way he failed at life: self-implosion followed by utter shame and humiliation.

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    Trump’s Non-Radical Decision on Jerusalem

    This is not a radical position. It has been the consensus in the United States for more than two decades,

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    Roy Moore Believes America Was Great During Slavery. Twitter Users Detonate. | HuffPost

    "Families were united" then, the Senate candidate actually told an African-American person.

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    How’s Your ‘Day of Rage’ Going So Far?

    Today is the Palestinians’ “Day of Rage” over the United States recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, marked by angry mobs, violence, and chants of “We don’t need empty words, we need stones and Kalashnikovs.” The other name for days

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    Donald Trump Strikes a Blow against International Anti-Semitism

    By moving America’s embassy to Jerusalem, the U.S. confronts the bigoted double standards of the international community.

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    Yair Lapid: World must recognize Israeli sovereignty over Golan, united Jerusalem as capital - Diplomatic Conference - J

    Lapid, who is one of the heads of the opposition, surprisingly used his speech to support Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on what is seen as a historic day for Israel.

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    Trump to recognize Jerusalem as capital, plan embassy move, White House confirms | The Times of Israel

    Officials say transferring mission from Tel Aviv could take years, so president will sign waiver to avoid penalty; may back 2-state solution if both sides agree

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    Altered Carbon: First trailer for Netflix stunning new sci-fi series | EW.com

    Exclusive first look at upcoming Netflix cyberpunk series Altered Carbon starring Joel Kinnaman from 'Game of Thrones' director

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    3,700-year-old Babylonian tablet rewrites the history of maths - and shows the Greeks did not develop trigonometry

    A 3,700-year-old clay tablet has proven that the Babylonians developed trigonometry 1,500 years before the Greeks and were using a sophisticated method of mathematics which could change how we calculate today.

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    The problem with being pretty - Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

    WASHINGTON -- While good-looking people are generally believed to receive more favorable treatment in the hiring process, when it comes to applying for less desirable jobs, such as those with low pay ..

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    ABC News Suspends Reporter Brian Ross For 'Serious Error' In Flynn Story | HuffPost

    The network said Ross' report on Trump's instructions to Michael Flynn was not "fully vetted."

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    Quiz: US Citizenship Test - Could You Pass? - Washington Times

    An important part of the application process for becoming a US citizen is passing a civics test, covering important U.S. history and government topics. There are 100 civics questions on the naturalization test. During the interview process, applicant

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    Research suggests that dogs really are smarter than cats | Daily Mail Online

    Experts at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee have shown that dogs have more than twice as many brain cells in a region linked with thinking, planning and other complex behaviours.

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    'Longest-lasting rainbow' appears in Taiwan for nine hours | Daily Mail Online

    A rainbow appeared over Taipei for nine hours continuously yesterday, claimed a meteorology expert. It's said to be the world's longest-lasting rainbow and was visible from 7am to 4pm.

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    Variety reporter: NBC knew about Lauer - CNN Video

    Variety reporter Ramin Setoodeh tells CNN's Alisyn Camerota employees at NBC knew about Matt Lauer's alleged sexual misconduct despite publicly denying having any knowledge.

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    France stops large shipment of radioactive Belarusian mushrooms

    France has stopped a large shipment of Belarus mushrooms contaminated with radioactivity from Chernobyl but there is no link with a radioactive cloud from Russia last month. A spokesman for French nuclear safety institute IRSN said that a few days ago cu

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    Animals do have feelings - and here's the science to prove it - The i newspaper online iNews

    Science shows that animals feel emotions. What’s more, they have distinct personalities – yes, even fish, writes Jan Hoole Read more: Moment MPs voted that

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    Inside the "Surreal" Fallout at NBC News in the Wake of Matt Lauer's Ouster

    Rumors circulating about exposés on the TV personality made for an anxious workplace this week.

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    North Texas Uber driver allegedly raped elderly passenger

    An Uber driver is accused of sexually assaulting an elderly woman while giving her a ride from Dallas to Fort Worth.

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      The internet made sooooo many jokes about Trump's 'fake news trophy' tweet

      They've got a few solid trophy suggestions.

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      The Third Reich’s Terrifying Master Race Program You've Never Heard Of

      Hitler’s obsession with racial purity in the Third Reich led to the creation of a horrifying master race program that is still haunting its victims.

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      You Have Until Next Month to Check Out McDonald's 'No. 1 Store' Before It's Demolished

      The replica of Ray Kroc's first McDonald's franchise store was rebuilt and turned into a museum.

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      Yes, Ashkenazi Jews (Including Gal Gadot) Are People of Color | Dani Ishai Behan | The Blogs | The Times of Israel

      Edit: thank you all for your constructive feedback. My response can be found here. Edit #2: my response to......

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      Legislators Voice Bipartisan Concern Over US Policy Toward Hamas, as Palestinian Terror Group Commits to Retaining Indep

      As Palestinian Hamas representatives reinforced their commitment to retaining an independent armed force ahead of new post-reconciliation talks with their rival Fatah...

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      Defending Antisemites, Rutgers President Takes Aim at The Algemeiner | Jewish & Israel News Algemeiner.com

      After weeks of dogged Algemeiner coverage of antisemitism at Rutgers University, we expected that the school’s President, Robert Barchi, would...

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      Country music star Mel Tillis dies

      Country music legend Mel Tillis died early Sunday morning, according to a statement from his publicist. He was 85.

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      Chicago cop given 5 years in prison for shooting at car, wounding two teens

      Officer Marco Proano told the judge he was just trying “to protect human life” when he fired 16 times at the car. He was sentenced to 5 years in prison.

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      102-year-old Holocaust survivor reunites with newly discovered nephew | The Times of Israel

      Eliahu Pietruszka believed his brother, who escaped Warsaw ghetto, had died in a Russian labor camp, but, generations later, a Yad Vashem genealogy project led to incredible news

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      Eight women say Charlie Rose sexually harassed them — with nudity, groping and lewd calls

      The alleged incidents took place with employees, interns and job applicants at the “Charlie Rose” show.

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      Chart: The U.S. Is Smashing Its Clean Energy Forecasts | Statista

      This chart shows the U.S. Department of Energy 2006 10 year predictions compared to actual 2016 results.

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      GovtJobsQ.in | Govt Jobs 2017 - 2018 Latest Central & State Government Jobs India

      Are you looking for Government Jobs ? in GovtJobsq.in we update All Latest Central & State Govt jobs on 24/7 basis, Also Information About All States PSC, UPSC, SSC, IBPS, Railway and Other News Updates. we also provide Free Support through WhatsApp, Face

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        Islamophobia? Jews Represented 54% Of ALL Hate Crimes In 2016 | Daily Wire

        With the constant refrain of Islamophobia parroted by the mainstream media, it might be interesting for them to note one telling statistic from the FBI as they tallied hate crimes in 2016: Of the 1,538 hate crimes

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        Israel offers aid to Iran and Iraq in earthquake aftermath

        Gripe not with Iranian and Iraqi peoples, but with their governments, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says.

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        The New School Invites Linda Sarsour to Lead Panel on Anti-Semitism – Tablet Magazine

        Founded in 1919 by progressive New York intellectuals, The New School rose to prominence two decades later, when it took in a small band of Jewish intellectuals fleeing the Nazis. Eminences like Hannah Arednt, Leo Strauss, and Erich Fromm all benefited fr

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        ADL: 'Proud Anti-Semite' bumper sticker a sign of the times

        For most people, a bumper sticker reading "Proud Anti-Semite" would be disturbing. But one driver in Farmingdale had no problem proclaiming his stance, after a woman snapped a photo while driving her children home from a Girls Scout event on Rou

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        WiFi Experiment Done By A Group Of 9th Grade Students Got Serious International Attention. THIS Is Why…

        Researchers from England, Holland and Sweden have shown great interest in the experiment done by 5 girls from northern Jutland in 9th grade. They did an experiment for a biology test, so brilliant, that it has attracted international attention among ackno