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Michigan State May Scrub James Madison From Campus

Students, alumni express disappointment at 'ridiculous' proposal By: Chrissy Clark A university residential college named after James Madison may change its name in order to promote...

3 Key Takeaways from Supreme Court Rulings on Trump’s Tax Returns

By: Masood Farivar In the wake of a pair of Supreme Court rulings on President Donald Trump’s refusal to release his financial records, a debate...

Tucker Carlson Top Writer Resigns After Racist Posts Revealed

Edited by: JV Staff Tucker Carlson’s top writer has resigned from Fox News after secretly posting racist and sexist remarks online, according to an AP...

Are Jews Obligated to Support Reparations for African-Americans?

Momentum for the idea is growing. But the Holocaust analogy undermines a proposal that could do much harm without fixing what’s wrong with America By:...

As Beach Towns Open, Businesses are Short Foreign Workers

By: Michael Casey At this time of the year, The Friendly Fisherman on Cape Cod is usually bustling with foreign students clearing tables and helping...

Over 200,000 Vote in Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Primaries

By: Zen Soo Hundreds of thousands of Hong Kongers turned up over the weekend to vote in an unofficial two-day primary election held by the...

“Blue Lives Matter” Marches in Bklyn & Queens Show Support for NYPD;  Clashes with “Black Lives Matter” 

By: JV Staff Several hundred protesters showed their support for the NYPD Saturday with a "back the blue" march in the Dyker Heights/Bay Ridge section...

Jewish Man in Flatbush Assaulted In Possible Hate Crime Attack On Shabbos

Edited by: JV Staff A Jewish man was assaulted in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn in what is being investigated as a possible hate crime,...

Israel: Thousands gather in Tel Aviv to protest government’s handling of economy during pandemic

(I24) Organizers say they wish for protest to remain 'apolitical' Over 10,000 Israelis on Saturday turned out to a rally in Tel Aviv's Rabin Square...

LeBron Won’t Wear Social Justice Message on Lakers Jersey

(AP) LeBron James says his thoughts on social justice can't be contained on the back of a basketball jersey. The Los Angeles Lakers superstar won't...

Violation of Michigan Gov. Whitmer’s Face Mask Order Subject to $500 Fine

By Solange Reyner (NEWSMAX) Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive order signed Friday requiring the use of face masks in indoor facilities and some outdoor public spaces includes...

Jewish Federations are Promoting a Farrakhan Fan Who Told Jews to “Go F___ Themselves”

Daniel Greenfield (Front Page Magazine) It was powerful for me the way he spelled it out,” Chelsea Handler said of Louis Farrakhan. "So whatever, you...

Pandemic Updates: From The US and Beyond

Complied by TJV News/ AP With the US on track to report another record, or near record, jump in new coronavirus cases reported Saturday...

Schumer Calls for Extension of $600 Weekly Unemployment Payments

By Tauren Dyson (NEWSMAX) Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., has introduced a bill that would extend the $600 federal unemployment weekly benefits that are scheduled to sunset at...

US House Republicans pen letter to Pompeo in support of Israeli sovereignty

JACKSON RICHMAN (JNS) A group of U.S. House Republicans has penned a letter to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in response to a letter...

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Parshas Matos Masei – His Word Was Pure Gold

By: Rabbi Label Lam If a man makes a vow to HASHEM or makes an oath to prohibit himself, he shall not profane his word;...

Parshas Matos Masei – His Word Was Pure Gold

By: Rabbi Label Lam If a man makes a vow to HASHEM or makes an oath to prohibit himself, he shall not profane his word;...

Record Numbers Begin 40th Cycle of Daily Rambam Study

A simultaneous new start to study of Mishneh Torah and Sefer Hamitzvot By: Motti Wilhelm Throughout the long, difficult months of the coronavirus pandemic, many have...

Are We Emerging From Isolation Better Than We Came In?

By: Yaakov Daniel The story is told of two men, Reuven and Shimon, who lived in a 19th-century European shtetl. Times were challenging; with little to no income, no...

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