Midway through a Ishai Ribo concert in Florida, police showed up and “pulled the plug” according to social media posts from the event.
Daily Archives: April 20, 2022
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday asked the Justice Department to challenge a court ruling that invalidated a long-running rule that forced plane and train passengers to wear masks.
A rocket fired from Gaza slammed into the ground near the city of Sderot Wednesday night, damaging a vehicle parked nearby.
According to Iranian sources, three Mossad spies have been captured in the Sistan and Balochistan Province of Iran.
New Jersey Man Charged with Federal Hate Crimes for String of Violent Assaults on Members of Orthodox Jewish Community
A New Jersey man was charged with federal hate crimes for a series of violent assaults on members of the Orthodox Jewish community in and around Lakewood, New Jersey.
Charges Brought For Fake Distributers of COVID-19 Vaccination Cards with Losses Exceeding $149 Million
The Department of Justice today announced criminal charges against 21 defendants in nine federal districts across the United States for their alleged participation in various health care related fraud schemes that exploited the COVID-19 pandemic.
Attorney General Ashley Moody is warning Floridians about a phone-based hacking scam that is increasing drastically.
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Health Minister Nitzan Hurwitz decided today that Israel‘s mask mandate will end on Saturday evening, April 23. This ruling means that, after more than two years, Israelis will be able to gather indoors without wearing masks.
In honor of the Yud Alef Nissan, the Rebbe’s 120th Birthday, the Lubavitch Mesivta of Miami, Klurman Mesivta, published their first ever Kovetz Ha’aros which contains close to 100 pages of Biurim and Chiddushim written by Hanhala, Talmidei Hashluchim and Bochurim.