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WATCH IT: See How Regime Showed North Korean Citizens The Trump-Kim Summit

North Koreans are getting a new look at U.S. President Donald Trump now that his summit with leader Kim Jong Un is over and it’s a far cry from the “dotard” label their government slapped on him last year.

Previously, even on a good day, the best he might get was “Trump.” No honorifics. No signs of respect. Now, he’s being called “the president of the United States of America.” Or “President Donald J.…

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Roller Coaster Derails In Florida; Riders Plunge 34 Feet, 6 Injured

Two passengers fell 34 feet (10 meters) to the ground Thursday night when a roller coaster derailed and authorities had to pull eight others to safety high above the Daytona Beach Boardwalk.

“The front car which was holding four passengers completely came off the tracks,” said Daytona Beach Fire spokeswoman Sasha Staton, adding that the two passengers suffered traumatic injuries when they fell from that car.…

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Judge Jails Ex-Trump Campaign Chair Manafort Ahead Of Trial

President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort is going to jail.

On Friday, Manafort was ordered into custody after a federal judge revoked his house arrest, citing newly filed obstruction of justice charges. The move by U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson made Manafort the first Trump campaign official to be jailed as part of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.…

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Sephardic Posek HaRav Mutzafi Has New Psak For Parents – Don’t Give Your Children Bikes

HaRav Bentzion Mutzafi, a prominent Sephardi posek in Eretz Yisrael, explained on Sunday, 27 Sivan that due to the many tragedies that have occurred, parents should not permit their children to play on bicycles.

The rav was recently asked by a talmid, who spoke of the 7-year-old boy from a Southern Hebron Hills community, who died as a result of a bicycle accident this past erev Shabbos.…

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Levaya of R’ Moshe Binik Z”L; Renowned Baal Chesed; Owner Of Moisha’s & KRM Supermarkets In Flatbush & Boro Park

YWN regrets to inform you of the Petira of Reb Moshe Binik, a well known Baal-Chesed in Flatbush, and the owner of the mammoth KRM Kollel Supermarket in Boro Park and Moisha’s Discount Supermarket in Flatbush. He was 81.

R’ Moshe spent his life doing Chesed, most of it quietly, behind the scenes, as he dedicated himself to the needs of the community for decades, an askan when nobody talked about askanus.…

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BOMBSHELL REPORT: FBI Agent Texted ‘We’ll Stop’ Trump From Becoming President

FBI agent Peter Strzok texted a fellow bureau official in August 2016 that “we’ll stop” Donald Trump from becoming president, the Justice Department inspector general reportedly reveals in his highly anticipated report on the Hillary Clinton email case.

The Washington Post reported that Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report includes an August 2016 text message exchange between Strzok and then-FBI lawyer Lisa Page about Trump’s chance of being elected president.…

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WATCH: Trump’s Weight Remark Nearly Caused High Stakes Nuke Summit To Go Belly Up

It was the moment the summit could have gone belly up! As President Donald Trump, Kim Jong Un and their teams gathered for lunch, the U.S. president engaged in some banter with photographers.

“Getting a good picture everybody,” asked Trump, “so we look nice and handsome and thin?”

Kim and his team exchanged what appeared to be an uneasy glance.

The moment of tension passed and the group feasted on a menu of Korean and Western dishes.…

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Outrage After Tel-Aviv U Graduation Ceremony Nixes “Hatikvah” In Order Not To Offend Arab Students

In a first, Tel-Aviv University’s Faculty of Humanities decided to nix the singing of Israel’s national anthem during its graduation ceremony in order not to offend Arab students.

According to a report by Channel 10, the new Dean of the Humanities Faculty, Professor Leo Corry, ordered to cancel the singing of Hatikvah “out of consideration of the feelings of Arab students.” Instead, the ceremony held last week concluded with Israeli singer Arik Einstein’s song, “Me and You.”

The news sparked outrage among students at the university.…

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Bitcoin Hits 4-Month Low After Currency Exchange Theft

The price of bitcoin has fallen to a four-month low of $6,370, days after South Korean virtual currency exchange Coinrail said hackers had stolen over $37 million, or almost a third of the virtual currency it had stored.

After Coinrail announced the theft, the price of bitcoin dropped $500 in an hour and it has continued to slide.

The decline also follows a Wall Street Journal report that U.S.…

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Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner Made At Least $83 Million While Working In White House

Financial disclosure forms released late Monday show that White House special adviser — and President Donald Trump’s son-in-law — Jared Kushner’s wealth and debt both appear to have risen over the year, an indication of the complex state of his finances and the potential conflicts that confront some of his investments.

Disclosures issued by the White House for Kushner and his wife, Trump’s daughter Ivanka, showed that Kushner held assets totaling at least $181 million.…

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For World, Trump-Kim Summit Raises Cautious Hope For Peace

South Koreans cheered, Iran warned that President Donald Trump should not be trusted and China said it may be time to discuss lifting sanctions on North Korea as Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un held an unprecedented summit Tuesday in Singapore.

Around Asia and the world, many have welcomed the flurry of diplomacy in recent months between the two adversaries, after a year of mounting tension, threats and name-calling.…

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Real Estate Syndicated Deal

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80-Story 3 World Trade Center To Open After Years Of Delays

An 80-story office building opened Monday at the World Trade Center. It is the third completed skyscraper at the site where the twin towers stood.

Monday’s ribbon-cutting for the 1,079-foot (329-meter) 3 World Trade Center marked a major step in the rebuilding of the site, stalled for years by disputes among government agencies, trade center developer Larry Silverstein, insurers and 9/11 victims’ family members who wanted the entire site to be preserved for eternity as a memorial.…

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OUTRAGE: 96-Year-Old Woman in Wheelchair Subjected to Full Body TSA Pat Down

A now-viral video of Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officials patting down a 96-year-old woman in a wheelchair at Washington Dulles International Airport has outraged viewers.

Jeanne LaBrier Clarkson shared the six-minute clip of her nonagenarian mother, Evelyn LaBrier, being screened in her wheelchair by two female TSA security agents at the Virginia airport. Clarkson, LaBrier and Clarkson’s fiancee were enroute to Anderson, Indiana.…

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New York Man Faces Sentencing For Trying To Join ISIS

The government is recommending a 15-year sentence for an upstate New York man who traveled to Turkey to try to join the Islamic State group.

Arafat Nagi faces sentencing Monday in federal court in Buffalo, where he pleaded guilty in January to attempting to provide material support to a terrorist organization.

Prosecutors say the 47-year-old Lackawanna man traveled to Turkey in 2012 and 2014 with plans to meet members of the Islamic State group.…

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TALKS MOVING QUICKER THAN EXPECTED: Trump To Depart Early From Historic Summit With Kim

In the latest twist in the drama-filled nuclear talks with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, President Donald Trump announced on the eve of their historic meeting that he will be leaving Singapore early because the nuclear negotiations have moved “more quickly than expected.”

That was before the two had even met, and it was not clear whether it was good news or not.…

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8 Israelis Among 500 Arrested In Philippines For Alleged Online Fraud

Philippine police arrested nearly 500 people, including eight Israeli nationals, who they say were involved in an online investment fraud that victimized people overseas, including in Australia and South Africa, police said Thursday.

In one of the Philippines’ biggest anti-cybercrime busts in years, police chief Oscar Albayalde said 474 Filipino employees and the Israelis were taken into custody following the raid on three buildings in Clark Freeport, a former U.S.…

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Pulse Nightclub ISIS Terror Attack Survivors Sue Orlando, Its Police

Almost two years after a massacre at an Orlando nightclub left 49 people dead and 53 injured, some of the surviving victims were filing a lawsuit in federal court Thursday saying the city and police didn’t do enough to try to stop the shooter.

More than 35 victims have signed on as plaintiffs, accusing the city and its officers violated the Constitutional rights of those who were injured and killed on June 12, 2016, when Omar Mateen opened fire at Pulse.…

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ALERT – NY State Police ‘Speed-Week Crackdown’ Is Underway

The New York State Police will conduct a week-long enforcement initiative to crack down on speeding and aggressive drivers across the state. The “Speed Week” campaign starts today and runs through Wednesday, June 13.

New York State Police Superintendent George P. Beach II said, “Our top priority, as with all traffic enforcement, is safety. The public can do their part to keep our streets safe simply by slowing down.…

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Starbucks Raising Price Of A Brewed Coffee

That Starbucks habit has gotten got a little more expensive.

Starbucks said Thursday it has raised the price of a regular drip coffee by 10 cents to 20 cents in most U.S. stores, putting a small brewed coffee at $1.95 to $2.15 in most locations.

The company said prices haven’t changed on drinks such as lattes and iced coffees in most stores.…

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