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Proven Way to Increase the Life Expectancy of an ALS Patient by Three Times the Expected Norm

Is it true that ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, causes those diagnosed with the disease to die within 5 years of their diagnose? The answer is yes, if the patient doesn’t get the right care. But the right care is not something that insurance plans pay for,  as extending life is simply not their goal. The average cost of caring for a person with ALS over the course of the disease is easily 2 million dollars, but by spending money on the proper care of a patient with ALS, the individual’s life can be extended by up to fifteen years or three times as much.…

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Rep. Velázquez, Colleagues Press NYPD On Anti-Semitism

Rep. Nydia M. Velázquez (D-NY) has led Democratic Members of the New York City Congressional delegation in pressing the New York Police Department (NYPD) for answers on how they are combatting what appears to be a recent wave of anti-Semitic acts. The letter comes shortly after a Columbia University professor found swastikas spray-painted in her office.

“Hate crimes and anti-Semitism have no place in our city, nation or society,” said Velázquez.…

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REPORT: Aron Hakodesh is Hidden in Ethiopian Church; Researchers Claim to Have Seen Items Used in Bais Hamikdash

The US-based Bible Archaeology Search and Exploration Institute (BASE) has announced that its scholars have (allegedly) pinpointed the location of the Aron Hakodesh from the Bais Hamikdash.

According to the BASE archaeologists, the Ark, a chest said to contain the two stone tablets inscribed with the Aseres Hadibros, was first shipped out to Egypt and then taken to Ethiopia.

“As unusual as this may sound, the BASE team has uncovered compelling evidence that the Ark may well have been spirited up the Nile River to an eventual resting place in the remote highlands of ancient Kush–modern-day Ethiopia,” BASE said, noting that while their theory is not 100 percent foolproof, it has “strong potential.”

The researchers claim that “a sect of Jews driven by King Manasseh from Israel took the Ark with them and transported it to Egypt from where they eventually sailed up the Nile to Ethiopia”.…

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Survey: US Manufacturing Grew In November

U.S. manufacturers expanded at a faster pace in November as new orders surged, a positive sign for domestic economic growth heading into 2019.

The Institute for Supply Management, an association of purchasing managers, said Monday its manufacturing index rose to 59.3 last month from 57.7 in October. Readings above 50 point to growth and manufacturers have expanded for the past 27 months.…

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Hamas Sentences 6 Palestinians To Death For Collaborating With Israel In Botched Gaza Operation

A Hamas-controlled military court on Monday sentenced six Palestinians to death for allegedly collaborating with Israel.

The court sentenced another eight defendants in Gaza to prison for various periods.

It was the most verdicts to be issued on a single day since the Islamic terrorist group wrested control of the territory from the internationally-backed Palestinian Authority in 2007.

Hamas has executed 28 Palestinians, the majority on charges of aiding Israeli security and intelligence agencies, since 2007.…

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Washington To Pay Respects, Bid Farewell To George H.W. Bush

George H.W. Bush is set to embark on his final tour of Washington, the capital city that is remembering the 41st president’s lifetime of public service that began in the Navy during World War II, ended with one term as president and was characterized throughout by what admirers say was his innate decency, generosity and kindness.

In Texas, students, staff and visitors have been flocking to Bush’s presidential library on the campus of Texas A&M University, with thousands of mourners paying their respects at a weekend candlelight vigil at a nearby pond and others contributing to growing flower memorials at Bush statues at both the library and a park in downtown Houston.…

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US Urges Europe To Impose Sanctions On Iran Over Missiles

The Trump administration is urging Europe to impose tough new sanctions on Iran over its ballistic missile program.

The U.S. and others condemned an Iranian missile launch over the weekend.

U.S. special envoy for Iran Brian Hook rejected Iran’s insistence that its missile program is defensive. He told reporters traveling to Brussels with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that Iran’s missile development and testing is a threat and in defiance of U.N.…

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IT’S REAL: 1st New Concourse Opening At LaGuardia Airport

A new concourse with 18 gates is opening this weekend at LaGuardia Airport, part of a broader plan to modernize the dilapidated and oft-mocked facility.

The new gates are part of LaGuardia’s Terminal B and will open to passengers Saturday. The concourse also includes additional dining and shopping for those traveling through the airport.

All told, the $8 billion plan to modernize LaGuardia includes 72 gates in six concourses and two new arrival and departure halls, for a total of 2.7 million square feet.…

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Infant Swallows ENTIRE Pacifier During Sleep: Doctors At Hadassah Successfully Extricate It Via His Throat

A one-and-a-half-year-old baby was taken by ambulance to the emergency room at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital after swallowing his entire pacifier while asleep in the caretaker’s home in the Kiryat Yovel neighborhood in Jerusalem.

After she noticed that the pacifier in his mouth was stuck deep in his throat and could not be pulled out, she quickly evacuated him to the clinic of the nearby HMO and from there by ambulance to Hadassah.…

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Indian Police Break Up International Computer Virus Scam

Indian police said Thursday they have arrested nearly two dozen people on suspicion of defrauding people around the world by sending fake pop-up messages warning them that their computers were infected with a virus and offering to fix the problem at a price.

Police officer Ajay Pal Sharma said those arrested Tuesday and Wednesday posed as representatives of Microsoft and other companies and used their logos.…

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Dutch Rail Company To Pay Reparations For WWII Deportations

The Dutch national railway company is setting up a commission to investigate how it can pay individual reparations for its role in mass deportations of Jews by Nazi occupiers during World War II.

In a written statement, the rail company, NS, said that its involvement in the deportations “is a black page in the history of our country and our company.”

Company spokesman Erik Kroeze said Wednesday that the commission will look at making payments to Dutch Holocaust survivors and direct family members of Jews who died at the hands of the Nazis.…

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Michael Cohen Pleads Guilty To Lying To Congress; Gave Mueller 70 Hours Of Testimony

Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s former lawyer, has pleaded guilty to lying to Congress about work he did on a Trump real estate deal in Russia.

Cohen made a surprise appearance Thursday in a New York courtroom at around 9 a.m.

He admitted to making false statements in 2017 to the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence about a plan to build a Trump Tower in Moscow.…

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Government Seeking A 4-Month Extension To IDF Draft Law From High Court

The Government of Israel is requesting a four-month extension from the High Court of Justice regarding the deadline to pass a new draft bill into law. The current deadline has almost arrived, December 2, 2018, and clearly, the current administration hasn’t a chance to pass the bill before the deadline. The reason given to justify the request is the resignation of Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman.…

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Pence, Kushner Push For Criminal Justice Reform

Vice President Mike Pence and President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, visited Capitol Hill Tuesday as lawmakers from both parties push Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to hold a vote on a rewrite of the nation’s criminal justice sentencing laws.

A rare bipartisan coalition — including Trump, lawmakers from both parties, liberal advocacy groups and major GOP donors — is advocating passage of the criminal justice bill.…

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Hundreds Of Bodies Exhumed From Mass Grave In Syria’s Raqqa

Syrian workers have exhumed more than 500 bodies from one of the largest mass graves near the northern city of Raqqa, once the capital of the Islamic State group’s self-styled caliphate, and are still uncovering remains, a local official said Tuesday.

The exhumation of mass graves in and around Raqqa is being undertaken by local groups and first responders amid concerns about the preservation of bodies and evidence for possible war crimes trials.…

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Saudi Crown Prince Visits Tunisia Amid Khashoggi Protests

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is encountering something in Tunisia that he doesn’t see often: public anger.

Amid international concern about the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, some 200 protesters gathered in central Tunis on Monday night to protest the prince’s Tuesday arrival for talks with the Tunisian president.

A banner showing a doctored image of the prince holding a bone saw hung on the headquarters of the Tunisian journalists union.…

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Prosecutors Seek Sanctions Against El Chapo Lawyers

Prosecutors asked a judge on Tuesday to sanction the defense team for Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman for facilitating “unauthorized” contact between the Mexican drug lord and his wife during his federal trial in Brooklyn.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York filed heavily redacted court papers citing surveillance footage in which Guzman’s wife, Emma Coronel, was seen in possession of a cellphone in violation of courthouse policy.…

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Associate Of Trump Confidant Roger Stone Said To Reject Plea

A conspiracy theorist and associate of Trump confidant Roger Stone told news organizations on Monday that he is rejecting a plea offer in the special counsel’s Russia investigation.

Jerome Corsi said in interviews with NBC, CNN and other outlets that he was offered a chance to plead guilty to one count of perjury. But he said he plans to reject the deal because it would force him to admit to willfully lying, which he said he did not do.…

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Suspected US Drone Strike Kills 6 Al-Qaida Fighters In Yemen

Yemeni tribal leaders say a suspected U.S. drone strike killed six alleged al-Qaida militants in the country’s southwest.

The tribal leaders say an unmanned aircraft targeted an al-Qaida hideout in al-Qrishia district in Bayda province on Sunday, killing two commanders and four other militants.

The tribal leaders spoke on condition of anonymity, fearing for their own safety.

Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, as the Yemeni group is known, has long been considered the network’s most dangerous branch and has attempted to carry out attacks on the U.S.…

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