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Why is adultery still a crime?

One of the curiosities of America's current presidential campaign is that the Republican front-runner is a self-confessed serial adulterer, yet few conservative voters seem to care. In “The Art of..
L.A. Times

George Foreman makes a case for Amir Khan beating Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez

Amir Khan isn’t relying on just his punching and foot speed to avoid getting struck by Saul “Canelo” Alvarez’s best power punches Saturday night in their pay-per-view fight at T-Mobile Arena in..
L.A. Times

Beersheba babies hospitalized at Soroka with rare infection

beersheba babies hospitalized at soroka with rare infection
Stool samples were taken, and they were found to be infected with E. coli bacteria.
Jerusalem Post

The Holocaust: Many villains, few heroes

the holocaust: many villains, few heroes
It is important to calibrate the responsibility of those who played very different roles in the Holocaust. This is a daunting task, but it must be undertaken if future genocides are to be deterred.
Jerusalem Post

Sean 'Diddy' Combs says what he really wants to do is act (so adios, music, again)

Sean Combs wants to be an actor when he grows up -- so much so that he says he's leaving music behind after the promised release of "No Way Out 2" and its attendant world tour, the dates of which have..
L.A. Times

No more riding on the wild side

no more riding on the wild side
Tel Aviv cyclists and pedestrians adjust to a new reality.
Jerusalem Post

Trapped for decades in a byzantine border dispute, these Indians are voting for the first time

At age 65, Tahalu Raiburman is preparing to vote for the first time. “I feel I am worth something,” the stooped, bare-bodied man said with a grin, deepening his wrinkles. Until last year, Tahalu..
L.A. Times

From rising Republican star to Hillary Clinton delegate

California politics updates: Waiting on ballot measures, convention aftermath May 2 2016, 11:11 AM Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California politics and government news. Our coverage..
L.A. Times

Fallen officers remembered at Capitol ceremony

California politics updates: Waiting on ballot measures, convention aftermath May 2 2016, 11:11 AM Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California politics and government news. Our coverage..
L.A. Times

Gold to visit Germany amid reports of strain in ties

gold to visit germany amid reports of strain in ties
On Thursday, Yom Hashoah, Gold is to take part and speak at a memorial service at Bergen-Belsen.
Jerusalem Post

Raising funds for destitute Shoah survivors

raising funds for destitute shoah survivors
The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) is requesting much-needed aid for the aging and impoverished survivors around the world.
Jerusalem Post

Lawyer: Journalist accused of pouring hot oil on mom ‘convicted by press’

lawyer: journalist accused of pouring hot oil on mom ‘convicted by press’
Sapir Nisani was arrested Friday after allegedly pouring a pot of boiling cooking oil onto her mother while she lay in her bedroom.
Jerusalem Post

Report: Deri probe expands to financial matters

report: deri probe expands to financial matters
Herzog strategist called him pitiful on Twitter
Jerusalem Post

Eight Months

eight months

Jerusalem Post

'Once Upon a Time': Finally escaping the Underworld, but one must stay behind

In the "Firebird" episode of "Once Upon a Time," our heroes make their way out of the Underworld with the help of Hades. That doesn't sound right, and of course it wasn't without a hitch:  Someone..
L.A. Times

Former IDF chief criticizes PM's handling of Hebron soldier

Benny Gantz praised Ya'alon and IDF chief of staff Gadi Eizenkot for maintaining the values of the IDF.
Jerusalem Post

Actor Thomas Middleditch finds a home with history in Hollywood Hills

Actor, writer and comedian Thomas Middleditch, who stars in the HBO series “Silicon Valley,” has bought a house in Hollywood Hills for $1.5 million. Set up from the street behind fences and..
L.A. Times

Britney Spears set to perform at the Billboard Awards

The pop star who famously blew minds with her snake-equipped rendition of “I’m a Slave 4 U” on the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards will perform on this month’s Billboard Music Awards, the show..
L.A. Times

Brad Weston to step down as CEO of 'Revenant' producer New Regency

Hollywood veteran Brad Weston will step down as president and chief executive of New Regency, the Los Angeles film production company behind "The Revenant" and "Birdman."  Weston's impending..
L.A. Times

At LAXArt, boundary-blurring drawing as a form of sculpture

In a thoughtful, engaging exhibition at LAXArt, Karl Haendel and Tony Lewis explore the practice of drawing in its many modes and guises. The works include photo-realistic renderings, abstract..
L.A. Times

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