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Here’s why Marine Le Pen is confident she will be France’s next president

Here’s why Marine Le Pen is confident she will be France’s next president

The centrist Emmanuel Macron is a hit with young professionals, but the leader of the far-right National Front believes she'll attract more voters who feel left behind by immigration and globalization.

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Trump mourns Jewish Holocaust victims and vows to fight anti-Semitism in speech to Jewish group

Trump’s remarks honed close to Jewish communal talking points, a stark contrast from his administration's January statement on the Holocaust, which omitted mention of Jews.

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Palestinian man allegedly stabs four on Tel Aviv beachfront

The assailant, identified by police as an 18-year-old Palestinian, was captured and arrested.

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French Jews worried over Marine Le Pen’s success in presidential vote’s 1st round

Franncis Kalifat, president of the CRIF Jewish federation, called on voters to elect centrist Emmanuel Macron, who garnered the most votes in the election's first round.

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This young chef is trying to make Ashkenazi food cool

A Chicago caterer, 26, wants to "reshape the way people think about having kosher food."

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