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Sex-offender who died in custody, Epstein was laid to rest at the IJ Morris Star of David cemetery near Palm Beach, Florida.
Epstein was arrested on July 6 and pleaded not guilty to federal charges of sex trafficking involving underage girls as young as 14.
The hashtag "ClintonBodyCount" trended on twitter last month after Epstein was found injured and placed on suicide watch
Peres honors former US president with highest civilian honor as Clinton talks peace at the Presidential Conference in Jerusalem.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Money, unfortunately, was focus of much of discussion surrounding Peres’s 90th birthday celebrations, rather than the exceptional man himself.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Highly publicized gala evening Monday of the Peres Academic Center turned out to be one of the most meaningful events the country has ever known.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Western Wall Rabbi accompanies former US president as he tours in Old City; Clinton discusses budget with Finance Minister Lapid.
Former US president says "no alternative" to the creation of a Palestinian state; says Israel must "prepare for the worst."
By SHARON UDASIN
Bill Clinton, Barbra Streisand, AOL's Tim Armstrong, Tony Blair, Prince Albert of Monaco, and Other Leaders in Technology, Government, Science, Entertainment, and Education Among Featured Participants of Conference
By MATTHEW KRIEGER
The challenging retort of Moses to the tribes of Reuben and Gad should serve as a rejoinder to in NY protesting enlistment of yeshiva students.
By JERUSALEM POST READERS
Former US president sides with Republican Senator John McCain, urges aid to rebels to counter Russia, Iran, Hezbollah.
By MICHAEL WILNER, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT
Former US president will still be honoring Peres with speech, with appearance being paid for by friends of the Peres center.
The Clinton-JNF-Peres issue should raise a number of questions regarding the conduct of public organizations.
By MICHAEL TEPLITSKY
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