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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
After news of former US president's $500,000 price tag for gala speech, organization says his participation will up global initiatives.
By SHARON UDASIN
Yedioth: Former president's Clinton Global Initiative received $500,000 for 45-minute speech at upcoming event honoring Peres.
By GLOBES AND JPOST.COM STAFF
Cardozo Law School’s wrongheaded honoring of Jimmy Carter can provide an educational moment to weigh if indeed, he deserves the accolade.
By ALAN M. DERSHOWITZ
Conservatives say liberal pro-Israel US group is still a minnow next to AIPAC and is overstating its influence.
Worldwide social good competition will grant $1 million to winning team.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
The lesson for the rest of us mere mortals is that if someone with the iron discipline of General Petraeus can err this big, we all need to be on our guard.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
Course is set for US-Israel ties, regardless of election; Iran the main focus with emphasis on diplomacy, not war.
Legendary Jewish singer talks family, Romney and environment at first show of her "Back to Brooklyn" tour.
By LAURA GOLDMAN, SPECIAL TO THE JERUSALEM POST
Savir's Corner: Bill Clinton has the necessary character and capacities to implement a proactive American Middle East policy, under President Obama as of 2013, if indeed he is reelected.
By URI SAVIR
Given the state of the economy, by any historical standard, Barack Obama should be 15 points behind Mitt Romney. Why is he tied? The empathy gap.
By Charles Krauthammer
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