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Strange as it may sound, this petition must be credited to the Supreme Court itself.
Gallup first conducted their Confidence in Institutions poll in 1973, around the time of the Watergate scandal. The ratings have been updated annually since 1983, except for in 1992.
ONE OF the more historic properties in Talbiyeh is up for sale with a NIS 30 million price tag.
“Kavanuagh” is not derived from Hebrew, but nevertheless, with this Supreme Court nomination process running as emotionally high as it did, the joke still elicits either a smile or a scowl.
By MICAH HALPERN
Opposition leader Tzipi Livni: Government "has a real problem with equality."
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
“What happened to the Kavanaugh family violates every notion of fairness, decency and due process."
By HADAS LABRISCH
After months of political wrangling the US Senate voted Saturday and confirmed Kavanaugh with a narrow majority.
The US first lady said the message of her tour to Ghana, Malawi, Kenya and Egypt was to show the world that "we care."
Trump made the claim Friday on Twitter hours after hundreds of protesters were detained during a sit-in rally in Washington D.C.
Thousands of anti-Kavanaugh protesters rallied outside the Supreme Court and entered a Senate office building. Hundreds of demonstrators were arrested, including actress Amy Schumer.
PIBA argued that emergency rules gave the interior minister the right to cancel residency statuses for clear and concrete security reasons.
Dankner claimed in his appeal that the conviction was based on factual presumptions that the court itself had rejected.
The groups against the decision were the National Council of Jewish Women and the Reform movement. Those praising the vote included the Republican Jewish Coalition and the Coalition for Jewish Values
By JOSEFIN DOLSTEN/JTA
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