This exuberant and unique travel memoir is written in the voices of the story’s two leading protagonists, George and Lisa, who meet on-line in January 2007. After exchanging emails and dating, the couple travels to Fiji over the summer of 2008 where George...
L.A. city charter amendments aim to increase voter turnout
Boehner defends Netanyahu’s upcoming speech to Congress
At UCLA, the power of negative emotions
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Cartoon: Clock Repair
The politics of fear threatens Israel from without and within
The latest anti-shechitah crusade: A threat to Jewish rites is a threat to Jewish rights
Moving and shaking: Times of Israel gala, Nostre Aetate anniversary and ROSIES
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Thanks to Dave from Dave's Travel Corner for interviewing us about our world travels! We are honored to be included on his site and to share about our travels. Read a few of the fantastic questions below and the FULL INTERVIEW on Dave's Travel Corner
Q. What are your travel...
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From banned book to big business, the Bible makes a comeback in China:
NANJING, CHINA—The factory looks like it could be any plant in this export-driven nation. Hundreds of Chinese workers huddle over loud machines churning out large orders for customers at home and abroad.
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A Roman Catholic newspaper has reported the Malaysian government has reversed its decision to ban the publication over its use of the word Allah, easing tensions that had strained racial harmony in the multiethnic country.
In a surprising turnabout, the government...
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I had one night in Bangkok, and I was definitely feeling humbled by the traffic. My bus idled, stuck in one of this Thai capitol's infamous daily snarls. I had little idea where in the city I was or how far there was to go, only a destination. And, most agonizing of all, I had less...
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The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has condemned governments, clergy and parents who encourage children to participate in violent protests and pitched battles in the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
In a resolution adopted by its national membership of more than 60,000...