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Quiet on the set," shouts a production assistant, and silence falls over the fake marble floor of a studio designed to look like a conference room in Jerusalem's King David Hotel.
As a makeup artist dabs more powder on the forehead of Yaakov Perry, former head of Israel's Shin...
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Jewish district attorneys and subordinate judicial officers are among the 36 candidates seeking to fill nine Los Angeles County Superior Court judge vacancies in Tuesday's primary election.
One interesting Superior Court race is for Office 69, where the five candidates include two...