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Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner take their kids to Yom Kippur service
Ivanka, 36, was joined by her daughter Arabella, seven, and son Theodore, two, when she left her Washington, D.C. home on WednesdayThe family was seen walking to a local synagogue in celebration of Yom KippurJared Kushner, 37, was seen making his way to the synagogue with their four-year-old son Jos
Jared Kushner's daughter Arabella watches as he heads out to work
Arabella watched as her father, 37, left the family home in Washington, D.C. around 7:25 on his morning commute on Monday morningShe stood at the door while Jared made his way out, flashing a smile in direction of the cameras along the wayArabella is Jared's eldest child with Ivanka Trump, 36. The c
Video: Jared Kushner and son Joseph walk to synagogue for Yom Kippur | Daily Mail Online
Jared Kushner, the son-in-law to President Donald Trump, and his 4-year-old son Joseph walk to synagogue for Yom Kippur service. His wife, Ivanka Trump left for the service an hour later with their other children...
Karlie Kloss says no thanks to Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s White House politics
Supermodel Karlie Kloss will soon have Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump as in-laws. According to anti-Trump media, Karlie ‘realizes that her marriage to Jared’s younger brother Joshua Kushner will inevitably be viewed in connection to the divisive presidency of Donald Trump’. But, Karlie Kloss has tra
Tel Aviv Diary: Kushner and Trump must learn diplomacy is more complicated than real estate | Opinion
Late last night, a funeral took place in the K’far Etzion cemetery. The burial was of American-born Ari Fuld, a 45 year-old father of four, resident of Efrat (one of the oldest Jewish towns on the West Bank) who was brutally stabbed by a 17-year-old Palestinian youth in a lone wolf attack. Fuld foug
The Major Way Ivanka & Jared's Body Language Has Changed Over The Years
When you look at photos of them together over time, you'll notice subtle differences in their body language. In the past, we reported that theylike to hold hands— a lot.Body languageexpertPatti Wood, author ofSnap: Making the Most of First Impressions, Body Language, and Charisma, noticed that in ma
Opinion | The Broken Pieces of Middle East Peace
This week marks the 40th anniversary of the Camp David accords — the high-water mark of Middle East peacemaking. How far we have fallen since then. It makes you weep.Rather than a breakthrough, Israelis and Palestinians seem to be inching closer and closer to a total breakdown. Without some dramatic
Analysis | The Health 202: Obscure provision in House opioids' bill could restart war on drugs
Attorney General Jeff Sessions tells a law enforcement conference in Alabama that "some of our government officials, media and Hollywood elites in this country have sent mixed messages, even harmful messages about drugs". Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Trump claims he’s not worried about Manafort’s deal with Mueller
“I’m not, because if he’s honest, and he is, I think he’s going to tell – as long as he tells the truth, it’s 100 percent,” the president said Wednesday as he left the White House en route to North and South Carolina where he was going to survey damage from Hurricane Florence.
Film Review: Fahrenheit 11/9
Because Moore’s latest provocation isn’t simply two hours of Trump controversies, soundbites, gossip and rallies. (Although, of course, there’s some of all of that.) Don’t go in expecting to see much of Trump’s most polarizing speeches or outrageous tweets, either.
Trump’s Growing Legal Team Has a Problem: It’s Operating Partly in the Dark
John Dowd, the first head of President Trump’s legal team, pursued a strategy of cooperation with the special counsel investigation into Russian influence in the 2016 election.
Why Manafort's Flip May Matter More Than 25 Russian Indictments
Paul Manafort is now cooperating with the special counsel probe into interference in the 2016 election. For much of the past year, whenever a major new indictment has come down in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, we've been showingyouaversion of this chart. As Mueller's probe into R
Trump Tax Law Has Led to Repatriation of Just 3% of the Cash He Promised It Would
The amount of cash that has flowed back to the U.S. after Donald Trump's massive tax law overhaul is just 3.5 percent of what the president predicted. The revamp ended the practice of taxing U.S. companies when they brought home foreign profits, with Trump predicting: "Over $4 [trillion], but close
Community | Trump’s Aid Cuts Hurt The Most Vulnerable Palestinian Children
While receiving her dialysis treatment at East Jerusalem’s Augusta Victoria hospital last week, nine-year-old Amani Hababa broke into laughter. Two rednosed therapeutic clowns were singling her out for special attention, babbling nonsense verses, playing guitar and singing “Amani is the sweetest.” S
When strongmen fight: The US and Turkey need diplomats to resolve their conflict
Relations between Turkey and the United States have grown increasingly strained, as the disagreement over a jailed pastor has devolved into a personal fight between two strongmen. These like-minded leaders should empower their diplomats to find a way forward before they do lasting damage to bilatera
Trump's tariffs won't bite Apple, illustrating Tim Cook's political sway
Apple CEO Tim Cook attends a state dinner at the White House in April. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) Apple chief executive Tim Cook has been one of President Trump's staunchest critics in Silicon Valley, opposing the White House on immigration, climate change and more. But the 57-year-old tec
Robert Mueller seeks November sentencing for Michael Flynn, signaling end of his use to Russia probe
President Trumps former national security adviser Mike Flynn pleaded guilty on Friday to lying to FBI agents about his contacts with Russias ambassador, and agreed to cooperate with prosecutors. --Jack Gruber, USA TODAYFullscreen
Kushner: Palestinians Lost US Aid Because They Vilified the Government - JOL
Jared Kushner, adviser and son-in-law of US President Donald Trump, referred to the cessation of financial aid to Palestinians by saying that “Palestinian leaders deserve to lose American aid because they vilify the government.The statement was made in an exclusive interview with The New York Times.
Mayor took donation from Gulch developer as critics focus on Trump connection - SaportaReport
The donation appears on page 67 of Bottoms’campaign disclosure reportthat was filed Nov. 30, 2017, for the reporting period occurring up to six days before the run-off election.
Trump's Palestinian aid cuts further peace, says Kushner
Jared Kushner, who serves as a senior adviser to US President Donald Trump, spoke with theNew York Timeson the 25th anniversary of the conclusion of the Oslo peace accords. While the agreements were intended to facilitate a lasting peace between Israel and the Palestinians, critics of the agreement