Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Middle East Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Middle East | Netanyahu-Trump Partnership Is Stronger Than Ever. Are These Its Final Days? Advertisement Supported by ByDavid M. Halbfinger March 10, 2019 JERUSALEM — In his increasingly uphill re-election battle, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s secret weapon is no secret. It’s President Trump. Giant campaign billboards went up in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem a month ago showing the prime minister and the president shaking hands and grinning under the words “A Different League,” implicitly dismissing Mr. Netanyahu’s challengers as amateurs. Hours before Israel’s attorney general announced his intention to indict Mr. Netanyahu on corruption charges last month, Mr. Trump told reporters in Vietnam that the Israeli leader was “tough, smart, strong” and … [Read more...] about Netanyahu-Trump Partnership Is Stronger Than Ever. Are These Its Final Days?
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By Bob D’Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. — A judge Thursday ruled that a New Jersey couple who raised more than $400,000 for a homeless veteran has until Friday afternoon to hand over what is left of the cash, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported. >> Read more trending news Superior Court Judge Paula T. Dow ordered Kate McClure, 28, and Mark D'Amico, 35, to transfer the money into an escrow account by Friday afternoon and hire a forensic accountant to review the financial records within 10 days. Johnny Bobbitt, a former Marine living under a ramp on I-95, gave McClure his last $20 when she ran out of gas on the intestate in Philadelphia. After McClure posted about the act of kindness on Facebook, she and D’Amico set up a GoFundMe page that raised more than $400,000 within a week for Bobbitt, 35."The funds should be removed from (D'Amico's and McClure's control) and frozen," Dow said. … [Read more...] about Couple who raised $400K for homeless veteran Johnny Bobbitt ordered to turn over cash
By The Washington Post | August 25, 2018 at 4:16 pm The Washington Post · Cleve R. Wootson Jr., Kristine Phillips The act of kindness seemed destined to pull Johnny Bobbitt from the depths of homelessness and drug abuse he struggled with on the day Kate McClure’s car sputtered to a stop in front of him. She was a motorist on Interstate 95 in Philadelphia who found herself stuck on an off-ramp, scared and out of gas. He was a homeless veteran who told her to lock her doors, then spent his last $20 on that day in October to bring her a canister of fuel. Later she sought to repay the favor, first with cereal bars and warm socks and spare dollars, then with a GoFundMe campaign to raise money so the Good Samaritan would not have to sleep under a bridge. Bobbitt, she told anyone who would listen, deserved a fresh start. “I wish that I could do more for this selfless man, who went out of his way just to help me that day,” she said in the GoFundMe … [Read more...] about They raised $400,000 for a homeless man – who said they spent it on vacations, casinos and a BMW
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NORTHFIELD – Adam Favro lopped off a lock of Duane Kaczmarek's hair the other day at Bridge Square Barbers as the two discussed the political discord thriving around them. "There is that four-letter word — hate, which is really prevalent. The question is how do you join people together?" said Kaczmarek, 74, a retired tax accountant. Favro, the 27-year-old barber, said, "It is very, very, very split. There are protests here every Saturday." The fractured and motivated mood of Minnesota voters was evident in dozens of interviews across the state last week, just days ahead of Tuesday's primary election. Many voters said the stakes are historically high, with state policies on taxes, education and health care on the line — along with the future of Donald Trump's presidency and agenda. An open governor's race, two U.S. Senate campaigns and multiple competitive U.S. House races make Minnesota a critical battleground. "Everything is riding on these midterms and the election … [Read more...] about Minnesota voters are divided, energized