Sickle Cell Disease and Social Security
By Linda Wilson

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — September 15, 2022 — Did you know that September is Sickle Cell Awareness Month? Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) is a lifelong battle with pain and multiple medical complications that often result in shortened lifespans. The Sickle Cell Disease Association of America – and its member organizations – raise awareness to help find better treatments and a universal …

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By Linda Wilson

Munich Olympics Massacre 50 Years Later
By Jonathan Feldstein

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — September 15, 2022 — Last week, Mika Slavin, and all Israel should have been celebrating.  We should have been celebrating the milestone of Israel’s first Olympic medal, 50 years ago. Instead, it was a day of mourning: the 50th anniversary of the massacre of 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympic games, and specifically the murder …

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ATTENTION ALL YONKERS POLICE TIP 411 USERS – UPGRADED ALERT SYSTEM REQUIRES NEW SYSTEM SIGN-UP; Present System to End on September 30th

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  YONKERS, NY — September 14, 2022 — The Yonkers Police Department is switching over to a new Motorola Solutions Emergency and Community Alert Notification System and Tip Submission System. These new systems will be part of an integrated technologies platform in an effort to enhance police operations and services. The existing Tip411 platform will be turned off on 9/30/2022; …

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Study Finds No Abortion Access for 40 Percent of Female Troops
By Jaqueline Feldscher

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Impacting Personnel, Pentagon, Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Space Force WASHINGTON, D.C. — September 14, 2022 — RAND (Research and Development) says it’s “not unreasonable” that the lack of abortion access will make women more likely to leave service. Jacqueline Feldscher is Senior National Security Correspondent, Defense One* WASHINGTON, DC — September 14, 2022 — Because of the Supreme …

TribuneStudy Finds No Abortion Access for 40 Percent of Female Troops
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Our Justice System Can’t Protect Us
By Bob Weir

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FLOWER MOUND, TX — September 13, 2022 — Every time I see a news story about another grisly crime, committed by someone with a long rap sheet, it makes me realize how vulnerable we are to the criminals in our orbit. Once upon a time, there was something called a “3-time loser,” meaning that someone arrested 3 times for serious …

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Masks No Longer Required on Westchester County Bee-Line Buses

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White Plains, Westchester County, NY — September 7, 2022 — Effective immediately, masks will no longer be required on Westchester County Bee-Line Buses, and Bee-Line ParaTransit.  Earlier today, New York Governor Kathy Hochul removed the mask requirement on public transportation. Westchester County Executive George Latimer said: “Largely steady COVID rates are making COVID part of our new reality, but not …

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Alito’s Financial Disclosure Shows Teaching Income, Speaking Engagements, and Stock Ownership
By Amy Howe

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — September 7, 2022 — Justice Samuel Alito earned $24,000 in 2021 for teaching gigs at two law schools, and he continued to own a wide range of stocks, according to his recently released annual financial disclosure. Each justice is required to file a financial disclosure every year by May 15 with the Administrative Office of the U.S. …

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Follow up on the 80th Anniversary Memorial Event Commemorating the Jewish Community of Kanczuga
By Jonathan Feldstein

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — September 7, 2022 — Yesterday, I had the privilege to host one of the most meaningful and emotional events of my life. I knew it was important to do, but didn’t know how significant it would be. The event was very personal, a commemoration of the 80th anniversary of the murder of my great grandparents and their …

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On the Death of Two Arab Journalists in Israel
By Jonathan Feldstein

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — September 7, 2022 — News this week in Israel included the death of two Arab journalists, in different locations, under different circumstances, and unrelated.  But the circumstances, accusations, and double standards are glaring and need to be discussed.  This week, months after Palestinian Arab-American Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu-Akleh was killed in Jenin, following a lengthy investigation, …

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Socio-Economic Research Scholar Oren M. Levin Waldman and Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor Hezi Aris on Westchester On the Level – Wednesday, September 7, 2022 From 10am-12 Noon

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eHeziSocio-Economic Research Scholar Oren M. Levin Waldman and Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor Hezi Aris on Westchester On the Level – Wednesday, September 7, 2022 From 10am-12 Noon