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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Saturday, September 23, 2017


Business mogul and prominent Jewish philanthropist Sheldon Adelson has thrown his support behind GOP presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich in the form of a $5 million campaign donation. Many hope that the contribution will help revive Newt’s struggling campaign. Following his unsuccessful bid in the Iowa caucuses, supporters of Newt Gingrich were slowly losing confidence in the Republican nominee. With Mitt Romney edging out a narrow victory over staunch conservative Rick Santorum in Iowa, and libertarian Ron Paul earning a third-place victory, some saw Gingrich’s poor performance as signaling the imminent decline of his campaign.
However, talks of a potential resurgence of the former Speaker of the House in the fast-paced primary season resurfaced this Friday, when American billionaire Sheldon Adelson offered a handsome contribution of $5 million to a “super PAC” supporting Gingrich. The independent committee wasted little time in expressing its interest to take full advantage of the largesse; it

President Barack Obama talks with Chief of Staff Bill Daley and Jack Lew, Director of the Office of Management and Budget, before making a statement to the press in the State Dining Room of the White House, Jan. 9, 2012. The President announced Daley’s resignation and that Lew will serve as his next chief of staff. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)It has been less than a month since Jacob (Jack) Lew kindled the National Menorah in front of the White House. When he did so, Lew was director of the White House Office of Management and Budget (a position he had also held under the Clinton administration).  Now, President Barack Obama is appointing Lew as White House’s new Chief of Staff.
Obama announced the appointment after thanking outgoing Chief of Staff Bill Daley, who resigned last week. The president said that he would “deeply miss” the

News media in Northeast Asia are reporting details of alleged cooperation between Iran and North Korea in trying to build atomic bombs. Such joint activities have been suspected for years.
South Korea’s foreign ministry and the national intelligence service say they cannot comment on fresh reports linking Pyongyang’s atomic efforts to Iran.
Officials with the agencies considered at the forefront of monitoring North Korea’s nuclear programs say the allegations, apparently leaked by diplomats in

AJC Urges Obama to Approve Keystone Pipeline ProjectThe American Jewish Committee has urged President Obama to approve the Keystone XL pipeline construction as a vital step for strengthening energy security, particularly crucial following recent threats by Iran to block a major oil supply channel.
"As if to emphasize the need for urgent action, just this week, in direct response to pending U.S. economic sanctions, Iran threatened to blockade the Strait of Hormuz—a move that, if carried out, would have profound economic and strategic