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Nonprofits, notably Jewish federations, would be forced to disburse donor-advised funds in that time frame.
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The neighborhood has been the site of legal battles and protests rooted in the competing broader Israeli and Palestinian claims to eastern Jerusalem.
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A federal grant program for energy efficiency is based on the nonprofit security grant program launched in the mid-2000s
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Court sessions requiring the defendant's presence will be limited to about two hours a day in connection with his age.
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Herzl Camp is one of a string of camps nationwide that saw COVID outbreaks in July as case numbers surged in the U.S.
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The loss means that Israel will leave Tokyo with just one win out of five games, a poor showing in what many had hoped would be a breakout year for Israeli baseball.
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