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Dems Keep Control of the Senate, GOP Takes the House Democrats were guaranteed to keep their majority in the Senate when Nevada senator Catherine Cortez Masto was declared the winner of her faceoff with Republican challenger Adam Laxalt. Her win clinched the chamber for Democrats, giving them the 50 seats needed regardless of the outcome …

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One-Pan Minute Steak with Noodles

This recipe has been a big hit. One-pan dishes like this, which are both family friendly and quick to prepare, are always popular with busy moms. Yield: 8 servings Ingredients: ½ cup cornstarch 1 teasp oon paprika 1 teasp oon garlic powder 1 teaspoon kosher salt 2½–3 lb. (approximately 12) minute steaks (with the vein …

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Elections

Republicans Stunned by Mediocre Midterm Performance Meir Kass The votes in many races were still being tabulated on Wednesday morning, but the grim reality of Tuesday’s midterm elections had already been made clear: Republicans had not succeeded in bringing about the red wave they had expected. Republicans are still projected to win control of the …

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The Loop

Are You in the Loop? Designed to endlessly engage, educate, and entertain your kids, the Loop combines breakthrough technology, top-tier frum performers, and behind-the-scenes creative geniuses to bring you the first-of-its-kind interactive phone line. Elisheva Braun I don’t know about you, but I’ve tried it all. My home has a profusion of toys and games, …

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Salmon Bowl

At least once a week, I like to make a light supper. Salmon is a perfect option—it’s pareve, it’s not heavy, and most people like it. This dish is really easy and quick to put together. You can serve it in individual bowls or put out little bowls with all the different components and everyone …

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Time To Vote!

The Power of a Strong Voter Turnout B. Weinberg A candid conversation with the askanim behind the Just Vote campaign of UENJ (United Education of New Jersey) Several days ago, the news made the headlines in the Jewish media: President Biden took the effort to call the Skverer Rebbe in the run-up to the upcoming …

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Midterm Elections

Who Is Running and for What? Duvid Berry This year’s midterm elections are being billed as of major significance on the national level, but a relatively minor selection of local races are garnering interest. Askanim still stress the need to get out and vote, because an underrepresented district in the polls will be an underserved …

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Cream of Mushroom Soup

Recipe by Odaiah Leeds Styling and photography by Menachem Goodman @Totallytalentedteen Soups and winter are just the perfect cozy match. During the cold winter months, I find it helpful to have a few different soups in individual containers in the freezer at all times. They make a great quick and healthy meal option. This cream …

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Take Your Pick

Will You Learn to Play Keyboard? Or Do You Prefer Guitar? Or Both? Yes! Now you can learn guitar too! It’s never been more accessible to learn your instrument of choice and play your favorite Jewish music with Bassline Pro. Victoria Dwek I was outside my friend’s house in Deal, schmoozing on her front porch. …

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Yonason Fischer Z”L

An Unforgettable Eved Hashem Binyomin Fuerst The early years R’ Yonason Fischer was born in 1980 in Monsey, NY. His grandfather R’ Moshe Shmuel Fischer z”l was one of the pillars of the Viener kehillah in Williamsburg. His father, R’ Yoel Tzvi shlit”a, was one of the founders of the Viener Cheder in Monsey, and …

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