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BY JNS.org
July 4, 2013

 Mohamed Morsi, the Islamist president of Egypt whose rule sparked protests that had engulfed the country since last Friday, was removed from power on Wednesday by the Egyptian military. The constitution of Egypt was also suspended. Egypt Army Chief General Abdel Fatah al-Sisi said in a televised speech that Adly Mansour, chief justice of Egypt’s CONTINUE »

July 3, 2013

Two hundred and thirty seven years ago, our founders gathered to boldly declare our independence and to set forth, in writing, our guiding democratic principle that all men are created equal, and endowed with certain unalienable rights, and that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Since that time, as a nation, CONTINUE »

BY JTA Wire Service
July 3, 2013

 A tree fell through a dining hall at a Jewish summer camp in Northern California, killing one and requiring four others to be airlifted to a nearby hospital. NBC News reported that a counselor, Annais Rittenberg, was killed. A Cal Fire spokesman, Daniel Berlant, posted on Twitter that emergency crews were responding to a “mass CONTINUE »

July 3, 2013

If you think dogs are just about soft fur and quiet-enough bark, think again. These puppies are hot – and they know it. Or at least they are cute – really cute. The JT asked members of the community to submit photos of their dogs. Here are our top picks! Congratulations, mutts!   The Runners CONTINUE »

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A downtown shop removes swastika wristbands amid one customer’s complaint — and a visit from the JT
BY Marc Shapiro
July 3, 2013

On a recent trip to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, Jacob Arbittier, 18, and his father, Doug, residents of York, Pa., wandered into The Flag Shop in the Pratt Street Pavilion. The store was typical of those found in any tourist destination. There were flags, T-shirts, sports memorabilia, military garb and a smorgasbord of other knickknacks, large CONTINUE »