Jewish child and a 20-year-old man attacked in France

Or HaTorah school in Toulouse France 
By: Shifra Unger

The attacks against Jews on the European continent continues with two new victims of anti-Semitic attacks this week alone in France, according to police reports in France.

Two young Jews were attacked in France this week, one in Marseille and another at the same school of Toulouse, where a gunman killed a Jewish rabbi and three children in March 2012.

On Monday, a young man with a Star of David pendant was assaulted outside the main railway station of Marseille Gare Saint-Charles, by a group of men who approached him on a motorcycle, shouted anti-Semitic slurs against him, beat him, stole his MP3 player and 100 euros, pulled the medallion from his neck and fled the scene. Police have made no arrests in that case.

Meanwhile, on Wednesday at the school entrance of Or Torah in Toulouse, which was renamed from Otzar Hatorah after the shooting last year, a student who was leaving school wearing a yarmulke was approached by a woman brandishing a knife.

School guards immediately arrested the woman and she was subsequently sent to a psychiatric detention center. She did not reveal the reason for trying to attack the student.

Since the attack in March against the school in Toulouse, anti-Semitic incidents in France have increased by 45 percent, reported SPCJ, the security service of the French Jewish community. Eugene Caselli, president of the Urban Community of Marseille Provence Métropole, expressed deep indignation and outrage at this act of racist and unacceptable violence."

Doctor smuggles out sperm from Palestinian prisoners in Israel to their wives

Palestinian woman with baby born from smuggled sperm 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) Israeli police are looking to arrest a Palestinian doctor after he claimed to have smuggled out sperm from Palestinian prisoners in Israel, in order to get their wives pregnant, according to press reports in Israel.

The Palestinian fertility doctor said this week that he used the sperm of Palestinian prisoners he smuggled out from Israeli jails to help their wives have children and that five women are now pregnant.

There are about 4,500 Palestinians in Israeli prisons serving sentences for offenses ranging from stone-throwing to killing Israeli civilians.

Most women seeking to become pregnant have husbands who were convicted of involvement in deadly militant attacks and are serving long sentences.

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Sarah Netanyahu slammed for wearing see through top

Sarah Netanyahu with see through dress 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) Move over Lady Gaga, Sarah Netanyahu can also dress with see through tops.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was given the task this to form a new government, but his wife has caused a media storm with the use of a see-through black lace dress at the swearing in ceremony of the new legislators with critics scolding her taste as cheap and immodest.

The 54-year-old Sarah has presented herself at the 19 Knesset inauguration ceremony with a transparent black lace dress set, much to the disapproval of the media.

A popular journalist has compared Netanyahu’s dress to something worn by Beyonce and teased her saying: "Sara Netanyahu is not Michelle Obama."

"The dress Sarah chose for Tuesday's inauguration of the 19th Knesset was a form-fitting lace top with a transparent look, except for a black band that covered her bust, with her waist on full display. Who does she think she is? Beyonce at the Super Bowl?" The journalist wrote.

In his defense, which came from an unexpected source in the form of Aryeh Deri, the leader of the ultra-Orthodox Jewish Shas party, who said that his religious sensibilities were not offended by the sight of Sarah's stomach.

New York City to ban foam cups and containers

Foam cups 
By: David Ross

New York City is known for clamping down on New Yorkers in every part of their lives and now foam cups and containers are about to get banned.

Foam containers and cups might get banned from the menu at takeout food shops in the largest city in the nation.

A sanitation official said this week that the idea is being discussed, but it is too early to say what will be recommended in a forthcoming report on increasing recycling rates.

Foam, sometimes sold under the trade name Styrofoam, has long been popular among restaurants because of being lightweight and heat retaining, but environmentalists complain that it takes years to decompose in the trash. Some communities across the country have banned the use of foam at restaurants for this reason.

As New York authorities prepare a report on how to double the recycling rate of the city, foam, is "one of the things that you have to watch," Department of Sanitation Deputy Commissioner Ron Gonen said this week.

"It may or may not be a component of the overall plan due in a few weeks,” Gonen, who oversees recycling initiatives and environmental sustainability, said.

Mayor Michael Bloomberg last year set a goal to recycle 30 percent of household waste in the city by 2017, an increase of the current 15 percent. “The city is always willing to look at new ways to reduce waste that cannot be recycled or reused," spokesperson John McCarthy said this week.

Thieves breaking into Brooklyn New York homes by posing as FedEx workers

FedEx worker 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) A gang of thieves are dressing up as Fedex workers and robbing homes in Brooklyn, New York, according to video uploaded to the internet.

New Yorkers were warned: do not trust everyone who comes to your door, even if they look legitimate.

In East New York, Brooklyn, police are looking for a gang of thieves with a legitimate-looking frontman. They have released surveillance video showing the man and his crew during the well orchestrated act that could result in some quality time behind bars.

In the video, it can be seen how the frontman presented a homeowner with a box while wearing a Fedex uniform on Friday afternoon. He walked past the house about 3:40 pm and then went back once more before opening the front door and heading for the next door. He is then followed by his crew.

A man in a leather jacket came back. Another man with a maroon sweatshirt and a guy with a hat on his head also followed. After knocking the police said the crew forced their way into the apartment and assaulted four people living inside while demanding to know where to find the money and gold. The police said that they stole cell phones and gold chains.

A 72-year-old man had to be rushed to the hospital after the beatdown. He suffered minor injuries.

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Restaurant gives “well-behaved kid” discount to family with three kids

Sogno di Vino restaurant 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

Have you been to a restaurant where someone elses kids run around or just won't be quiet? One restaurant owner decided to reward parents whose kids were behaving well at the restaurant.

When Chris and Laura King took their three children to an upscale restaurant. They made sure that their children ages 2, 3, and 8, are respectful to other patrons by sitting nicely and quietly.

The servers at the Sogno di Vino restaurant, in Kingston, Washington, were so impressed with their good behavior, since most children are loud and many times disruptive to others.

The servers decided to surprise the parents and show their appreciation by giving them a discount.
When the King family, received their bill there was a $4.00 “well behaved kids” discount.

According to reports, the proud mother said: "I'm grateful to have well-behaved children, but it does not come without effort, you can get what you put in. We talk to our children about being respectful."

World oldest bird gives birth at age 62

World's oldest bird to give birth 
By: David Ross

The world’s oldest bird just gave birth at the age of 62, according to official reports in Japan.

The oldest known wild bird living in the world has given birth to a healthy baby. The bird, which is 62-years-old, is named Wisdom. It last made headlines in 2011, when the bird survived the Japanese tsunami.

Wisdom has defied the odds in many ways: It has lived nearly twice the average for its type of bird. It was given its name after being tagged by a U.S. Geological Survey researcher in 1956.

The USGS said in a statement that since it was tagged, Wisdom has flown an estimated 2 million to 3 million miles, or four to six trips from the Earth to the Moon and back again with plenty of miles to spare.

"While the process of tagging a bird has not changed much over the past century, the information provided by birds marked with a simple numbered metal band has transformed our knowledge of birds," an expert said.

Although there have been other birds spotted in the wild estimated to be around 50-years-old, Wisdom is the only documented bird of having given birth at such an advanced age. However, some scientists may have seen the feat coming years ago, when Wisdom gave birth and has given birth to a total of five birds since 2006.

Robbins, was 40-years-old when he first tagged Wisdom in 1956.
In 2001, Robbins rediscovered Wisdom, while helping the USGS determine its age.

Breast cancer patient inspires Victoria's Secret to make Mastectomy Bras

Debbie Barrett with daughter Allana Maiden 
By: Debbie Gross

In the past, Victoria’s Secret, has donated millions of dollars to cancer research.

Now, they will help cancer survivors in a more personal way. Victoria’s Secret is looking into making Mastectomy Bras for cancer survivors.

It all started with one devoted daughter, who wanted to help her mother. Allana Maiden, 27, was unhappy that her mother Debbie Barrett, a breast cancer survivor, had trouble finding bras that fit.

Every time Barrett bought a new bra she had to travel over an hour to a store that carries a special bra that fits her well. The cost of that bra is about $70.

"For my mother it is a big job just to get a bra, so I wanted her to have a more positive experience when shopping for one," Maiden said.

She decided to take matters into her own hands, as she started a petition on asking Victoria’s Secret, to manufacture mastectomy bras. She managed to get 120,000 signatures in less than two weeks.

Maiden and her mother, presented their petition to Victoria’s Secret, and now the company is considering offering a breast cancer “survivor line”.

According to reports, when Victoria's Secret learned of the petition, they began to research the product and they plan to fly the mother-daughter team to the headquarters of Limited Brands in Columbus, Ohio, which owns Victoria's Secret, to discuss ideas with researchers and executives.

Fascinating seal dances Gangnam style at a show

Seal dancing Gangnam Style
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) Seems like animals are enjoying the Gangnam Style music and dance as much as humans.

A four-year-old walrus seal entertained its audience in China, with its ​​Gangnam Style dance moves.

We have brought you many interesting Gangnam Style videos that have popped up around the web, since the official PSY video was released but this is the first time an animal was seen doing the Gangnam Style dance.

“Gangnam Style" became very popular. The first Gangnam Style video was released by South Korean musician PSY.

As of January 2013, the music video has been viewed over one billion times and is Youtube’s most watched video.
Gangnam Style was recognized by the

Guinness World Records as the most "liked" video in YouTube history. It subsequently won Best Video at the MTV Europe Music Awards.

Gangnam is an area in South Korea, specifically a small area in Seoul, South Korea. In recent years Gangnam became famous for its wealthy residence.

Gangnam Style refers to the “new money”, wealthy culture and lifestyle that has sprung up around the South Korean region.

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Burger chain owner becomes youngest female U.S. billionaire

Lynsi Torres 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) A young woman has become the youngest female billionaire in the United States, according to press reports in the United States.

The youngest female billionaire in U.S. has made her fortune from fast food.

But the story of Lynsi Torres, the 30-year-old owner and President of the beloved In-N-Out Burger chain, remains largely a mystery.
Torres, who has no college degree and little business training, inherited the West Coast-based company of her grandparents, Harry and Esther Snyder. The Torres family has transformed the original, tiny drive-thru store to an estimated $1.1 billion.

The Christian-themed chain, founded in 1948, now includes nearly 280 stores in five states and has a lot of fans, including billionaire Warren Buffett. Lines of loyal customers line up for hours before the opening of a new store to get a taste of the beloved restaurant chain.

"They have done a fantastic job of building and maintaining a kind of cult," an expert in the fast food industry told the press.
Despite the success, Torres has remained silent about her public and private life and rarely gives interviews.
The burger heiress, who has been married three times, was named head of the company in 2010 after a series of deaths in the family.

Harry Snyder died in 1976. His second son, Rich, served as CEO until he died in a plane crash in 1993 at the early age of 41.
Torres’ father, Harry Guy Snyder, then took over and led the chain of 140 restaurants before he died of an overdose of prescription drugs in 1999.

Torres’ grandmother, Esther Snyder, remained in control of the company until her death at age 86 in 2006. Torres received half ownership of the company when she turned 30 and will get the second half when she celebrates her 35th birthday.

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Teen girl gets $200 for quitting facebook

Facebook deactivation agreement 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) A teen girl became $200 richer after she agreed to quit facebook, according to press reports in the United States.

More and more people are taking a break from facebook, but not many are getting $200 for the effort.

Count Rachel Baier in that exclusive group. The 14-year-old made ​​a deal with her father, Paul. If Rachel stayed logged off from facebook for five months, she will get $200.

To make sure everything was going according to plan, a contract was signed by both parties. Rachel will receive $50 if she resists facebook until April 15. She will get another $150 if she stays off facebook until June 26. She gave her father the password of the account in order to change the password and prevent access to her account.

According to the contract, Rachel intends to use the proceeds for stuff.
Paul Baier said that Rachel came up with the plan. "Almost always she wanted and needed money because she was not finding babysitting jobs. She is an honor student, but she said that facebook can be a distraction," Paul said.

Rachel originally asked for $70, but then, as a skilled negotiator, she returned and asked for $200. "When she realized that it would be for five months, she wanted an amount that really excites her," Paul said.

Paul hopes that this might start a trend. "I've noticed that she is part of a generation of children growing up in facebook. She has been in it for two years, full time. However, she plans to continue using facebook after the contract ends."
The contract expires on the last day of school. So far, she has no regrets.

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New York woman dies after falling through bathroom floor

Broken bathroom floor 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) A woman fell through her bathroom floor and died, according to police reports in Stony Point, New York.
A freak accident in Stony Point, Rockland County, killed a woman inside her own home.

Police said that 63-year-old Diane Wilson, was found trapped inside her bathroom floor.
Officials had reported that the woman actually had fallen through the floor, or at least one of her legs and then she was left dangling for days from the ceiling.

Neighbors believed that there had been some water damage to the home, which may have compromised the structure.
When she did not show up for work for at least three days, apparently, her supervisor called police. The victim worked as a nurse.

Unfortunately, the help that arrived was already too late.
Residents on Town Cricket Road said that the victim cared for her 91-year-old elderly mother. Authorities said that Rosemary Wilson was bedridden, quite inconsistent and could not answer any questions.

The old mother has since been removed from the home and taken to a hospital.
Police do not suspect any foul play.

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Woman wakes up in Brooklyn New York hospital to see man groping her

Kings County Hospital 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested and charged with sexual assault related charges after groping a woman inside a Brooklyn, New York, hospital, according to a statement by the New York Police Department.

A woman said she woke up at Kings County Hospital, with a man touching her and he was not a doctor.
On the fifth floor of the criminal courthouse in downtown Brooklyn, the suspect, 52-year-old Greg Campfield, was silent as a judge set his bond.

He was charged with forcible touching and sexual abuse.
Prosecutors said that the incident happened in the emergency room of Kings County Hospital.
The victim's brother, still cannot believe what happened.

"I want answers. I want to know why. The hospital should be a safe place for an unhealthy person and something like this happened to my sister. I'm hysterical about it," the victim's brother said.
She said the attack occurred shortly before 4:00 am on Tuesday.

She was asleep on medication in the emergency room and the suspect groped her with his hands and raised her clothing.
"She did not know what was happening. She just woke up and this man was groping her," the victim's brother said. "When she woke up she said she saw the man touching her private parts," he added.

He said his sister started to scream so that doctors and nurses rushed to help.
The suspect, who was another patient, did not even try to escape.

The hospital issued a statement Tuesday night saying: "We are aware that a patient this morning alerted the staff after being assaulted by another patient. Security was alerted immediately and the male patient was delivered to the police in New York. We are ensuring that the patient is receiving all the attention and support she and her family needs."

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Illinois University hires porn star to teach about orgasms

Annie Sprinkle 
By: Eva Fett

An Illinois college has hired a porn star to teach students about orgasms, according to press reports in Illinois.

The University of Illinois has invited Annie Sprinkle, a famous porn star of the 1970s and 1980s, to conduct a week of sex education, which is set to culminate in an orgasm workshop.

Sprinkle plans to play with students "Annie Sprinkle's Amazing World of Orgasm," her documentary that includes interviews with 26 orgasm experts.

Laura Haber, who is the program manager said that the workshop will involve the participation of students, but prohibit any nudity.
"They will be very engaged, but they will be fully dressed," she said.

Haber did not disclose the cost of the event, but she said that it was being financed with student fees paid by residents of the community.
The week of sex education will also included a speech by Sprinkle detailing her career as a porn star.

Racers run up 1500 steps in 10 minutes at the Empire State Building

Runners running up the Empire State Building steps 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) Hundreds of racers raced up the more than 1500 steps of the Empire State Building, in New York City, according to video uploaded to the internet.

Mark Bourne and Suzy Walsham, who are both from Australia, were the fastest among the men and women in the race up the 1,576 steps of the Empire State Building on Wednesday, at the iconic New York City landmark.

Bourne finished the race in 10 minutes, 12 seconds and Walsham clocked finished the race after 12 minutes, 5 seconds, in the race up 86 floors which is described as a marathon vertical, according to the New York Road Runner, which organizes the annual Empire State Building race.

About 600 runners from 18 countries took part in the race, now in its 36th year.
"Obviously I'm very happy to win and it's good to have all the training pay off," Bourne said. "I spent a lot of time and luckily it paid off," he added.

Four-time champion Walsham was equally elated.
"I had a bear on my back after my accident in 2009 and have trained specifically for this race. It was a personal best for me and I could not be happier," Walsham, who lives in Singapore, said.

Australian Darren Wilson ranked second among men, followed by Ricky Gates of San Francisco, California. Brooke Logan of Australia was the second woman to reach the top, ahead of Erika Aklufi of Los Angeles, who came in third place.

Thomas Dold of Germany, the defending champion among men, who had won the race a record seven times, did not compete due to an illness.

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Miami police officer fired after kissing his girlfriend in public

Miami police officers kissing in public 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) A police officer in Miami, Florida, was fired after being caught on video kissing his girlfriend in public, according to police reports in Miami, Florida.

the police officer was fired after being caught on video kissing his girlfriend in a parking lot, instead of responding to emergency calls.
The Miami Police Department has fired Dario Socarras, a sergeant and another officer and suspended without pay three others.

Socarras, along with Sergeant Jennifer Gonzalez and Officer Jose Huerta were fired after an internal police panel reviewed their actions.
The charges include failing to respond to emergency calls, pretending to be on calls and falsifying police documents.

The officers were followed and caught on video surveillance in the Internal Affairs investigation.
Investigators say Gonzalez went shopping at Lowes, Target and Kohl’s, when he should have been at work.

The investigators also said that he spent hours visiting her parents.
Huerta was criticized for not immediately responding to a call where a five-year-old was locked inside a vehicle.

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