Debbie Cohen

Christian Post Contributor

Leiby Kletzky Memorial Fund Hits $230K and Brings About Unity

The Leiby Kletzky Memorial Fund is quickly approaching its $1 million dollar goal with a collection of $230,192. The fund was recently established in the memory of the 8-year-old Brooklyn boy who was kidnapped and murdered by a 35-year-old Orthodox man he met walking home from day camp.

Reservations for Sept. 11 Memorial Tickets Hit Over 40,000

The September 11 Memorial, which is set to open in a few months, has racked up 42,000 ticket reservations on its website within a day of opening its booking system. It is estimated that the reservations will increase even more over the coming weeks before the 10th anniversary.

How Dangerous is Your Cell Phone?

Everyone has one, whether it is a smart phone or a small Motorola. Cell phones offer convenience, a way to stay connected to family and friends, along with added security in the event of an emergency. But, could there be a danger hiding in your phone?

San Francisco Could Ban Circumcision

Circumcision could be outlawed in San Francisco if a November ballot initiative is passed. The ballot plans to ban the practice for anyone aged under 18, and would make the circumcision of a male minor a misdemeanor, punishable with a maximum jail sentence of one year and a fine of up to $1,000.

Smokers Will Pay More for Health Insurance in Workplace

Some large corporations are telling their employees if they smoke they will have to pay more for their health insurance. The reason for the move has come because companies are saying smokers cost them more money in medical costs and so the extra cost is just being passed down.

Tylenol Bottles Recalled

Johnson & Johnson announced it is recalling 60,912 bottles of Tylenol due to a musty odor, according to McNeil Consumer Healthcare, one of J&J's companies. The strong odor is linked to possible gastrointestinal symptoms.