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Black Jewish Banker Suing Goldman Sachs for Discrimination

Goldman Sachs is facing a proposed class action suit in the same court in Manhattan over its alleged discrimination against women in pay and promotions.

Mystery: Jewish Man Posing as Cop Breaks into Woodmere Young Israel on Shabbos

An attorney representing Mikhaylov in court Monday told the judge his client wanted to pray – a desire most Jews find ways to fulfill without impersonating a policeman.

Synagogue Loses Suit over Firing Employee for Being Pregnant under the Chupah

Shultz said she was fired on July 21, 2015, a day after returning from her honeymoon to her job as Program Director of Congregation Shearith Israel, a job she had held for 11 years.
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Lubavitch ‘Leviticus Bus’ Torched in Crown Heights

In the summer of 2016, the same bus' tires were slashed with a knife.

Fire Started Mysteriously in Historic Landmark Synagogue on NYC’s Lower East Side

Agents from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives have joined the FDNY investigation.

Iceland’s WOW Air to Offer Tel Aviv – New York $149 RT Flights

Bring your own food and water, and download a movie on your iPad or laptop ahead of the flight.

Pro-BDS Students Sue Fordham University Over Rejection of Students for Justice in Palestine

"The call for boycott, divestment and sanctions of Israel presents a barrier to open dialogue and mutual learning and understanding," Fordham's administration explained.

71,000 Celebrate Friendly Musical Chairs on Bus of Peace

There was also Josh Mazza, who pointed out without the benefit of anything but prejudice that 'neither of those women are allowed to be educated or show their hair.'

Report: HRC Mulling Run for Mayor of NYC

Since the consolidation of the five boroughs in 1898, not a single mayor of NYC has ever made it to higher office.

Report: 6 Infant Herpes Cases Since De Blasio’s Metzitzah B’peh Compromise

Arguing that respect and sensitivity protect public health better than a restrictive policy, the mayor waived the requirement that parents sign a consent form showing understand the risks involved in Metzitzah B'peh.

Hikind Doubts Jewish Stones Felled by Time, Weather

Local Jewish leaders, such as State Assemblyman Dov Hikind, are not convinced, and demand further investigation.

Brooklyn Jewish Cemetery Vandalized Saturday

So far, hundreds of tombstones have been desecrated in Jewish cemeteries in St. Louis, Philadelphia, Rochester, and now Brooklyn.

Gov. Cuomo: No Time for Arabs in Israel Visit

This would Cuomo's second journey to Israel as governor, out of three trips abroad altogether.

More than 1,500 Attend Biggest Ever Nefesh B’Nefesh Manhattan Aliyah Fair

Participants were invited to choose from more than 50 sessions, workshops and one-on-one meetings on topics ranging from home buying and education to professional licensing and health insurance.

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