Harry Potter's evil Shape was beloved, but the deceased actor vilified Israel in a play about Rachel Corrie.
A popular Hasidic hipster musical band based out of New York, known as “Zusha,” performed in Jerusalem’s Yellow Submarine music center this weekend.
The Skverer Rebbe of New Square is expected to arrive in the Holy Land for a visit at the start of next week.
US Rep. Peter King (R-NY) warns that ISIS leader Al-Bagdadi isn't wrong in saying the terror group is stronger.
Spirit Airlines Flight 197 from NYC to Ft. Lauderdale was cancelled at La Guardia on Saturday due to smoke.
"A swastika is not mere vandalism — it is a symbol of hatred," said the synagogue rabbi. In Brooklyn, a man punched a college student in the face because he is white and Jewish.
Asked about the atmosphere in Albany, one former lawmaker would only speak on the condition of anonymity.
This Chanukah the family of Rabbi Joseph Raksin, z'l, merits the miracle of closure; an arrest in the rabbi's murder.
Special guest Nir Barkat, mayor of Jerusalem, thanked UJA-Federation for its continued support in tough times.
A bomb threat called in to the NYC 911 switchboard prompts police to evacuate "770" Eastern Pkwy.
Vandals tried to destroy Chanukiyah in NYC's Carl Schurz Park, but it is repaired and ready for lighting tonight.
The court set strict guidelines as to what had to be proved to make out a case of “honest services” violations.
The World’s Largest Chanukah Menorah will be proudly standing at New York’s most fashionable plaza, Fifth Avenue and 59th Street, by Central Park.
When we analyze genomes of Jewish people, we are able to observe their unique history that includes their Levant heritage.
An Israeli executive claims an Avis agent said it was "company policy not to recognize Israeli documents."
An internationally recognized infectious disease specialist, Glatt is also an ordained Rabbi.
It was clear this jury pool faced a steep learning curve.
Possner accuses the principal, Rushell White, a Christian, that she “callously targeted” him.
More than 5,200 Chabad-Lubavitch rabbis and communal leaders sat down to exchange news at this year's international emissaries' conference in NYC.
The police is treating the attack as a hate crime.