The slasher who attacked an Israeli tourist Friday in a New York City subway station has been arrested by NYPD.
A group of parents, former teachers and yeshiva alumni demand to know the progress of an investigation into NYC yeshivas.
NYPD has become tangled in a corruption probe involving the city's mayor and local business people.
The Vizhnitzer Rebbe, Rabbi Mordechai Hager, shlita, has been hospitalized at Mt. Sinai Medical Center.
NYC gives $500K to an organization serving few and run by a Zionist-hating anti-Israel violence promoter.
Attorney David Toren is hunting for two museum-quality paintings stolen from his family by the Nazis.
Anti-Semitic vandalism has spread to the University of Buffalo, where one scrawl was unmentionable.
Brazil loses the privilege of having Dani Dayan as Israeli ambassador, and New York wins a great liaison.
The raids are part of an investigation of local yeshivas over money obtained through the federal government's E-Rate program.
The attackers then ran away laughing.
Yiddish Theater returns to New York in a one-of-a-kind exhibit that runs through July 31.
Forty faculty members at Columbia University have urged the school to divest from eight companies linked to Israel.
The NY City Council's Jewish Caucus is demanding that CUNY report anti-Semitic attacks on campus to police.
Jewish donor dollars are going to fund a program honoring that "great humanitarian" Rachel Corrie.
During her confirmation hearing, DiFiore acknowledged she has a pistol permit and carries a gun.
The victim was married only a week ago.
Ban ki-moon challenged at NYC synagogue for justifying terrorism against Israelis.
Radioactive contaminated water leaked out of the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant.
A construction crane collapsed on his parked car.
"We bought a business to almost restore a bit of history in New York City and then desire to expand that throughout the city, throughout the country and even throughout the world.”
Stabbing victim had just become Israeli citizen, said he still plans to join the IDF.
The second biggest blizzard in the history of New York City has paralyzed most of the Eastern Seaboard.
Groups of yeshiva students as well as many other local Jewish residents have been gathering in groups to recite the Psalms together, and to beseech God to heal him.