Hugs and smiles nationwide in response to a 3-day solidarity mission to Israel led by NYS Gov. Andrew Cuomo, on its final day Thursday.
The governors’ first official international trip is geared to build up his Jewish support back home.
Jordan's Arab Bank goes on trial Monday in NY for facilitating money transfers from terror entities to Hamas members abroad.
First reports are that it wasn’t a “hate crime” in the anti-Semitic sense, but what cold-blooded murder is not fueled by hate?
A rabbi, identified as Rabbi Joseph Raksin by NBC news, was shot and killed on his way to synagogue Saturday morning, in North Miami Beach.
A major pro-Israel rally will take place on Wednes.day, August 6 at Asser Levy Park in Brooklyn, NY from 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Former NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg defied a flight ban imposed by an Obama administration cowed by terror, flying to Israel with El Al.
A New York doctor claims she was booted from a JetBlue flight when an Arab complained about her being on the plane.
A Brooklyn couple show special support for families of the Israeli teens kidnapped by terrorists.
A high school student takes on the NYT's silence on the Holocaust.
A new Gutnick Edition biography of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, zy'a, by R. Chaim Miller is out for the 20th anniversary of his passing.
Finally, a Jewish woman giving birth can have women 'only' helping her in the ambulance -- at least in Brooklyn.
A 53-year-old Israeli man died when the small plane he piloted crashed in the yard of a Long Island home.
Germany's leader, Angela Merkel, is the most powerful woman in the world according to Forbes Magazine.
The financially troubled Einstein College of Medicine will have Montefiore as its key financial manager; YU will continue granting the degrees.
The $1 million Genesis Generation Challenge fellowship, open to anyone aged 20 to 36 with the best “big idea” to benefit the world, was announced Thursday in Jerusalem.
A Staten Island man was charged in the theft of blank checks from a yeshiva he reportedly attended and cashing them for more than $50,000.
Four New York men, including a rabbi, were indicted for allegedly stealing more than $12.4 million in funding intended for children with disabilities.
A Jewish carpenter is suing New York City’s Housing Authority after allegedly being threatened and insulted with anti-Semitic epithets.
The former director of the 92nd Street Y is dead after hanging himself last Friday at his home in Seagate.
A former New York City police officer was arrested for spray painting anti-Semitic graffiti in Boro Park.
The NYU mock eviction notices raised serious questions about sensitivity for the reasonable concerns of Jewish students.
Is this really a big deal? Let’s say the cardinal really was Jewish. It runs in the family, because so was his boss.
The JMA will “Ride to Remember” to memorialize the victims of the Holocaust and to raise money for organizations that support and promote Holocaust education and awareness.
Grimm said the indictment was a "political witch hunt" against him because he "was an outsider who wasn't supposed to win."