For the first time in U.S. history, a Chassidic woman wins a Brooklyn election, against a man, to become a New York Civil Court judge.
Samaria Regional Council chairman Yossi Dagan was hosted in Crown Heights to talk about Israeli resiliency in the face of terror on the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attack on New York.
Clinton "stumbled off the curb," her "knees buckled" and she lost a shoe, as she was being helped away from the ceremony.
Friedman recalled, "On the way home, another sailor kissed me, just one on the cheek and went on his way. The sailors were especially happy."
For one New Yorker, dealing with his 9/11 loss has manifested itself by helping others.
An email the club owners sent to ticket buyers reads, “As we can’t support these positions, we’ve accordingly decided to cancel the concert."
NY Councilman Greenfield got fed up with hearing the anti-Israel tirades at the meeting, in particular from the Neturei Karta leader.
They discussed kidnapping, torturing and forcing the get from the husband, either in the US or when he was on a trip to Ukraine.
Advocates, lawmakers and educators are banding together to call for Halal and Kosher lunch options for students in New York City public schools.
I can tell you our price point is probably lower than our competitors at the New York State Fair. We want to make it where everyone can try the food….
The good news is that there are resources available for those suffering from Alzheimer’s, as well as those who help them and their loved ones.
His DNA was found on the heel of the victim’s sneaker, which was found on the roof of a nearby building.
This year’s candidates come to the table with the perfect blend of grassroots’ background and involvement and higher-up political success.
The election season in Brooklyn is no different. As a borough with one of the most eclectic mixes of ethnicities in all of America, voting for representatives is very important to its inhabitants.
The court case involving the families of terror victims against the Palestinian Authority takes a new turn, and further appeal may be required.
What goes around comes around: Brazil's Dilma Rousseff rejected Israeli ambassadorial appointee Dani Dayan. After more than a decade she was impeached by a senate majority.
Israeli American baseball fans are paying attention to the action in Brooklyn: next month Israel competes against 3 countries in NYC.
The leader told W., “If you're not off the streets in a few seconds when I come back, that will be the end of you,” and began to walk away.
Mark Green told WNYC the Democratic candidate should have a team of one overall manager, one surrogate, and a team of ten advisers who remind her to smile a lot.
The TLC estimates that 4% of cab drivers in the city are US born.