NYS Regents Exam Blasted for ‘Loaded’ Questions on Israel

The New York State Education Department said the two questions on Israel were “designed to test students’ knowledge of geography as it relates to historical events.

BED BATH & BEYOND to Close More Than a Dozen Stores in NY, NJ,...

The closures are in addition to 150 stores that were shut down last summer.

Rally in NYC to Protest Light Sentence for Antisemitic Attacker

Wassem Awawdeh was offered a six-month term after beating a Jewish man with a crutch; he told police he “would do it again.”

MTA Launches LIRR Service to Grand Central Station

Originally estimated to cost $2.8 billion, the now-$12.7 billion “Grand Central Madison” project is, however, at last ready to service its passengers, beginning on Wednesday.

‘Day of Rage’ in New York’s Grand Central Station Calls for Intifada, Destruction of...

“With our spirit and our blood, we will redeem you, O Palestine!” they yelled. “We don’t want no two states, we want all of it!” they chanted.

17 Injured in 2-Alarm Fire at Williamsburg Apartment Building in Brooklyn

Medics from the local Hatzolah emergency medical response service were reportedly treating eight people and had requested ambulances from surrounding areas.

New York City Council Approves ‘Skip the Stuff’ Bill

“This is a bill that will cut down on single-use plastics, which if they’re not cluttering up a drawer in your house, it takes decades or centuries to break down."

NYPD Asks Public for Info in Attack on Staten Island Synagogue

A reward of up to $3,500 is being offered for anyone who provides information leading to the perp’s arrest. Those with information are asked to call 1-800-577-TIPS. Calls are confidential.

Tens of Thousands of New Yorkers Fled to Florida in 2022

Rising crime, plunging quality of life and high taxes have combined to inspire New Yorkers to run to Florida.

New York Bans Popular Laundry Detergents Containing Probable Carcinogen

Among the laundry detergents that were banned are Arm & Hammer Clean Burst, Arm & Hammer Sensitive Skin Free & Clear, Tide Original, and Gain Original Aroma.

NY Senate Passes ‘Gotcha’ Bill for Third Time

“Every business that expects payment from a customer sends an invoice and New Yorkers deserve no less from their government agencies."

YU Pushing through Legal Process to Supreme Court Vindication on LGBTQ Club

Justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, and Amy Coney Barrett wanted to grant YU the right to deny the gay students’ club.

2 Orthodox Men in White Plains Fatal Plane Crash

Both men lived in the Cleveland area and were experienced pilots.

Perps Arrested After Boro Park Attack, Midwood Burglaries

One of the two burglars arrested in Midwood was a “career criminal” on parole with an active warrant, the NYPD said.

NYPD Hunting for Crown Heights Gang After Attacks on Young Jewish Boys, 3 Jewish...

Members of the public with any information about the above incidents are asked to either call 911 or Crown Heights Shomrim.

George Santos Faces Growing Calls to Resign for Lying about Jewish Heritage, Family Fleeing...

“I will NOT resign!” tweeted the newly elected Republican congressman in response.

New York City Nurses’ Strike Ends at Montefiore, Mount Sinai Medical Centers

Negotiators reached agreement on a new contract for nurses at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Manhattan, and Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx.

Manhattan DA Offers Cushy Plea Deal to Arab Antisemitic Attacker

Waseem Awawdeh told prosecutors when he was arrested, "If I could do it again, I would do it again. I have no problem doing it again.”

Gay, Jewish NY State Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Threatens Criminal Investigation of YU

Not to worry, folks, we’re likely not going to be treated to pictures of YU rabbis being hauled in cuffs into waiting police vans.

New York City Plans to Convert Office Space to Housing

Mayor Eric Adams said he hopes to add as many as 20,000 homes in the city over the next 10 years – or at least, housing for 40,000 individuals.

‘Bloodbath’ Expected Wednesday at Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs employed more than 49,000 people worldwide as of September 30.

New Jersey Joins Others, Bans TikTok on State Devices

New Jersey is also banning software vendors, products and services from Huawei, Hikvision, Tencent Holdings, ZTE Corporation and Kaspersky Lab.

New York City Nurses Strike at Mount Sinai NYC, Montefiore Medical Centers

Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn’s Borough Park neighborhood was one of the sites that reached an agreement with the nurses.

Brooklyn Jewish Man Hurt in Crown Heights Ramming

"It appears that the perp intentionally struck the victim," a police source said.

Hillary Clinton to Join Faculty at Columbia University

Clinton will work with senior faculty and administrators at SIPA on initiatives focusing on global politics and female leadership.

New York City Nurses Reach Agreement with Maimonides Medical Center and 2 Others

“Our bosses created the understaffing crisis by failing to hire and retain enough nurses. We are trying to solve the crisis."

12,000 New York City Hospital Nurses Prepare to Strike

“We have been through hell, risking our lives through the pandemic. We need fair union contracts that protect nurses and patients."

Living in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut Just Got More Expensive

New Yorkers are contending with an increased cost for cooking, lighting and heating in their homes in addition to higher costs for their vehicles.

Lone Wolf Islamic Terrorist Attacks NYPD Cops with Machete in Times Square

Trevor Bickford, 19, has been identified as the suspect. Charges are pending.

Only 2 Perps in NYC Antisemitic Attacks Sentenced to Jail, Since April 2018

Minorities are committing vast majority of antisemitic assaults in NYC.

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