“We can’t be delivering it to a state that won’t be giving it to its people immediately. . . The governor will let us know when he's ready."
YU won the opening game against Worcester Polytechnic in a Friday game that ended just before Shabbat candle lighting.
"I do not have the patience—and I speak diplomatically—for those who slander the State of Israel abroad in order to find favor and raise money," Dayan said after the incident.
Jersey City Mayor Fulop: “Not only [was] this a hate crime but ... the perpetrators had hoped to kill many more people than four."
The JVP letter willfully ignores the fact that the club owners have declared their support for the BLM agenda, but would not accept the movement's recent turn against the Jewish State.
"We’re having to tell many communities of people . . . in some communities we’re gonna have to turn back to where we were in the spring."
The words, “Juden Raus” are also a reference to a 1930s Nazi board game that collects and deports Jews by getting them off the board.
Antisemitism is alive and ever-present in New York City.
Senator Daniel Squadron (D-Brooklyn/Manhattan), who is the Senate sponsor of legislation to reform the in-plain-view marijuana statute, released the following statement in response to...
“We don’t have any evidence that it’s worse in the Chassidic community, we haven’t gotten those complaints. If we do, we will follow up,” the governor said.
The governor keeps telling anyone who will listen how close his father and he have been toward members of the Orthodox Jewish community for more than 30 years. The governor has to understand what was true once may not be true today.
A New York City billboard advertising “Christmas Quality” vodka at “Hanukkah Pricing” will be taken down by the company, after it received numerous complaints that its pitch portrayed Jews as cheap and associated with poor quality.
Tehilah Berman is running for Civil Court in the Brooklyn community she grew up in, the neighborhood in which she is raising her four...
The one blessing Rabbi Gantz had to offer General Gantz was: "May God help him to repent and not be crazy anymore."
The Skverer Rebbe of New Square is expected to arrive in the Holy Land for a visit at the start of next week.
The financially troubled Einstein College of Medicine will have Montefiore as its key financial manager; YU will continue granting the degrees.
Rabbi Chaim Steinmetz, head of the Monsey eruv, opposes the notion that the eruv will facilitate an influx of Jewish residents.
Jacobs blames the "defund the police" agenda, combined with violence and looting, for Democratic losses in purple districts.
Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon gave a UN delegation of ambassadors a full geopolitical tour of the Jewish State.
The Lhota campaign email against Catsimatidis quickly switched to a fund-raising plea.
Jewish leaders and groups, specifically the ultra-Orthodox community, have sharply criticized the two leaders for their enforcement of coronavirus restrictions amid a spike in cases.
The Jewish Press recently asked New York City Republican mayoral nominee Joe Lhota to address issuesof concern to the city’s Jewish community.
State education officials say they spend $26 billion throughout New York on elementary and secondary education. That number is higher than most state budgets and more than the operating budget of many countries.
New York State passed the Reproductive Health Act Legislation, which expanded the state’s abortion laws.
"What's going on in New York right now demands our best. We need to hang tough, be there for one another, be caring, remember our humanity, and support each other through this really difficult time in our city."
In response to community objections, a prominent Brooklyn synagogue will not proceed, for the moment, with the construction of a 65-foot annex to its main building, according to several members of the Syrian Orthodox community in Brooklyn who asked not to be named. However, they will most probably not permanently shelve the project altogether.
Bill Thompson will concede to Bill de Blasio Tuesday morning in New York, eliminating the need for a second-round of voting to determine who...
Former New York Civil Liberties Union executive director Norman Siegel has joined the ranks of advocates for better secular studies for Haredi children, and he now represents YAFFED, threatening to sue the city if its current investigation does not yield reliable results.
“Hey Anthony, you’re the only one that can win and keep us on the right track!”
He said he fled the scene because he was afraid of being killed by his pursuers, and didn’t know the couple had been killed until he saw it in newspapers.