Two hours before half the liberal Jews in Brooklyn were set to turn up at a local synagogue to learn how to resist President Trump, things were feeling a bit precarious at the offices of the city councilman who was organizing the whole thing.
The man charged today with making bomb threats to JCCs will also face questioning in connection with the vandalism last month at a St. Louis cemetery.
Everything about the arrest in the JCC bomb threats today is weird and confusing. We’ve tried to straighten it out.
The man charged with making bomb threats to Jewish institutions appears to have sent one of his threats to the Forward’s tip line.
Federal agents arrested a man Friday morning suspected of phoning bomb threats to at least eight Jewish institutions in January and February, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has confirmed to the Forward.
A bb gun shot at a synagogue, a harasser at an Islamic center and grafitti at an African-American church — all in one small Indiana city.
In a letter to the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer asked that Jewish Community Centers be granted special permission to track threatening phone calls.
The unknown callers who have phoned in dozens of bomb threats to Jewish Community Centers and Jewish day schools in recent weeks are using high-tech tools to foil investigators, outlets reported Tuesday.
A Twitter bot that drew widespread attention last month for its tweets about Holocaust refugees amidst the rollout of Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration has aimed its fire at Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
New writings from Ed Koch’s archives attest to his deep dislike of Donald Trump.