Rabbi Julie Schonfeld watched Bernie Sanders on Monday night on the monitors backstage at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
There was more than one corpse in the sanctuary of the Bialystoker Synagogue on the day that Heshy Jacob died.
Donald Trump is a “failed, fraudulent businessman.” He has given “explicit endorsement to anti-Semitic imagery.” He is “dangerous, offensive, and grossly uninformed.” So says the elected official emerging as among the most strident Jewish voices opposing Donald Trump: New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
Want to raise money for Jews for Jesus? A new Facebook tool can help. Want to raise money for an actual Jewish charity? Better dust off that old tzedakah box.
Brooklyn’s Orthodox community is mourning the apparent suicide of a 22-year-old construction worker named Yakov Krausz, whose body was discovered Wednesday in an elevator motor room.
At a senior center in South Brooklyn, the old Jewish immigrants from the former Soviet bloc can’t wait to vote for Donald Trump.
What does it take to get blackballed from the Jewish charity industry? Being the second-in-command during the biggest Jewish charity catastrophe in decades, and walking away from the mess with a $92,000 bonus, is apparently not enough.
Police in Brooklyn are handing out a growing number of parking tickets to members of the Jewish volunteer ambulance service Hatzalah, according to leaders of the group.
Despite complaints from civil libertarians and the New York Times editorial board, women-only swimming hours intended for Hasidic Jews will continue at a public swimming pool in Brooklyn.
New Jersey law enforcement officers removed computers and boxes of records from a special education school with close ties to Lakewood, N.J.’s large ultra-Orthodox community, according to a report in the Asbury Park Press.