Hal Douglas, 'Voice of God,' Dies at 89

    Hal Douglas, whose booming voice was known as the ‘voice of God’ to generations of moviegoers and TV watchers, has died at 89.

    Art historian Meike Hoffmann speaks to the media regarding the seizure in 2011 of 1,500 paintings from Cornelius Gurlitt in Germany.

    New Yorker Sues Munich Collector for Return of Nazi-Looted Art

    A New York man has gone to court for the return of several Nazi-looted artworks from the controversial collection of Cornelius Gurlitt in Munich.

    Temple Tifereth-Israel

    Historic Cleveland Synagogue To Become Arts Center

    A historic synagogue building in suburban Cleveland will be turned into a performing arts center after undergoing a $64 million expansion and renovation.

    Northeastern University

    Northeastern University Suspends Pro-Palestinian Group

    The Students for Justice in Palestine chapter at Northeastern University vowed to fight its suspension from campus over a campaign that the Boston school said intimidated students.

    Unwelcome: Orthodox developer Shalom Lamm owns properties in the upstate New York village of Bloomingburg.

    FBI Raids Controversial Orthodox Developer’s Properties in Upstate N.Y.

    FBI agents have descended on properties owned by Orthodox developer Shalom Lamm in the upstate N.Y. town of Bloomingburg, the site of a Hasidic development fight.