Judge Deals Setback to Ex-Students Suing Yeshiva for $380M Over Sex Abuse Claims

Even more ex-students have signed onto a sex abuse lawsuit against Yeshiva University. But a federal judge’s ruling may make their case much harder to win.


Jewish Baby's Rare Immune Disorder Attracts Global Sympathy — and Support

Every Jewish couple thinks their baby is special. Amanda and Akiva Zablocki’s son is truly one in a million — but in perhaps the most heart-wrenching way imaginable.

Welcoming Intermarried Couples Is New Priority for Jewish Institutions

For most Jewish institutions, the question is no longer how to fight intermarriage. It’s how to be as welcoming as possible to intermarried Jews and the gentiles who love them.


Retiring N.Y. Cemetery Chief Is Savvy Regulator in Grave Business

As the top regulator of New York state’s not-for-profit cemeteries, Richard Fishman had more than Jewish graves to worry about. But they sure took up a lot of his time.

Do U.S. Generals Have Pro-Arab Slant?

James Mattis is not the first general to voice concern about the impact of Israeli policies and U.S. support for Israel on American security interests.

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