Emotions bubbled up as former Yeshiva U. high school students who claim they were abused confronted lawyers for the school face-to-face in court for the first time.74
Brooklyn’s Sea Gate community is more vulnerable to Sandy-style devastation than ever. So why did the neighborhood turn down a chance to protect itself?
Pope Francis began an extraordinary dialogue with Rabbi Abraham Skorka 15 years ago. Now, a friendly jibe about soccer might change interfaith relations for good.3
In a synagogue still struggling to recover from Sandy, some star power came bearing a Biblical story of hope.
Asher Lopatin knew gaining acceptance for Open Orthodoxy would be tough. But the new leader of Yeshivat Chovevei Torah is dismayed by the severity of the attacks.25
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