The Muslim store employee who saved 15 French Jews during the terrorist attack on a kosher supermarket was honored in New York.
The New York City Board of Health may waive a consent form for a controversial circumcision rite.
A federal judge ordered two New York municipalities in the Catskills foothills to face a lawsuit accusing them of discriminating against Hasidic Jews by trying to stop them from moving in.
Dustin Fleischer is one of the nation’s top young boxers. He’s also the grandson of a Holocaust survivor who credits his family’s spirit of resistance with giving him ‘so much strength in the ring.’
Another Jewish social service agency has replaced FEGS as New York City’s largest social service group.
Jewish leaders are joining a push to get New York to fund security guards at religious schools, including yeshivas. The City Council overwhelmingly backs the $50 million plan but Mayor Bill de Blasio is non-committal and police say it’s not necessary.
As Orthodox Jewish communities grow, they will learn that their political power can be used for good or ill. Ari Hart says what has happened in the East Ramapo school district clearly crosses a moral line.
Opening statements began in a Rhode Island legal battle pitting America’s oldest congregation against the congregation that worships in America’s oldest synagogue structure.
Public displays of Israel affection are increasingly the domain of the Orthodox — but these Jews weren’t the only ones commandeering Fifth Avenue, as Jane Eisner observed.
Central Synagogue, a Reform congregation in New York with 2,300 families as members, reportedly will be closed for five days to fumigate for bedbugs.