A New York restaurant owner claims in legal papers that a prominent Orthodox synagogue threatened to have his kosher certification revoked if he does not drop a $1.8 million lawsuit against it.
Judith Kaye, the daughter of Jewish Polish immigrants who became New York State’s first woman chief judge, has died. She was 77.
A three-family Brooklyn house was vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti, including swastikas and the words “Hitler was a hero” scrawled on the door.
Steely Dan founding member Donald Fagen was ordered to keep his distance from his wife of more than two decades after New York City cops say he knocked her to the floor of their Upper East Side digs in Manhattan.
An Orthodox Jewish teenager was attacked in Midwood, Brooklyn, less than 24 hours after a 60-year-old Jewish man was beaten and robbed there.
City-funded sentries will soon be guarding yeshivas in New York’s five boroughs. The first-in-the-nation move is a major victory for Orthodox advocates after a year of tough political defeats.
Developers are a step closer to building condominiums on the historic former site of Streit’s Mazo factory in Manhattan.
A trove of federal investigatory documents and eerie photos from February’s deadly collision between a New York commuter train and an SUV driven by suburban Jewish mom Ellen Brody still can’t answer why she appeared not to realize that she was in mortal danger.
A New York City Councilman is decrying a daylight attack on a 67-year-old Hasidic man in the heart of Chelsea.