A firebomb was thrown at two Israeli yeshiva students in Midtown Manhattan in an incident being investigated as a hate crime.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio will visit Israel to speak about ways to combat anti-Semitism.
New York City’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority must run advertisements promoting a film called “The Muslims Are Coming!” in subways, a federal judge ruled.
Jerry Nadler endured withering criticism for his vote in favor of the Iran nuclear deal. But the venerable Upper West Side lawmaker — who represents far more Jews than anyone else in the House of Representatives — isn’t backing down and shows no sign of paying a political price.
The New York State Attorney General’s office has found that the Bayside Jewish Center did not follow state regulations in selling its building to New York City.
He came, he saw, he Pope-d. Josh Nathan-Kazis offers an inside peek at how the Holy Father took Madison Square Garden by storm — complete with a soaring rendition of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’ and $25 khaki Pope baseball caps.
When Jonathan Katz overheard two New Yorkers arguing over which subway line is ‘the most Jewish of all,’ he couldn’t get the question out of his head. The answer shocked him.
It looked like Beth Hamedrash Hagadol of Washington Heights wouldn’t make it to its 100th birthday. But an infusion of new blood has transformed the venerable shul — and others in Manhattan’s northermost tip.
Two Jews were shot with BB guns in a heavily Orthodox neighborhood of New York City.
The New York City Board of Health repealed a consent form for a controversial circumcision rite.