Roy Goodman, who died last week, served as the iconic Jewish Republican for decades in New York’s State Senate. Masha Leon looks back at his inspiring career.
A volunteer driver taking a cancer patient to a chemotherapy appointment was cited by Brooklyn police — for driving an illegal cab.
An investigation found Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes spent more than $200,000 in seized criminal funds for his failed reelection campaign.
Moshe Stein is an Orthodox Jew who kills New York’s hardiest bedbugs, ants, rats and roaches — all while obeying the Torah’s warnings against causing unnecessary pain to animals.
Tens of thousands marched in New York in the Celebrate Israel Parade, which is marking its 50th anniversary.
Ultra-Orthodox rabbis warned a crowd of 10,000 women about the dangers of the Internet, while addressing them through a one-way mirror in Brooklyn.
Right wing hardliners want to ban the New Israel Fund from the Celebrate Israel parade. The group’s leader explains why that is so wrong.
A narrow group of right-wingers is seeking to impose an ideological litmus test on the Israel Day Parade. J.J. Goldberg says the push betrays the roots of Zionism.
Moments before they were scheduled to start singing at an impromptu memorial vigil outside the Jewish Museum of Belgium, the 13 members of Yale University’s Jewish a cappella group were still unsure what number to perform.
The former New York police officer charged with spray-painting anti-Jewish obscenities in Brooklyn said he did it because of “cheap” Jews.