A Brooklyn construction worker was indicted for the kidnapping and murder of Brooklyn real estate developer Menachem Stark.
Finding the perfect NYC roommate is hard, but Ruth Messinger and Francesca Sternfeld did it. The fact that they’re grandmother and granddaughter is an added bonus.
A former New York policeman was arrested for allegedly spray-painting anti-Semitic graffiti in an Orthodox Jewish neighborhood of Brooklyn.
Cardinal John O’Connor, the late archbishop of New York, was technically Jewish. New genealogical research shows his mother converted to Catholicism — and hid her roots.
Police have charged a construction worker with the kidnap-murder of Brooklyn Hasidic businessman Menachem Stark. They say he confessed to the crime, which was a botched robbery.
A new exhibit at the Neue Galerie reconstructs a 1937 Nazi show that mocked so-called ‘degenerate’ artists. It also offers shocking comparisons to Hilter’s favorite works of art.
New York City has denied a second attempt by the Jewish Daily Forward to view consent forms gathered under a regulation that warns parents about metzitzah b’peh, a controversial circumcision rite.
Pro-Palestinian students from New York University distributed fake eviction notices at a dormitory to protest Israel’s house demolition practices.
Five haredi Orthodox Jewish men were indicted for attacking a gay black man in Brooklyn.
New York parents are supposed to sign consent forms for a controversial circumcision rite. Why won’t the city say what — if anything — it has done to enforce the regulation?