Jordan Kutzik works with Holocaust survivors for a living. That’s why he was taken aback when a colleague stumped him with this simple question: Who counts as a Holocaust survivor?
A ‘fake frum’ con artist has been ID’d by more than a dozen Orthodox victims. They say he tricked them into giving him money with tales of woe.
Sotheby’s auction house said on Friday it acquired the “Pink Star” diamond, which had fetched a world-record price in November, after its buyer couldn’t pay and defaulted.
Kon Trubkovich explores the connection between real snow and the static on your TV screen. The Moscow-born artist says he’s exploring the interplay of individual and collective memory.
Yeshiva University, previously said to be withholding ordination from a student who held a partnership minyan in his home, now says it will grant the student ordination in March.
The Jewish aide at the center of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s ‘Bridgegate’ scandal joked about manufacturing a traffic jam at the home of a local rabbi.
Bloomingburg, N.Y. may soon be home to thousands of Hasidic Jews. But developer Shalom Lamm’s big plans for this tiny village are sparking outrage among locals.
William Levin thought he was being funny when he wrote ‘Everyone Is Pregnant’ in the newsletter of his Brooklyn congregation. But for many, it was no joke.
Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto ordered a New York City police officer to arrest his top aide’s business rival, according to allegations in a civil suit.
The American Jewish World Service called on the Obama administration to pull ambassadors from Uganda and Nigeria because of what it says are escalating anti-gay and other repressive measures by those governments.