Manhattan prosecutors are reportedly worried about the weakness of their case against the South Jersey man accused of the notorious 1979 kidnapping and murder of Etan Patz in SoHo.
The ‘Jewiest dog in show’ returned to the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show — but fell short in the prestigious competition.
The president of a Staten Island Jewish cemetery is accused of embezzling $2 million — less than a year after his predecessor’s wife admitted to stealing over $1 million.
Human rights activists were unsuccessful in their attempt to deliver a letter to the Ugandan embassy in Washington signed by more than 400 rabbis protesting that country’s anti-homosexuality policy.
An ultra-Orthodox web-filtering company will begin blocking photos and videos sent via the WhatsApp system starting today. Some rabbis have denounced the service as a danger to Jewish life.
Woody Allen has dated (and married) much younger women. That doesn’t make him a pedophile — and gay activist Jay Michaelson explains why it’s such a dangerous leap.
A Long Island yeshiva student was charged with repeatedly scrawling anti-Semitic graffiti inside a commuter train station.
A bill targeting academic boycotts of Israel is back on track in New York’s state legislature, with similar measures popping up in other statehouses and even the U.S. Congress.
New York’s decidedly left-leaning new mayor, Bill de Blasio, was assailed by a group of decidedly left-leaning Jews for a speech in which he pledged his friendship to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.
Four people arrested in New York have been charged with drugs offences possibly connected to narcotics found at the home of film star Philip Seymour Hoffman following his death of an apparent heroin overdose, police officials said on Wednesday.