Police have nailed four suspects in the senseless carjack killing of Jewish lawyer Dustin Friedland, who was shot in front of his horrified wife at a New Jersey mall.
Countless Jewish cemeteries across the country are in varying states of disrepair. Some 40 to 50 of them are in the New York area alone.
Love him or hate him, one thing is for sure: New Yorkers will not forget outgoing Mayor Michael Bloomberg anytime soon.
Yeshiva U. has been facing a fiscal crisis for some time. Financial data obtained by the Forward indicates that it’s getting worse — and cuts are hitting students and faculty hard.
Columbia law professor Ariela Dubler has been appointed as the new head of the Abraham Joshua Heschel School.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, in his final major policy speech before leaving office at year’s end, on Wednesday warned that a budding U.S. urban revival is threatened by mushrooming public pension and health-care costs.
A suburban New York City man was arrested for allegedly assaulting seven men in so-called knockout game attacks.
Jacob Ostreicher, a New York businessman held in Bolivia since 2010, is back in the United States.
A wave of so-called ‘knockout game’ attacks has unnerved Jews in Brooklyn, especially in racially divided Crown Heights. Is the threat real, or hype?
Police throughout the United States are investigating whether a rash of teen attacks on strangers, many of them Jewish, is a crime trend known as the “knockout game” or a series of random acts of violence.