(JTA) — Swastikas and Nazi slogans remain on dozens of trees in an upstate New York town months after they were first reported to local police. Police in Clarkstown, in Rockland County, say they are continuing to investigate the vandalism, which was first brought to their attention on July 24, the Journal News reported. No arrests…
I got on the subway in Manhattan on Saturday night, February 4, only to find a Swastika on every advertisement and every window. This is how we dealt with it.
(JTA) — A swastika and “KKK” were found trampled in the snow in a park in Queens, New York. The graffiti discovered Wednesday morning in a Middle Village is being investigated by the New York Police Department Hate Crimes Task Force, DNAinfo reported. Eileen O’Gara Linzer was walking her dog when she spotted the graffiti; she…
(JTA) — A political cartoon dealing with Israel’s conflict with the Palestinians appeared on the New York state Regents exam, reportedly causing some students discomfort. The cartoon that appeared on the exam administered Jan. 24 shows three Israeli soldiers — identified by a Star of David on the back of one — huddling behind an…
New York State governor Andrew Cuomo has a new proposal that would lift the statute of limitations that has prevented victims of sex abuse from seeking justice for crimes committed against them as children.
A vandal scrawled swastikas on a poster in a Manhattan subway station advertising an exhibit at New York’s Jewish Museum. The poster, hanging in the Dyckman Street station on the A train line, was found to be defaced with four swastikas, drawn in black marker, on Monday night and “Jewish Museum” crossed out.
Visiting home is a process in acknowledging how alienating it is to not be one of the predominantly major-isms of “real’ America anymore — white, straight and Christian.
Schumer is assembling the biggest leadership teams in recent memory, spanning the gamut from left wing populists to blue dog Democrats.
Carnegie Deli will serve its last mile-high pastrami sandwich today at midnight, despite a late offer from a former dishwasher to buy the restaurant for $10 million.
The iconic spot, open for almost eight decades, was where Woody Allen filmed scenes for his homage to New York, “Broadway Danny Rose.”