President Donald Trump posted to Twitter a photo showing Russian President Vladimir Putin and Senator Charles Schumer noshing on Krispy Kreme.
The rapidity with which Muslims in Rochester came to the city’s Jews is another sign of an emerging interfaith alliance.
— The Jewish Theological Seminary joined other Jewish Conservative groups in a U.S. Supreme Court appeal against a presidential move that allows schools to decide who may enter gender-segregated bathrooms. On Thursday, JTA wrote in a statement that it has joined an amicus brief designed to uphold the “rights of transgender students to use public…
Ben Stern is a 95-year-old survivor of the Nazi concentration camps — who now lives with a 31-year-old German grandchild of Nazis, Lea Heitfeld.
Meredith Dragon, head of the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester, said police were investigating the cemetery matter as “an anti-Semitic incident.”
Is Ivanka Trump shaping out to a liberal counter-force to Steve Bannon in Trump’s White House?
NEW YORK — Katz’s Delicatessen, a staple on New York’s Lower East Side since 1888, is opening its first outpost — in downtown Brooklyn. The old-school deli, famous for the legendary “When Harry Met Sally” scene “I’ll have what she’s having,” will open an offshoot at the DeKalb Market Hall in April, AM New…
– A former culture minister of France distanced herself from an up-and-coming journalist who interviewed her recently following the discovery of virulent anti-Semitic tweets he authored. Christiane Taubira, who last month granted a wide-ranging interview to Mehdi Meklat, 24, of the Les Inrocks magazine, said she would not have afforded him that access had…
– A former model who lost her sexual molestation lawsuit against the disgraced billionaire Jeffrey Epstein was arrested for breaking into a Victoria’s Secret underwear store in New York. Maximillia Cordero, 33, was arrested Monday for breaking into the Upper East Side store, the New York Daily News reported Thursday.
Hundreds of protesters attended a demonstration against hate crimes in Philadelphia following the recent vandalism at a Jewish cemetery and hate crimes around the country. The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, organized the rally, held Thursday under the banner “Stand Against Hate.”
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