Jews aren’t allowed to charge interest to each other, or take out loans or mortgages from companies like Quicken that are owned by Jews.
American ultra-Orthodox leaders says Israelis shouldn’t listen to liberal Jews’ demands to allow women to pray at the Western Wall.
Why can’t the religious right understand that it is wrong to stand with child molesters and the institutions that enabled them?
Under previous rules, relief funds could not go to synagogues and other houses of worship due to concerns about separation of church and state.
After 28 years in Washington, Abba Cohen of Agudath Israel of America is uniquely positioned to reap the fruits of his decades-long labors.
A group of students ventured past the protestors without making eye contact as one boy worked up the courage to grab a flyer.
Armed with a presidential tweet, a bill moving forward in Congress and a pending lawsuit, Jewish and Christian advocates believe they are on the verge of overturning a long-standing policy that has prohibited federal emergency funds from reaching houses of worship hit by natural disasters.
With the center of gravity moving to New Jersey and Long Island’s Modern Orthodox enclaves from Washington, D.C., and New York City’s Upper West Side, a new power structure is emerging.
NEW YORK — Agudath Israel of America has filed a brief on behalf of a New York state law banning assisted suicide that is being challenged in the state’s highest court. The haredi Orthodox group filed its amicus brief in the case of Myers v. Schneiderman, where arguments in the Court of Appeals are…
A newspaper reports that an ultra-Orthodox umbrella group has dropped its opposition to lifting limits on sex abuse cases. Does it check out?