The FBI and Department of Homeland Security are telling people to be on high alert for terrorist attacks on the Fourth of July as threats from ISIS grow.
An upstate New York school district will pay $4.48 million and pass curriculum and training reforms to settle a lawsuit filed by five current and former Jewish students who claimed they were victims of anti-Semitism in the schools.
NEW YORK — Rabbi Avi Weiss is quitting the Rabbinical Council of America to protest its failure to admit as members rabbis whose sole ordination is from the rabbinical school he founded.
A wolf of Wall Street has to cough up $18 million for sexually harassing and then trashing his pretty Swedish underling, a Manhattan jury found Monday.
Donald Trump labeled NBC as “weak and foolish” after they ended their business relationship with the GOP hopeful over his comments about immigrants from Mexico, and said he’d see the Peacock network in court.
According to a Channel 10 News report filed by Baruch Kra, Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto testified against former senior Israel Police commander, Ephraim Bracha. Bracha, who headed the 433 Unit, Israel’s equivalent to the FBI, led to Rav Pinto being investigated.
Four people were wounded in the attack, including one seriously. Two of the victims were evacuated to the Shaarei Tzedek Hospital in Jerusalem, among them the seriously wounded victim and one more in light-to-moderate condition.
The New York Police Department provided more than just security for the city’s annual pride parade.
An extremist Jewish group paid non-Jewish Mexican laborers to protest on their behalf at the New York gay pride parade Sunday and hold up anti-gay signs, the New York Times reported.
The Council of the Chief Rabbinate approved on Monday the extension of Rabbi Shlomo Riskin’s term as chief rabbi of Efrat, for an additional five years.