The family of a gay, black student beaten to near-death by a band of Hasidic neighborhood watchmen will have to wait two more months to see their son’s lead attacker face his fate.
A state judge said it would violate an Orthodox Jewish man’s constitutional rights for the judge to use a secular divorce proceeding to compel him to grant his wife a “Get,” an authorization to remarry under religious law.
THIS is the shocking moment a furious mob of Orthodox Jews make a citizen’s arrest on a traffic warden after he mowed a man down with his scooter.
Bomb threats are being reported at 16 Jewish centers in nine US states. Several Jewish community centers have been evacuated after receiving near-simultaneous bomb threats, according to local reports.
Reports on the police investigation into suspicions of graft by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have focused on stories of lavish gifts of cigars, pink champagne and Mariah Carey concert tickets.
Wix.com, the Tel Aviv-based do-it-yourself website development company, on Wednesday said it would once again broadcast a commercial during the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 7.
Cmdr. Manny Yitzhaki, the head of the police Intelligence and Investigations Division and also a key figure in the criminal investigation of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, will retire in June, it was announced on Monday, without stating his replacement.
Edward Snowden’s leave to remain in Russia has been extended for three years, his lawyer has said, as a Russian official said the whistleblower would not be extradited to the US even if relations improved under the incoming president, Donald Trump.
The founder of the popular right-wing blog The Right Stuff resigned over the revelation that his wife is Jewish.
An NYPD sergeant who helps oversee security at Gracie Mansion and once worked in First Lady Chirlane McCray’s personal detail tested positive for marijuana and has been suspended.