Brooklyn, NY – Assault charges against an Orthodox Jewish man alleged to have participated in the gang beating of a gay black college student in Williamsburg in 2013 have been dismissed.
Former secretary of defense Chuck Hagel pulled no punches in a new interview, accusing the White House of failing to devise a coherent strategy on Syria and of being utterly unprepared for the rise of the Islamic State terror group. He also charged that some in the Obama White House tried to “destroy” him politically…Details
NEW YORK – The American Jewish Committee has called on the United States Army to stop denying security clearances for Jews who have family living in Israel.
The ultra-Orthodox city of Bnei Brak is abuzz after the Cofix coffee chain, which offers all its products for NIS 5 (about $1.30), opened its fourth branch on Rabbi Akiva Street, sparking an intense business battle between the chain and owners of the veteran stores on the busy street.
Lord Janner of Braunstone, one of the most prominent members of the British Jewish community, died on Saturday following a long illness, his family confirmed. He was 87.
Hundreds of protesters have gathered outside the house of Shin Bet head Yoram Cohen, demanding the release of the Duma suspects.
Newark, NJ – A New Jersey nonprofit that was sued for offering to turn gays to heterosexuals has been ordered to close.
TORONTO – Police have charged a former Jewish school teacher after he was caught viewing child pornography on a computer at an employment centre last month.
Dr. Gershon Pincus practices dentistry in Brooklyn and Manhattan. After many years in private practice he decided that he wanted to give something back to his country so he found an opportunity for part time work at a Naval Clinic in Saratoga Springs NY about 200 miles north of NYC.
Jerry Seinfeld, the successful stand-up comic and creator of one of television’s most watched sitcoms, landed in Israel’s Ben-Gurion Airport on Friday.