Two days after giving birth, Reut carefully swaddled her fifth child and took a taxi from the hospital to a shelter for victims of domestic abuse.
A Jerusalem business owner Matti Ben David now working at a girl’s seminary was arrested Sunday on suspicion of raping dozens of ultra-Orthodox women he employed.
Film director Rama Burshtein’s team includes all the usual movie-making roles, but with a couple of exceptions: her rabbi and an assistant who keeps her from coming into contact with men.
A Orthodox Jewish pregnant woman got a high-flying assist from the NYPD when she went into “the early stages of birth” on a charter fishing boat Wednesday afternoon.
The Hon. Judge Rachel “Ruchie” Freier made history this week as the first Chassidic woman ever to be elected to take the bench in New York Civil Court.
A group of Beit Shemesh women fighting to remove “modesty signs” plastered around their city won a key battle in court on Sunday.
A woman claims she was fired by her nonprofit health-care boss because she wasn’t Jewish enough.
The Parks Department announced this week that it planned to end a policy of setting aside four hours a week for a “Women’s Swim” at a public pool in Williamsburg, ending a decade-long accommodation for the neighborhood’s Orthodox Jewish women.
Extradition proceedings against an Australian woman accused of sexually abusing students at an ultra-Orthodox girls’ school were halted Sunday, after a judge in Israel ruled her unfit to stand trial.
As an Orthodox Jewish grandmother living in Marine Park, Brooklyn, Malky, 47, is usually covered from head to toe. She wears the wig known as a sheitel, and sports the traditional garb that doesn’t do much justice to the female form.