Judaism

“We chose our traditional day of mourning to be sad together. But we also wanted to share our anger," said the CEO of the National Council of Jewish Women.
A rabbi reported two fires at his home in a Boston suburb. Nearby, a Chabad center was also targeted.
To get out of Nazi Germany, Lilly Cassirer gave up a painting by impressionist Camille Pissarro. Her descendants have spent years trying to get it back.
New York City ordered mandatory measles vaccinations in parts of Brooklyn earlier this month amid a broad outbreak of the virus.
“We are absolutely certain this is an appropriate use of our emergency powers,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday.
He said his swift move to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights surprised even his ambassador to Israel.
Trump smirks about the Muslim congresswoman in a speech to a Jewish GOP group in Las Vegas.
Muslim groups stood in solidarity with their Jewish neighbors after a shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue. Jewish groups are now reciprocating that kindness.
Rabbis aren't sure what it'll take to protect their congregants -- or whether guns should be part of the solution.
Police are investigating an incident at Yeshiva Yoreh Deah in Livingston Manor.
The Los Angeles Lakers star caught flak for quoting a rap lyric, but he thought it was a "compliment."
The New York Democrat said that many generations ago, her family members were Sephardic Jews who fled the Spanish Inquisition.
MaNishtana wants to remind people that "there's not one way to be Jewish."
Born and raised in a Hasidic home in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, MaNishtana speaks out against the racism and bigotry he experiences within his own Orthodox community.
If convicted, Samuel Woodward faces a maximum sentence of life in prison without parole.
A grand jury issued a 44-count indictment that charges him with murder and hate crimes after he killed 11 people at the Tree of Life synagogue.
Loren Jacobs invoked Jesus in praying for the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims.
More swastikas desecrate Jewish cemeteries and frighten Jewish students. And now 11 people have been massacred.
The nonprofit has often criticized the Trump administration's drastic cutbacks in refugees admitted to the U.S.