NYC Official: US-Israel Relationship is 'Strong'NYC Public Advocate Letitia James reveals that the US still considers Israel an 'ally' despite cooling relations between Netanyahu, Obama.
Cabbie Tells Jewish Passenger 'All Jews Must Die'Suit filed against Manhattan cab driver after he allegedly threatened passenger, drove recklessly.
New England Braces for 'Historic' Snowstorm2-3 ft. of snow projected to fall across multiple states, prompting panic among 58 million in its shadow.
Cupcake Company Tweets Sweet Anti-SemitismCupcake Crew, a finalist on a television reality show, elicits backlash after tweeting 'Zionist pigs' remark.
Ex-Cop Charged with Anti-Semitic Graffiti in NYCBrooklyn ex-cop sprayed swastikas in Borough Park because he 'just didn't like' Jews, court papers show.
Who Killed New York Hareidi Millionaire?Police suspect business partner in the murder of Satmar Hassid and prominent businessman Menachem Stark.
Slain Hassidic Millionaire to Be Buried in J'lemCommunity mourns 'true person of kindness', as murder investigation focuses on his business associates: 'He had enemies'.
De Blasio Wins NYC in LandslideDemocrat wins mayoral race by a margin of 49 percentage points – the largest since 1985.
Reward Offered for Information on GraffitiNYC Councilman offers reward for information on individuals responsible for hateful graffiti in Borough Park.
9/11 Plane Part Found in NYCPolice removed a 250-pound piece of an airplane wing from near the World Trade Center that is believed to be part of a 9/11 jetliner.
Boston Suspects Planned to 'Party' in NY: PoliceThe brothers suspected of carrying out deadly Boston Marathon attacks had planned to head to a Manhattan party after explosions.
NYC Mayoral Candidiate Blasts College's BDS EventNew York City Democratic mayoral candidate joined in the chorus of opposition directed at Brooklyn College for co-sponsoring BDS event.
New York Woman Charged with Hate Crime31-year-old woman charged with murder as a hate crime after shoving a New York man to his death in front of an oncoming subway train.
Man Pushed to his Death in Front of NYC SubwayPolice in New York City on Friday were hunting for a woman suspected of pushing a man to his death under an oncoming subway train..
NY City Council Asks: 'Jew Representing NYC?'A NY City Council hopeful asks constituents: “A White/Jewish City Council Member representing Upper Manhattan?”
Communities Pull Together to Survive in Queens, LICommunities are pulling together and families in Queens and Long Island are struggling to survive after Sandy and a nor'easter came by.
America's Northeast Braces for New StormWith more than a million households still without power following Hurricane Sandy, eastern New York braces for another storm: a nor'easter.
US Voters Wait .. and Wait to Cast BallotsThanks to Hurricane Sandy, in some states US voters waited for more than an hour before being able to cast their ballots.
22 Torah Scrolls Found Damaged in Belle HarborIn a single seaside community, volunteers from New York's Jewish Shomrim organization have discovered 22 damaged Torah scrolls.
NYC Chabad Head Out to Help with Hurricane ReliefChabad-Lubavitch emissaries are on another "mission from G-d" -- this time, organizing volunteers for hurricane relief in New York City.
Another 1st for Sandy: 2012 NYC Marathon CanceledChalk up another "first" for Hurricane Sandy in the annals of New York: the 2012 NYC Marathon, set for Sunday, has been canceled.
Giuliani: Obama Should 'Resign' Over Libya, SandyRudy Giuliani tore into Obama, saying the president should "resign" over terrorist attack in Libya and for campaigning after Hurricane Sandy
Hurricane Sandy Forces Bellevue EvacuationAnother New York hospital -- venerable Bellevue -- has been forced to evacuate its patients due to damage from Hurricane Sandy.
Tri-State Commuters Crawling Back to WorkMost commuters on Thursday in NY, NJ and CT had no choice but to drive, clogging roads into a crawl following Hurricane Sandy's destruction.
New York Slowly Getting Back to NormalIt's a slow process, but New York is making its way back to normal life in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Metro New York's Subway, Trains Down 'For Days'Hurricane Sandy has totally paralyzed the underground system used by New Yorkers for more than a century to travel the city.
New York 'On Hold' for Hurricane SandyThe City of New York is “on hold,” public transit shut down, stock exchange and stores closed for Hurricane Sandy. A7 Readers: send pics!
NY Plans Transit 'Timeout' for Hurricane SandyGovernor Cuomo orders MTA to plan for a possible “orderly suspension” of commuter services for Hurricane Sandy.
Greek Neo-Nazi Party Opens Office in NYCGreece's neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party has set up an office in New York City, in an effort to reach out to Greek citizens living abroad.
New Controversial Jihad Ad to Appear in NYC SubwayA new pro-Israel advertisement is set to make its debut on New York City's subway system next week.
Israeli Law Center Sues Ahmadinejad's NYC HotelAn Israeli law center is suing a NYC hotel that agreed to host the Iranian President during his visit next week, when he will address UN.
2 Dead in Empire State Building ShootingA man shot his former co-worker at point-blank range Friday outside the Empire State Building. He was killed moments later by NYC police.
NYC Subway Blast Sends Wave of Panic Down 2nd Ave.An underground explosion at the 2nd Avenue subway project in Manhattan sent a wave of panic down the streets of NYC Tuesday.
Airport Plotter Wanted to Kill 'Jewish Attorney'Convicted mastermind of a plot to blow up pipelines at NYC's JFK airport is suspected of having conspired to murder his Jewish attorney.
'Elmo' Creates Anti-Semitic Disturbance in NYCA man in an Elmo costume was removed from Central Park in New York City after going on an anti-Semitic rant.
'Concert in the Park' to Push BDSers Out of ParadeSome 35,000 marchers from 200 organizations are set to march in this Sunday's Israel Day Parade.
NYC to Ban Jumbo Sugary Drinks, Combat ObesityNYC's Mayor Bloomberg is working on ways to keep things healthy by planning a ban on jumbo sugary drinks in numerous venues.
Mandatory Arabic at NYC Public SchoolAn upper Manhattan public elementary school will be the first in the city to require that students study Arabic.
Google Donates NY Office Space to TechnionGoogle is planning to provide office space to the new applied science program of Cornell University and Technion Institute of Technology.