Anti-Semitic 'Elmo' Charged with ExtortionNew York City's anti-Semitic 'Elmo' attempted to extort $2 million from the Girl Scouts, in another provocation since last year's tirade.
Poverty Increases Among New York's JewsPoverty has risen dramatically in the New York Jewish community since 2002, according to a new UJA-Federation of New York report.
NYPD: Israel Parade 'Manifestation of Support'Chief of NYPD tells Arutz Sheva: Israel Day Parade is “a manifestation of the support that this community has for the State of Israel.”
New York ‘Passionate’ About Fighting Anti-SemitismDistrict Attorney describes fight against anti-Semitism. ‘You live in Brooklyn, I’m going to expect you respect other people.’
In New York: Am Yisrael ChaiVideo: thousands took part in the annual Israel Day Parade in the heart of New York.
Golden Dawn Disrupts New York Film ScreeningSupporters of Greek neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party shouted death threats as they were ousted from a documentary screening in New York.
Running for Israel: VideoL’Chaim Run/Walk for Israel took place in New York on Sunday. The winner: A non-Jew who is a great supporter of Israel.
Weiner Launches New York City Mayoral CampaignFormer New York congressman Anthony Weiner has officially announced that be will be running for mayor of New York City.
Cigarette-Smuggling Arab Linked to Yeshiva MurderOne of 16 Arab men arrested in cigarette-smuggling scheme linked to murder of yeshiva student on Brooklyn Bridge.
New York's ComebackConstruction workers bolted the last pieces of a 408-foot spire into place atop One World Trade Center.
The Oven that Travelled from Iran to New YorkNew York's Iranian Jewish community is excited and moved by a bread oven which came all the way from Iran to a local kosher supermarket.
Families Denounce 9/11 Museum Admission Fee PlansFamilies of 9/11 victims are outraged over the National September 11 Memorial Museum's decision to charge admission fees.
New Yorkers Raise Funds for IsraelThe Mashadi Synagogue in Great Neck, New York holds a special market aimed at fundraising for Israeli organizations.
New York Joins Lag Ba'Omer CelebrationsThe Jewish community in New York celebrated Lag Ba'Omer with bonfires and lots of singing and dancing. Arutz Sheva was there.
Would-be NY Synagogue Bomber Gets 5 YearsMohamed Mamdouh, a would-be synagogue bomber in New York City, was sentenced to five years in prison.
Boston Bombers Planned to Attack Times SquareThe brothers accused of staging the Boston Marathon bombings planned a new attack in Times Square, says NYC mayor.
Muslim Teen Arrested After Harrassing JewNew York Police arrested a Muslim teen who yelled anti-Semitic slurs at a Jewish man on the subway, then tried to resist arrest.
Who Tried to Silence Pamela Geller?The Jewish community in New York is protesting an attempt to silence Jewish activist Pamela Geller, who warns against the dangers of Islam.
'Police and Elected Officials Are Very Supportive'New York-based author Yossi Gestetner addresses the burning of mezuzot in an apartment building in Brooklyn this week.
US Budget Cuts to Delay Trial of Bin Laden ComradeThe highly anticipated trial of Osama bin Laden's son-in-law could be delayed due to U.S. federal budget cuts.
Burned Mezuzot Found in New York on Yom Hashoah11 mezuzot were burned in an apartment building in Brooklyn as Jews marked Holocaust Remembrance Day.
NY Senator Arrested in Alleged Mayoral Race SchemeA senior New York State politician was arrested on charges that he tried to bribe his way onto ballot for state’s upcoming mayoral election.
New York Mayor Plans Gun Control Ad BlitzNew York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is bankrolling a $12 million nationwide ad campaign in a bid to counter the US gun lobby's vast influence.
'Prototype al-Qaeda Operative' Charged in New YorkAlleged al-Qaeda who plotted a bomb attack against American diplomatic facilities in Nigeria was charged Wednesday in New York.
Algerian Given 10 Years for Synagogue Bomb PlotA New York judge sentences Ahmed Ferhani to 10 years in prison for conspiring to attack synagogues in the city.
Video: Israel's Consul General Addresses OlimIsrael’s Consul General in New York, Ido Aharoni, took part in the aliyah event at Times Square in Manhattan this week.
Terror Suspect Pleads Guilty in New York Bomb PlotA 21-year-old Bangladeshi man pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges that he attempted to bomb the Federal Reserve bank in New York City.
Converging Storms Could Spell Major Snow for NYCHeavy snow and blizzard conditions are forecasted to hit the crowded US northeast on Friday as two winter storms converge on the region.
Bloomberg: College Should Hold Anti-Israel EventNew York Mayor defends Brooklyn College’s decision to co-sponsor a discussion about the BDS movement.
N. Korea Posts Video Depicting New York Set AblazePoised to conduct a nuclear test, N. Korea has posted a video depicting a US city resembling New York ablaze after an apparent attack.
Muslims Claim Unfair Surveillance by NYPDCivil rights lawyers allege that the New York Police Department has been using unlawful tactics in its counterterrorism efforts.
'Shema Yisrael' to be Engraved on Koch's GraveFormer New York Mayor Ed Koch's memorial stone will include a Magen David (Jewish Star) and the first portion of the Shema prayer.
CAIR Member Seeks Seat on New York City CouncilZead Ramadan, head of the New York branch of Hamas-affiliated CAIR, to run against Jew for seat on New York City Council.
Police Recover Stolen Torah Worth $30,000A Brooklyn Torah that was reported to be stolen and estimated to be worth around $30,000 was found, according to officials.
Plane From NY Blows Tires, Veers Off NJ RunwayA United Express airplane from New York blew four tires as it landed at Newark Liberty International Airport and veered off a runway
NY Passes Toughest Gun Ownership LawsNew law closes several loopholes in an existing state ban on assault weapon sale and extends the requirement for background checks
New York's Cuomo Signs New Tough Gun LawsNew York becomes the first U.S. state to impose new restrictions on gun ownership in the wake the Connecticut massacre.
Bus Strike Will Leave 152,000 Kids StrandedDrivers of New York's yellow school buses plan to go on strike Wednesday, leaving 152,000 children without transportation.
NY Set to Enact Toughest Restrictions on GunsNew York may become the first US state to enact tough new restrictions on assault weapons in the wake of the Connecticut school massacre.
New York Court Upholds 'Metzizah' InjunctionNew York City court approves directive that consent form must be signed before “metzizah be'peh” stage of the Jewish bris is performed.
NY Gov Gets Serious About Gun ControlGovernor called for legislation that would ban high capacity magazines and seek to deprive the mentally ill of weapons.
50 Injured as Ferry Crashes in New York"There was a large jolt. It felt like we were in a car crash. Several people were thrown into the air," said one passenger.
Israel-Based Show Rates #1 in New YorkAaron Klein is most listened-to personality on weekend evening radio.
Trial of Terrorist Who Planned to Blow up SubwayA Pakistani Al-Qaeda suspect, extradited from Britain, pleaded not guilty to plotting to send a suicide bomber into the NYC subway.
Two Firefighters Shot Dead in New YorkTwo firefighters were shot dead on Monday in Webster, N.Y after a gunman opened fire as emergency personnel responded to a blaze.
Accused Killer of NY Boy Pleads Not GuiltyPedro Hernandez, the man accused of killing six-year-old Etan Patz pleads not guilty two counts of murder and one count of kidnapping.
Yankees Offer Youkilis $12 MillionThe New York Yankees reportedly offered Jewish free agent Kevin Youkilis a one-year, $12 million contract.
Rep. Bachmann: Concessions Suicidal for IsraelRep. Michele Bachmann underlines that US demands for more Israeli concessions are suicidal for the Jewish State.
New York Synagogue Bombing Suspect Pleads GuiltyA suspect in a plot to disguise himself as a Jew and unleash a bloodbath in Manhattan synagogues pleads guilty to terror charges.
NY City Council Asks: 'Jew Representing NYC?'A NY City Council hopeful asks constituents: “A White/Jewish City Council Member representing Upper Manhattan?”
Hurricane Sandy Still an Unwelcome GuestThe destruction of Hurricane Sandy has barely been touched as Hanukkah approaches
Fire Ravages Popular Jewish Manhattan DeliA raging three-alarm fire ravaged a popular Jewish deli in Manhattan on Sunday, resulting in several minor injuries.
Support for Pillar of Defense in New York, ParisThousands are rallying to support Israel's right to defend its citizens in the face of ongoing rocket fire from Gaza.
NYC to Demolish Hundreds of Storm-Struck HomesNew York City workers are set to demolish at least 200 homes that were damaged beyond repair during Frankenstorm Hurricane Sandy last month.
Sandy Postpones 'Metziaza Be'Peh' HearingManhattan court postpones hearing against new requirement that parents sign a consent form before brit procedure.
First Sandy, Now Athena. What's Next?With nor'easter causing new havoc, residents of the East Coast are starting to believe they're living in 'sequel to horror movie'.
1.4 Million Still in Dark from Hurricane SandyMore than a million households are still in the dark one week after Hurricane Sandy struck the Eastern Seaboard of the United States.