The public prosecutor is investigating it as a potential hate crime.
August 15 2023 6:32 PM
The Supreme Court denied the school's request to stop a lower court order for it to recognize an LGBTQ+ group, so Yeshiva has temporarily halted all undergrad club activities.
Ruthie Berman and her wife, Connie Kurtz, successfully sued the New York City Board of Education for domestic partner benefits in 1988.
On this International Holocaust Remembrance Day, we must learn from our past in order to build a safe, secure future for all.
Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum, leader of LGBTQ-focused Congregation Beit Simchat Torah, provides a contrast to Donald Trump's homophobic appointees.
There's light now that President Joe Biden is in office, but the capitol insurrection reminds us that anti-Semitism (among other things) is alive and well.
Organized by HRC, the service will observe Easter and Passover while memorializing victims of the current pandemic.
Rabbi Meir Mazuz claimed only "Arab countries that don't have this evil inclination" will be spared from the global pandemic.
The new documentary, Latter Day Jew, follows H. Alan Scott, a former Mormon who gets cancer and converts to Judaism.
Gavriel Krausz says desperate measures are needed in response to a new U.K. law requiring LGBTQ inclusion in religious and sex education.
Adam Eli, who was wearing a pink yarmulke and other gay-identified items, was harassed by a stranger at a Chelsea subway station.