Hatzolah of LA is currently trying to get its permit to transport patients, but is receiving opposition from the LA Fire Department. There is a hearing scheduled for 1/29 in front of the LA County Board to determine this issue, but the LAFD has issued a letter of opposition.
Rabbi Yehiel Kalish was sworn in to the Illinois House of Representatives on Sunday night. Kalish, 43, is the first rabbi to serve as an Illinois state representative.
The American State Department has confirmed the identity of the US citizen killed in the terror attack in Nairobi, Kenya on Tuesday.
At the recent Wedding of Yossel Meyers of Crown Heights and Rochel Elisheva Kupfer of Boro Park, some special guests were seen.
An Israeli search-and-rescue group will begin scouring the waters of the Danube River in the Hungarian capital of Budapest this week for the remains of Jews murdered during the Holocaust.
A Lakewood mother awoke during the night to hear her 4-week-old infant screaming, and then suddenly stopping. The mother barged into the room to find their nanny standing over the child with a pillow on her face.
The Miami Beach Jewish community was shocked to hear of a horrific tragedy which occurred on Tuesday night / Wednesday morning, when a teenage boy was tragically killed.
The first baby born in Nassau County Long Island in 2019 was born to Eli and Adina Derdik. The 7 pound, 13 ounce baby was born seven seconds after midnight at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New Hyde Park.
That a Shabbat-observant teen on her way to the 2020 Olympics took home the gold for the Under-20 Girls’ Doubles with her partner, Linda Shu, from Texas is an impressive feat. But what made the victory truly extraordinary is that she was competing in the high-energy, high-stress match on Asarah B’Tevet, a Jewish fast day.
This past Tuesday, Parshas Sh’mos, marked rare, emotional events, highlighting the kedusha of Klal Yisroel. Chesed Shel Emes unveiled 130 Matzeivos on the kvarim of niftarim who had no one in the world to care for their burial except for the dedicated volunteers of Chesed Shel Emes
Chabad.org is constantly trying to plumb the depths of technological innovation. That’s why this year chabad.org released a bevy of new features, apps and other ways to use technology to further teach and share Judaism.
2018 will be remembered as the year when the word “antisemitism” became a constant feature of the global news cycle, with reports of outrages against Jewish communities around the world, many of them violent, on a near-daily basis.
Simcha Rotem, the last surviving fighter from the 1943 Warsaw Ghetto uprising by Jewish partisans against the Nazis died on Saturday in Israel at the age of 94. Rotem survived by masterminding an escape through the drain system with dozens of comrades.
We present a video from JLI, on the question What is the Secret to Self-Esteem? Self esteem may be hard to come by, and a low one can really make your life difficult. So what is the secret to self esteem?
British Prime Minister Theresa May delivered an emotional and unequivocal broadside against antisemitism in her country during a House of Commons appearance on Wednesday.
The Rockland County Board of Health fined nine yeshivas in Rockland County that did not comply with mandates to prevent the further spread of the measles.
A new single titled “Am Hanetzach” was released by Israeli singer Kobi Brummer. The song, written around the challenges of Israeli life right now, and the hope of redemption was a hit on Israeli radio.
A petition to New York State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia demanding she retract guidelines designed to force a curriculum on private schools has gained traction in just a single day.
Three Jewish men were assaulted by a man with a rock in Miami Beach Thursday morning, sending one to the hospital with facial injuries.
Following the fire that destroyed a Cape Town South Africa Shul, that burned all but one of its Sifrei Torah, a public fast has been called by the Cape Town Beth Din.
In an apparent act of vandalism, a synagogue in Manhattan had one of its windows broken. The act, which caught on surveillance camera, does not appear to be a hate crime.
In a beautiful show of Jewish revival, a great Dutch Hall, which has not seen a Jewish event since World War Two, hosted a Chanukah concert this year.