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NYU Settles Lawsuit with Jewish Students Over Virulent Campus Anti-Semitism

By: JNS.org New York University settled a lawsuit filed by its students, who alleged that the private academic institution in Manhattan didn’t do enough to...

Adams Declares NYC a ‘Has-Bin’ as New Trash Container Policy Rolls Out

By:David Ben Hooren On Monday, Mayor Eric Adams proclaimed a significant shift in New York City's approach to waste management, revealing the city's first official...

NJ’s Menendez Accused of Leveraging Position to Amass Wealth During Trial

By: Meyer Wolfsheim As the bribery trial of Senator Bob Menendez approaches its conclusion, federal prosecutors have painted a damning picture of the New Jersey...

Malliotakis Slams Queens BP for Implying that Staten Island Hasn’t Taken Enough Migrants

By: Rob Otto Staten Island Representative Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY) strongly criticized Queens Borough President Donovan Richards on Monday for implying that Staten Island has not...

Goldman Sachs Banker Fired After Guilty Plea for Sexual Assault on Niece

By: Don Driggers Ronan O’Grady, a banker at Goldman Sachs, was dismissed from his position last month after it was revealed that he had pleaded...

Mayor Adams May Face Heavy Competition in 2025 NYC Mayoral Race

By: Hadassa Kalatizadeh The November 2025 New York City Mayoral election may turn out to be a heated one. Several high profile figures have indicated...

NYC’s Dining Sheds May Be a Thing of the Past

By: Serach Nissim After the pandemic hit, restaurants in New York City saved their businesses by two means—deliveries and erecting outdoor dining sheds. The city’s...

Park Avenue’s Commercial Leasing Market Shows No Signs of Slowing Down

By: Mario Mancini Park Avenue's commercial leasing market shows no signs of slowing down, highlighted by a recent significant transaction. Tradeweb Markets has signed a...

Over Half of Manhattan Homes Purchased are All-Cash Deals

By: Ilana Siyance There’s a new standard in purchasing a home in Manhattan— and it entails paying in all-cash. As reported by the NY Post,...

The Hamptons Emerges as Celebrity and Zionist Mecca in July 4th Party Debut

By: Lieba Nesis If you weren’t one of the fortunate 350 invited to Michael Rubin’s July 4th white party such as Beyonce, Kim Kardashian and...

Midtown’s Decoration & Design Building Sees Drop in Occupancy

By: Hadassa Kalatizadeh Midtown Manhattan’s Decoration & Design Building is facing a more than $30 million loss as occupancy declines. As reported by Crain’s NY,...

Long-Delayed NY/NJ Gateway Tunnel Project Gets $6.8B in Federal Funding

By: Hellen Zaboulani Finally, here’s some promising news about the long-delayed Hudson Tunnel project linking New York and New Jersey. As reported by Crain’s NY,...

Even Biggest Donors Not Able to Convince Biden to Withdraw from Race

By: Benyamin Davidsons The Democratic Party is facing perhaps its biggest crisis in history. There has been calls for President Joe Biden to step aside...

MTA Struggling with Empty Storefronts and Weak Business at Subway

By: Benyamin Davidsons Retail business in New York City’s underground subway system is still struggling. As reported by the NY Times, the effects of the coronavirus...

Manhattan Jews have marched in support of hostages every Shabbat since Nov. 4

By Mike Wagenheim (JNS) Michelle Sarna and her family were visiting Israel to celebrate her mother’s birthday last year when Hamas attacked Israel on Oct....

Jewish family, allegedly assaulted at fifth-grade graduation, plans to sue NYC for $100 million

(JNS) A Jewish family, that says it was physically assaulted at a fifth grade Brooklyn public school graduation, intends to sue New York City...

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