Police say a man fired a shotgun twice outside a Jewish temple in Albany and shouted "Free Palestine" as he was taken into custody.
As the Israel-Hamas war grinds on, authorities say the tensions it has sparked has led to hate crimes against Jews and Muslims. Now, leaders on both sides are speaking out and urging peace.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres invoked Article 99 of the U.N. Charter, which says the secretary-general may inform the council of matters he believes threaten international peace.
Hanukkah comes during a time of darkness after the Hamas terror attack on Israel on Oct. 7 and the ongoing war in the Middle East.
In a rare punitive move against Israel, the State Department says it will impose travel bans on extremist Jewish settlers implicated in a rash of attacks on Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
FBI Director Christopher Wray testified Tuesday that the terror threat facing the United States has reached unprecedented levels since the Oct. 7 attack on Israel.
Pro-Palestinian protesters appeared to flood roadways on the Williamsburg Bridge, another demonstration disrupting everyday New York City life as the Israel-Hamas war rages in Gaza.
A group that calls themselves the "Columbia Social Workers 4 Palestine" was advertising an event to discuss the "Significance of the October 7th Palestinian Counteroffensive."
Israel’s war with Hamas resumed after a weeklong truce expired, with each side blaming the other for the resurgence of hostilities.
Amid uncertainty and growing urgency, loved ones of people being held hostage by Hamas in Gaza are speaking out on the critical need for medical attention for those held captive.
A New York Times report says Israel's military knew about Hamas' plans to attack Israel more than a year before the devastating Oct. 7 operation.
A busload of the latest Palestinian prisoners to be released by Israel has been welcomed home in the West Bank.
Crowds cheered and took pictures of the NYPD hat on fire as a person took out a Palestinian flag and held it up over the flames.
Protests led by pro-Palestinian groups erupted near the annual Rockefeller Center tree lighting. A few protesters were seen on video getting into brief scuffles with the NYPD outside the nearby News Corp. building -- which houses Fox News, The Wall Street Journal and the New York Post.
Israel released another group of Palestinian prisoners early Thursday in exchange for 16 hostages freed hours earlier by the Islamic militant group Hamas in Gaza.
Hamas has freed 12 hostages and Israel has released 30 Palestinian prisoners on the fifth day of a fragile cease-fire in the Gaza war.
Ruti Munder, who is 78, spoke to Israeli Channel 13 in one of the first interviews with a freed hostage and described the conditions she and her family faced.
Israel and Hamas have agreed to extend their cease-fire for two more days past Monday.
Hundreds of students stormed the hallways of Hillcrest High School in Queens, forcing the teacher to hide in a locked office as the group tried to push its way into her classroom, according to reports.
Two women have been arrested after allegedly assaulting a Jewish woman on the Upper West Side after a confrontation over Israeli hostage posters earlier this month.