Joyce Fienberg, a 75-year-old grandmother of six and former researcher, was among the 11 worshipers shot dead at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life synagogue — called the worst anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history.
A jury acquitted a white former police officer Friday in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager as he was fleeing a high-stakes traffic stop outside Pittsburgh, a confrontation that was captured on video and led to weeks of unrest.
A white Pennsylvania police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black teenager last year goes on trial starting Tuesday in a case that could put him behind bars for life.
Authorities are investigating the dissemination of anti-Semitic pamphlets in Pittsburgh neighborhoods, including the one in which a gunman killed 11 people in a synagogue in October.
The 11 people killed in the synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh included a married couple, Bernice and Sylvan Simon, and two brothers, Cecil and David Rosenthal.
Saturday’s attack in Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue occurred not far from where a young Ben Cardin had attended college. Speaking Tuesday before the Police Chiefs’ Association of Prince George’s County, he reassured local police that they will get the financial tools they need to better protect their communities.
Swastikas scrawled into Jewish students’ notebooks. Headstones toppled and desecrated by vandals at Jewish cemeteries. Jews falsely blamed for challenges facing the nation.
In light of Saturday’s shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue that killed 11 people, multiple groups throughout D.C. are holding vigils Sunday and Monday to mourn one of the deadliest attacks on Jews in U.S. history.
A shooter opened fire during a baby naming ceremony at a Pittsburgh synagogue on Saturday, and city officials said in a press conference that 11 people were killed.
Throughout the day, he expressed sorrow, called for justice and bemoaned hate, getting regular updates on the shooting. But he also campaigned for candidates, took shots at favorite Democratic targets House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Elizabeth Warren and made jokes about his hair.
After a shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh that killed 11 people and injured six others, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has ordered heightened police presence at synagogues throughout D.C. At various vigils throughout D.C., people paid their respects to the lives lost.
Police are responding to an active shooter at a Pittsburgh, Penn. synagogue.
Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C., are among 20 cities being awarded support for their work to reduce carbon emissions.
A school employee at Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School reported the vandalism to the school’s sign shortly after 7 a.m. Monday.
WASHINGTON — Just like in “Dahn-tahn” Pittsburgh, “Yinzers” can now get a freshly made Primanti Bros. sandwich in Maryland. The restaurant and bar’s first Maryland location opened Friday at Valley Mall in Hagerstown. The brand…
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