A Chicago Chabad House avoided foreclosure by filing for bankruptcy.
Thousands of emissaries from the Chabad-Lubavitch movement gathered for their annual banquet in Brooklyn.
Chabad has become so ubiquitous that Jewish travelers around the world, no matter how far they stray, have come to expect a Shabbat meal, a holiday celebration and a warm welcome from one of these Chasidic couples, no questions asked. All that's required is a knock on the door.
Until confirmation finally came that the Chabad emissaries in Mumbai were among the more than 170 victims killed in this week’s terrorist attacks in India, Chabad Chasidim and emissaries the world over prayed for the best while fearing for the worst
Ten years after the death of the last Lubavitcher rebbe, Menachem Mendel Schneerson, his influence on the Jewish world continues to grow.
The election of Lazar as chief rabbi comes just a week after the country's chief rabbi for the past decade, Adolph Shayevich, accused the Russian government of seeking his ouster.
Pundits were sure that Schneerson's demise in June 1994 would lead to the disintegration of the Chassidic movement he led for nearly a half century. Instead, the movement has experienced an explosive burst of growth.