A landlord awaiting sentencing for mortgage and tax fraud was given a until after the High Holy Days.
The Zionist Organization of America’s Mort Klein has joined in the right-wing attack on the new president of the Center for Jewish History.
The Jewish Agency has cut funding from an Israel trip for young Jews over allegations that leaders brought participants to at a leftist protest camp.
Kenneth Nakdimen, who pled guilty to voter fraud in the small upstate New York village of Bloomingburg, received a six-month prison sentence.
Mark Levine, who represents parts of Upper Manhattan in the City Council, is making a bid for council speaker.
A campaign calling for the firing of the executive director of the Center for Jewish History over his ties to dovish pro-Israel groups is broadening.
The firebrand executive director of the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect has stepped down from the organization to become a rabbi.
Equifax lost Joshua Browder’s Social Security number. Now, he’s out for revenge.
The City Council candidate whose campaign focused around a condemnation of “greedy Jewish landlords” lost yesterday — but took 3,000 votes.
Windsor’s lawsuit led to the Supreme Court revoking the Defense of Marriage Act, which officially defined marriage as between one man and one woman.