The Jewish Theological Seminary plans to sell portions of a prized 1455 Gutenberg Bible at auction in the latest sign that the school is grappling with a long-running financial crisis.
American Jewish World Service has successfully raised millions for overseas relief work. But it had to scrap a domestic advocacy push after donors balked.
Arnold Zetcher has been in the horse racing business for 15 years. Could Firing Line be his ticket to Kentucky Derby glory?
Nearly two years after the arrest of ex-chief William Rapfogel, the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty has announced that it will definitely continue an independent organization — and has hired a new leader to chart its future.
Manhattan’s Jewish Theological Seminary has the greatest collection of rare Jewish historical documents in the United States — and it’s putting them all in storage for years.
Chuck Schumer is suddenly in the hot seat on Iran. Will Jewish Democratic Senators keep backing a Republican bill that could scuttle President Obama’s nuclear deal?
Amid heightened safety concerns, Jewish groups are turning to an unusual and pricey source of help: a secretive not-for-profit organization called the Secure Community Network.
Sheldon Adelson wants to back a Republican candidate with a shot at the White House. Will Ted Cruz’s efforts to buddy-up with Shmuley Boteach be enough to sway the Jewish megadonor?
The Spanish government is inching closer to providing an expedited path to citizenship for Sephardic Jews.
After the deadly Brooklyn fire that left seven children dead, Orthodox Jews are reassessing the technology that allows them to keep food warm over Shabbat. But are there alternatives?