The biggest unsecured creditors in the bankruptcy case of the massive social service charity FEGS Health & Human Services are seeking tens of millions of dollars for a joint retirement plan serving thousands who work for New York Jewish charities.
Executives at the Las Vegas newspaper purchased by billionaire Sheldon Adelson are meddling with stories about the casino mogul and powerful Republican Jewish political donor, according to a blockbuster report published today in Politico.
When a pick-up line from the CFO of Hadassah provides a TV show’s most entertaining moment, you know you’re in trouble. And that turns out to be the case with part one of the ABC miniseries “Madoff.”
A branch of Jewish Voice for Peace and a second left-wing group have taken credit for distributing a fake issue of the New York Times on February 2 made up of commentary on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The muckraking Jewish blog FailedMessiah is losing its publisher and sole writer, according to a statement posted February 2.
Two months after being freed from prison, Jonathan Pollard walked into the rarefied air of a meeting with top Jewish leaders. Organizers insist they weren’t embracing the convicted spy — but critics like Abe Foxman say he should be kept at arm’s length.
Jonathan Pollard, the convicted Israeli spy who was recently freed on parole, met with top Jewish leaders Monday.
A Jewish health care charity has agreed to repay $47 million to state and federal authorities to settle charges of Medicaid fraud.
A Bronx old-age home whose board includes several high-powered Jewish activists has sent at least $20 million to unrelated ultra-Orthodox organizations. It’s an unusual arrangement that has stretched on for decades, Josh Nathan-Kazis reports.