The planned takeover of Yeshiva University’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine by Montefiore Health Systems has been delayed,
A historic Washington D.C. synagogue building will be lifted up whole from its foundation and moved — not once but twice. How will this engineering feat, made necessary by a highway and urban renewal project, transform the museum that Adas Israel houses?
Federal agents carted away boxes of documents in a raid on the Michigan Jewish Institute. A former worker says she was fired after she asked too many questions about the college, which enrolls mostly Israeli students who speak no English.
Three Israeli-American siblings were sent to a Detroit area juvenile detention center for refusing to speak to their father, who is embroiled in a bitter custody battle with their mother. Did the judge step over the line?
Federal agents raided the offices of a Jewish college that has prospered from millions of dollars in federal aid even though almost all of its students live in Israel and hardly any of them graduate.
Touro Synagogue, a 450-year-old congregation in Newport, Rhode Island, is fighting two wars. One is against Congregation Shearith Israel of New York. The other is against its community’s demise.
Barry Freundel, Michael Broyde, Jonathan Rosenblatt, Barry Starr. Who is supposed to watch over rabbis when they cross ethical or criminal lines — and are they doing their job properly?
A tony New York congregation is standing by its troubled rabbi.
The spiritual leader of a tony congregation in the Hamptons, has been expelled from the Rabbinical Council of America over allegations of an illicit affair with a congregant, the Forward has learned.
B’nai B’rith International’s dream of a D.C. Jewish museum is dead. But, after 13 years in storage in suburban Maryland, the famed Klutznick collection will finally go back on public view — 500 miles away in Cincinnati.