'Jewish Earmark' Program Faces Big Cuts

After a Forward expose, a Homeland Security program tailored to provide grants to Jewish institutions is facing deep cuts and major changes.

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Avodah Shifts Focus of Israel Trip

Anti-poverty group Avodah spurred protests when it announced a service trip to Israel. The group placated opponents by adding the occupation in the itinerary.

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Mulling Run for Congress, Boteach May Face Questions About His Charity

Rabbi-to-the-stars Shmuley Boteach is considering a run for Congress from New Jersey. Experts questioned a charity’s payments to him and relatives.

'Jew Pond' Earns Unwanted Scrutiny

For decades, the little lake in a rustic New England town has been called ‘Jew Pond,’ after a family that owned a nearby hotel. Is it time to change the maps?

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Hard-Nosed Campus Group Softens Tactics

The David Project made its name with a take-no-prisoners approach to pro-Israel advocacy on college campuses. It is shifting to a more positive approach.

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