Yeshiva U.’s credit rating was slashed by a major agency for the third time in two years. Analysts called the $380 million sex abuse lawsuit a ‘significant fiscal’ issue.3
Sammy Cohen-Eckstein’s heartbroken sister recalled a letter he sent her from camp — as an overflow crowd packed a funeral for the Brooklyn boy killed by a van.
Critics of Washington D.C.’s Theater J were furious over an upcoming play about a purported massacre by Israeli forces. Bowing to the right, the troupe agreed to scale back its plans.15
Reconstructionist Judaism, a smaller American denomination, is in the throes of a painful transition. Its new trailblazing leader vows to take on today’s challenges.43
The feel-good story of Denmark’s Jewish rescue has flourished unchallenged for 70 years. If Danes only wanted to help, why did some charge Jews four months’ salary to ferry them to safety?20
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