A Jewish developer and associate of casino magnate Sheldon Adelson is on an anti-marijuana crusade in Florida.
This election season shows a shift in who represents the Jewish community in the political arena. One reason is the Sanders campaign, J.J. Goldberg writes. Another is Super PAC giving.
Casino magnate Sheldon Adelson’s bid to reinstate a defamation lawsuit against the National Jewish Democratic Council and two of its formal principals had a hearing in Nevada Supreme Court.
When it comes to the Republican presidential race, megadonor Sheldon Adelson has been keeping his cards close to his chest and his millions in his pocket. But his paper in Israel is offering some not-too-subtle hints that he’s happy with the front-runner.
The casino mogul is keeping his cards close to his vest as Donald Trump dominates the Republican primary field. Will his commitment and cash come too late to make a difference?
An attorney for Sheldon Adelson told Israel’s Supreme Court that the billionaire casino magnate does not own the daily newspaper Israel Hayom.
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.
Casino mogul Sheldon Adelson is the prototype of the brash money man who can upend a political race with one multimillion dollar check. But as the Republican campaign moves into a new stretch, soft-spoken billionaire Paul Singer is the one making waves in the GOP — and he is betting on Marco Rubio.
Sheldon and Miriam Adelson each gave the maximum $2,700 to the presidential campaign of Ted Cruz, suggesting the power couple was leaning toward endorsing the Texas senator in the Republican race.
Sheldon Adelson met with the owner of the Oakland Raiders team owner to discuss the casino mogul’s plan to build a billion-dollar stadium for the NFL team and move them from Oakland, Calif. to Sin City.