A last-minute funding cut from the umbrella group for Jewish federations nationwide could mean trouble for nine major Jewish charities.
An anonymous American Jewish woman is operating a safe house in California for a Mexican-American family hiding from immigration authorities.
Two of America’s largest Jewish organizations are raising concerns about Malcolm Hoenlein’s ties to an Israeli gas company.
The top executive at the Jewish fraternity AEPi is an advisor to a controversial right-wing campus organization.
CNBC personality Larry Kudlow is the “frontrunner” to replace Gary Cohn as the chief of President Trump’s National Economic Council, Jim Cramer said.
The announcement that one of Goldman Sachs’s two COO’s would resign brought some clarity to the question of the bank’s future.
A powerful American Jewish leader has a little-known side gig on the board of an energy company that just cut a major deal with an Egyptian firm.
An Orthodox Jewish school for girls in London blacked out the word “homosexual” from an official textbook.
Jason Chaffetz, the Republican former congressman who made the comments, was born Jewish but converted to Mormonism.
“7 Days In Entebbe” is a story about how Western leftists should really butt out of the Jews’ business.