In honor of Sunshine Week, we delve into the FBI’s Jewish files — with some interesting finds, from memos on Prohibition-era gangsters to 1,500 pages on Albert Einstein.
A 98-year-old retired New Jersey math teacher implicated in a Cold War atomic espionage case lost her bid on Thursday to throw out her conviction, which she called a McCarthy-era injustice.
More than half a century after a jury implicated Miriam Moskowitz in the espionage trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, the 98-year-old is asking a judge to throw out her 1950 conviction.
Democrats walk a fine line these days when they reach out to the organized Jewish community. Some, like Sen. Chuck Schumer, have the shtick down pat, J.J. Goldberg writes.