Father of victim of child sex abuse shunned by his ultra-Orthodox community, another ordination fraud uncovered, the founder of disaster response organization ZAKA accused of massive fraud, and L.A.'s Jewish Film Festival head tried to ban groundbreaking documentary.
NYC camera megastore B&H is under fire again for its dubious personnel practices. As a former employee writes, is there anything surprising about this?
A hasidic fraudster is profiled on CNBC's American Greed, Chabad prints a Tanya in Rikers Island jail, a Chabad yeshiva is accused of misusing a $2 million government grant, a gang of ultra-Orthodox Jews allegedly attacked and knifed a Christian Arab and more.
A kosher supervision company is told to repay $2.8 million, Orthodox and ultra-Orthodox lawmakers in Israel want to pass a law granting immunity to rabbis who incite violence, racism or murder, and a "psycho-slasher" is too crazy to appear in court.