A Jewish retirement community in Ohio has opened what it is calling the state’s first shelter for abused elderly.
A Jewish civilian employee of the U.S. Army wrongly accused of spying for Israel was turned down in his second attempt to sue the federal government. A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals in Cincinnati on Tuesday declined to overturn a lower court decision that dismissed David Tenenbaum's lawsuit. The judges agreed that Tenenbaum was subject to a high level of scrutiny and intrusion in his family's life due to the investigation, and that Tenenbaum's Orthodox lifestyle in part brought about the investigation, according to the Detroit Free Press. However, the judges said the issues already had been litigated.
It's too bad, but I didn't know from Pesach until rabbinic school at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati.