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  • Courting the Jewish vote

    In a turbulent midterm election campaign that could culminate with a major political realignment in the U.S. Congress, Republicans and Democrats are engaged in intense outreach to Jewish voters.

  • A big chill among lobbyists?

    Inside information is treated like gold in Washington. That could change depending on the outcome of expected trials for the alleged unauthorized use of classified information of two former senior staffers at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee a

  • Franklin lawyer speaks

    The Pentagon analyst at the center of the government’s case against two former employees of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee “walked onstage” into an ongoing investigation, his attorney says.

  • AIPAC conference to focus on policy

    As it prepares for its annual policy conference, AIPAC is trying to keep the focus on its ambitious policy agenda, not the FBI probe that has enveloped two former staffers.

  • Charges filed in AIPAC case

    Criminal charges against a Pentagon analyst for allegedly leaking classified information to two top AIPAC officials raise new questions about whom the probe is targeting and whether the pro-Israel powerhouse will be harmed as the case unfolds.

  • Federations lose top D.C. lobbyist

    The departure of the Jewish federation system’s top Washington lobbyist creates a gap as the American Jewish community heads into a year in which the Bush administration is expected to push hard for budget cutbacks.

  • Groups back AIPAC as probe intensified

    New developments in a federal investigation involving Washington’s top pro-Israel lobby have done little to shake Jewish confidence in the group — but some organizations worry about the long road ahead.

  • Notebook: Heard at the convention

    JTA reporters chronicle their encounters at the Democratic convention, from Jewish jokers to Florida voters.