Is 'Primates of Park Avenue' Memoir a Work of Fiction?
The New York Post finds holes in Wednesday Martin's supposed memoir about life on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
It's one thing to avoid being scammed by a Nigerian ex-ambassador who perished in a plane crash and named you as the beneficiary of his $25 million dollar Inheritance. It's another to be taken by a celebrity, or a disaster-relief organization.
Jack Raykovitz, the CEO of The Second Mile for the past 28 years, has resigned from the charity associated with the Penn State abuse scandal. "Both Dr. Raykovitz and the Board believe this is in the best interests of the organization," a statement from the charity announced, saying he resigned on
Non-profit organizations are hardly immune to improprieties, but charities associated with scandal through its founder are in a deeper predicament, as is the case with The Second Mile, experts say. The children's charity for troubled youth, founded by Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State defensive
Greg Mortenson’s inspiring commitment to build schools in Afghanistan and Pakistan has sold millions of books and inspired thousands of people — including President Obama — to donate to his charity, the Central Asia Institute. Now, though, Mortenson is facing allegations that he fabricated parts of
Montana attorney general to probe foundation spawned by Greg Mortensen's book.
Greg Mortenson's Group Will Be Probed After Questions Raised by '60 Minutes' Segment
ABC News' Amy Walter reports: One of the big questions for 2012: which Republican will win the affection of Tea Party voters. While ex-Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and Rep. Michele Bachmann are the most closely identified with the Tea Party...
Greg Mortenson's Publisher Says It Wants to Go Over '60 Minutes' Allegations With Him
Greg Mortenson Defends Stories From His Bestselling Memoir, Charitable Work in Pakistan