In victory, Clinton should seize her opportunity to reach across the aisle and address the divisiveness that spawned the Trump phenomenon, J.J. Goldberg writes.
The issue of settlements has reached a boiling point among the Israeli government, the US government, and settlers. J.J. Goldberg explains why.
If you’re a longtime reader, you may have seen my holiday web concerts in past years. The idea has been to walk us through the practice and spirit of the holy day via YouTube, finding surprising renditions of the old texts or modern songs that capture the same spirit.
J.J. Goldberg argues that this Rosh Hashanah, we must heed the call to combat climate change — and vote accordingly.
Israel lost its most honored senior statesman, the last active member of its founding generation, with the death of Shimon Peres, the former ceremonial state president and ex-prime minister.
The day before the American presidential debate, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was in New York, working his famous charm on the two major candidates.
And what he seriously believes deserves way more of our rage, J.J. Goldberg writes.
On the surface, the quick arrest of a suspect in the weekend bomb wave in New York and New Jersey might look like it’s brought some closure to the frightening series of events.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu managed to raise the collective blood pressure of official Washington to dangerous levels on September 9, charging in an online video that evacuating Israeli West Bank settlers, as Palestinians demand, would amount to “ethnic cleansing.” What’s more, he said, “some otherwise enlightened countries even promote this outrage.”
If Hillary Clinton is inaugurated president next January, she’ll be the second-oldest person ever to take that initial oath. At age 69 years, 88 days, she’ll be topped only by Ronald Reagan, who was 261 days older — 69 years, 349 days — at his inauguration in 1981.