With Donald Trump all but crowned the Republican presidential nominee, the question is inescapable for Jewish Republicans: Can they rally behind the controversial standard-bearer?
Anti-occupation protests and college BDS resolutions have grabbed headlines in recent years. But a potentially more consequential battle over Israel has been raging under the radar in corporate boardrooms and shareholder meetings.
The Republican Jewish Coalition is ringing alarm bells about the fall election but it won’t point the finger at the man likely to be on top of the ticket.
Bernie Sanders has lost the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, but his campaign has shifted Hillary Clinton on key issues.
The state of Maryland awarded a victory Tuesday night not only to the Democratic establishment, but also to the mainstream pro-Israel establishment.
Bernie Sanders is once again facing the uncomfortable question he’s been avoiding for weeks: What next? Nathan Guttman offers 5 ways forward for the Jewish candidate — and none lead to the White House.
The nation will be watching tonight to see if Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump can win big in five states holding primary votes. But the pro-Israel community will be keeping a special eye on one toss-up U.S. Senate primary in the state of Maryland.
Did Bernie Sanders’s harsh criticism of Israel cost him the New York Jewish vote? Or perhaps the turmoil over his firing of his Jewish outreach director on the eve of the vote?
Hillary Clinton won a resounding victory in New York that has put her within sight of wrapping up the Democratic nomination. And a key part of her win was a sweep of Bernie Sanders in heavily Jewish areas.
The left-leaning Israel lobby J Street sits in a pretty, but tricky position as both Democratic candidates open up the debate around Israel.