An American writer’s group will keep the Israeli embassy as a sponsor of its literature festival, despite calls by writers to drop the endorsement.
Hillary Clinton has agreed to a face-off with Bernie Sanders in Brooklyn after the Vermont senator accused her of being a debate dodger.
By this point, the five main presidential candidates still standing have uttered oceans of words on their foreign policy views.
Before introducing Donald Trump to roughly a dozen Republican lawmakers at the Washington law offices of Jones Day, U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions paused to acknowledge the man he said had facilitated the closed-door talks.4
This week’s New Yorker cover taps into the visual similarities between two very different types of Brooklyn dwellers: Hasidic Jews and hipsters.
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