WASHINGTON (JTA) — Donald Trump used Iran among other foreign policy differences to depict Hillary Clinton as “stupid,” in the final presidential debate. “Iran should write a letter to thank you, the stupidest deal of all time,” Trump said, his first of at least three mentions of last year’s deal between Iran and six major…3
Before the third and final presidential debate started, the organizers paid an unlikely tribute: to the elderly Holocaust survivor who back in the 1950s, as a young immigrant, had the idea for the modern American debate.
Donald Trump is at Sheldon Adelson’s home turf in Vegas, but relations between the Republican presidential candidate and the Jewish casino mogul are deteriorating.
SYDNEY (JTA) — The leader of the Australian Greens party was slammed by fellow lawmakers and a Jewish group for attacking the late Shimon Peres in a speech in the Senate. Speaking on Oct. 13, two weeks after the former Israeli president died at 93, Sen. Richard Di Natale sought to counter depictions of Peres as a…3
When Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton took to the stage for their final presidential debate, they were joined by moderator Chris Wallace, the Fox News anchor and political commentator who also happens to be Jewish.57
(JTA) – Police in Ukraine arrested four suspects, including two teenagers, in the beating of a rabbi in the western city of Zhitomir earlier this month. The suspects in the Oct. 7 beating of Mendel Deitsch, 63, were apprehended Sunday at a bus station in the city, which they planned to flee because they believed…
More bad news for thrice-disgraced Jewish former congressman Anthony Weiner: the New York Daily News reports that federal investigators have interviewed a 15-year-old girl to whom Weiner sent explicit texts.
On Monday, the last prosecutor from the Nuremberg Trials, Benjamin Ferencz, talked to National Public Radio. He stressed the need to end war and solve problems through legal means.
Ivanka Trump said lewd and sexually aggressive comments her father, Donald Trump, made in a leaked 2005 audiotape were “inappropriate and offensive.”
New York Times Co said it had appointed Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, the son of the newspaper’s chairman and publisher, as its deputy publisher.
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