Donald Trump, the U.S. billionaire currently seeking the Republican nomination for the 2016 presidential election, said Wednesday during a rally in Virginia that he plans to visit Israel “very soon.”7
Senate Democrats meeting with Jewish organizational leaders pledged to police the Iran nuclear deal and applauded Jewish backing for resettling Syrian refugees.
They were called “so-called” refugees, told they were alien to American culture and warned against as potential enemies of the United States.18
A bill that would allow both parents of newborns to equally share the responsibilities of new parenthood has passed a first reading in the Israeli Knesset.
More than 1,000 U.S. rabbis have signed a letter calling on elected officials to welcome refugees.6
A Jerusalem planning board has granted final approval for a museum and educational center near the Western Wall and now opponents may petition Israel’s High Court to block construction before it starts.
A Jewish student at the University of Michigan is under fire for confronting pro-Palestinian student demonstrators.25
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said on Wednesday she was “looking forward” to a U.S. interest rate hike that will be seen as a testament to the economy’s recovery from recession.
Samuel “Sandy” Berger, a national security adviser for President Bill Clinton whose reputation was marred by his theft of classified documents after leaving office, died early on Wednesday.
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