New research by the Forward has revealed that presidential adviser Sebastian Gorka’s explicit association with the Vitézi Rend, a far-right Hungarian group that is on a U.S. State Department watch list, goes back much further than previously known.
Democrats are looking down the calendar looking for more Congressional hopefuls to ride the anti-Trump waves. Will any of these Jews catch on?
A last-minute decision by Missouri’s Jewish governor to overturn decades-long rules preventing taxpayer dollars from going to religious institutions has thrown a Supreme Court case into disarray.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley told the council that its monthly meetings on the Middle East regularly turned into “Israel-bashing sessions.”
President Trump’s trusted advisers are surely the most unqualified to ever hold such august positions. And the fact that they are the most important Jews in America right now makes it worse.
Jon Ossoff, the Georgia congressional candidate Democrats are hoping will give President Trump a black eye, may also deliver a victory to the dovish side of the pro-Israel camp.
The Utah Republican, who converted from Judaism to Mormonism, had promised to continue investigating Hillary Clinton after President Trump was elected.
Sebastian Gorka, President Trump’s top counter-terrorism adviser, is once again facing disdain from Middle East experts—this time over a reported plan he advanced to partition Libya.
Gary Cohn is battling another self-made Goldman Sachs alum for primacy among Trump’s inner circle advisors.
As of last week, there are now two Jews and three billionaires in the 2018 Illinois governor’s race.
At an early Passover seder last week at the City Winery, the poet Kevin Coval was, to the surprise of no one, assigned the Hagaddah reading of the Rebellious Child, an updating of the old-school Wicked Son.
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