Rabbi Julie Schonfeld watched Bernie Sanders on Monday night on the monitors backstage at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.11
Michael Oren refused to meet with Donald Trump to discuss Israel, reported the Jerusalem Post. The former ambassador to the US and member of the Israeli Knesset turned down the invitation two weeks ago, when Oren was in Washington, D.C.
In a carefully crafted speech, the Jewish senator from Vermont, whose unlikely race for president energized millions, sought to get the party back on track after a raucous opening day in Philadelphia.29
In a fast moving set of events Sunday, Debbie Wasserman Schultz was forced to resign the chairmanship of the Democratic National Committee less than 24 hours before the party convened in Philadelphia for its nominating convention.57
If you’re an evangelical and you support Donald Trump, isn’t that, well, not very Christian of you?
There was more than one corpse in the sanctuary of the Bialystoker Synagogue on the day that Heshy Jacob died.7
Tim Kaines is Hillary Clinton’s pick for Vice President, to the chagrin of the Democratic Party’s left wing and the — somewhat premature — excitement of Wikipedia. He has one of the longest records of service in politics among the people on Clinton’s shortlist, going back to his 1997 election as the mayor of Richmond, Virginia.142
A prominent peace activist interrupted Donald Trump’s speech on Thursday at the Republican National Convention in protest of his immigration policy.
Donald Trump’s closest Jewish advisers are Orthodox, and it looks like his donors are, too, signaling a change in Republican politics. The wild card? Sheldon Adelson.88
Donald Trump is a “failed, fraudulent businessman.” He has given “explicit endorsement to anti-Semitic imagery.” He is “dangerous, offensive, and grossly uninformed.” So says the elected official emerging as among the most strident Jewish voices opposing Donald Trump: New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.16
Ten days after the murder of promising Democratic staffer Seth Rich, the Washington D.C. slaying remains unsolved and police say they have no suspects in the crime.6
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