You’ll never guess who’s the Israel hawk on Hillary Clinton’s presidential shortlist: Elizabeth Warren, the Massachusetts senator and liberal champion.277
“You would never know he was a Jew,” Jackie Mason says of Jerry Nadler in a new robocall paid for by the congressional campaign of Oliver Rosenberg, Nadler’s challenger for the Democratic nomination.10
A new report finds that formerly Ultra-Orthodox Jews feel “pushed out” of their communities, though they retain strong Jewish identities.19
Harold “Heshy” Jacob, the last of the great power brokers of the Jewish Lower East Side, died June 23 after an illness.6
The Republican Party has rejected the two-state solution, the official policy of U.S. administrations for decades.
Donald Trump has been having a difficult time raising money from donors. Just how difficult? He ended the month of May with a mere $1.3 million in his war chest, while his rival Hillary Clinton boasted $42 million in fundraising during the same filing period.21
New York City’s Jewish federation is pulling out of a fundraising pool run by the North American umbrella group of federations in the latest sign of a rolling crisis among the national bodies that serve local Jewish nonprofits.
The Democrats are not the only ones grappling with inter-party tension over the issue of Israel as the presidential nominating conventions approach. Republicans are facing their own revolt.19
These could be the best political days of Jill Stein, the other Jewish presidential candidate besides Bernie Sanders (also known as the other woman candidate, besides Hillary Clinton.96
An unknown assailant attacked Rabbi Alvin Kass, the respected chief chaplain of the New York City Police Department, yesterday while the rabbi was on his morning power walk along Riverside Boulevard.
For the first time in decades, voters on Manhattan’s West Side and in Boro Park, Brooklyn will have a choice to make in the congressional primary one June 28.7
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