Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and the New York Daily News are not clowning around.
Republican presidential candidates are actively bringing God onto the campaign trail. Jane Eisner asks if a new generation of voters with few ties to organized religion — the ‘nones’ — may force them to change.
The Republican presidential candidates have been scrambling to proclaim their faith as a way of reaching Evangelical voters. What happens when the candidate is Donald Trump — and he doesn’t know a communion plate from a collection box?
Donald Trump not only lost Iowa, he also lost his rabbi.
With just 10,000 Jews making up less than 1% of New Hampshire’s population, there is no real Jewish vote to speak of in next week’s first-in-the-nation primary. That isn’t keeping Jews from having strong opinions about the intense quadrennial ritual.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas won the Iowa Republican caucus, handing Donald Trump a humiliating defeat.
Donald Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (yes, he has a star), has been defaced with a swastika.
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., reiterated his pledge to revoke the nuclear deal struck last year with Iran and defended his proposal to shut down mosques where radical speech is reported.
Michael Bloomberg now says he might run for president. But, J.J. Goldberg asks, is a Jewish billionaire from New York really what this race needs?
The stepsister of Holocaust teen diarist Anne Frank compared Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump to Hitler.