Exceeding expectations and outperforming polls, Bernie Sanders scored a near dead heat with frontrunner Hillary Clinton in the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses.
Donald Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (yes, he has a star), has been defaced with a swastika.
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio movingly explained his Christian faith to an atheist in Iowa. The same message could help him quell Jewish fears about voting Republican, Bethany Mandel argues.
It’s kind of hard to picture Bernie Sanders engaging in an Iowan pie-eating contest. And yet, Ari Paul asks, is the corn-fed, Midwestern state ready for an East Coast Jew?
On a frigid night in what has been an unusually cold winter here, Bernie Sanders packed more than 1,200 people into the resplendent Orpheum Theatre, a nearly 90-year-old venue in this western Iowa outpost across the Missouri River from Nebraska.
Jewish Democrats demanded an apology from Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) for saying many American Jews are “Democrats first and Jews second.”
Synagogues in rural Iowa are few and far between. But if you happen to stumble upon one, you might be surprised at what you find.
8 Facts About Jewish Iowa
Susan Wolfe, a teacher’s aide at Pittsburgh’s Hillel Academy, was found shot dead alongside her sister Sarah, plunging their large family from Iowa into mourning.