Five of the nine Democrats leading the effort are Jewish: Reps. Eliot Engel, Nita Lowey and Jerrold Nadler (N.Y.), Brad Schneider (Ill.) and Ted Deutch (Fla.).
Opponents of Friedman trying to raise support in Senate for blocking his confirmation have yet to get the Democrats on board.
(JTA) — Two Jewish Democrats in Congress said President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for Israel ambassador is dangerous and out of sync with U.S. Jews and U.S. policies. U.S. Rep Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) said Friday that confirming David Friedman as the U.S. ambassador to Israel will have “dangerous consequences for both the United States and Israel.”…
While Hillary Clinton works to get out ahead of Donald Trump in the national election, New York Representative Jerry Nadler got out ahead of the line for kosher deli sandwiches.
It would take a political earthquake for Congressman Jerry Nadler to lose to his first primary challenger since 1996, but in a year of political earthquakes, the Democratic veteran is taking no chances.
The anonymous advertisements started soon after U.S. Rep. Jerry Nadler announced he would support the Iran nuclear agreement in September.
Critics of the Iran deal are trashing anyone who takes a different view, even pro-Israel stalwarts like Jerry Nadler and former Mossad leaders. J.J. Goldberg knows just what ails them — and he’s got a name for it.
Jerry Nadler knew he would face criticism for his decision to support the Iran deal. But the New York congressman never suspected it would get so ugly so fast.
Hoping to revive a bill to aid synagogues damaged by Hurricane Sandy, two U.S. senators have reintroduced a new measure that seeks to alleviate concerns from FEMA and civil liberties groups over separation of church and state issues.
A new tax proposal submitted to Congress could bring new federal benefits to poor Orthodox Jewish families with four or more children. What are its chances of passage?