Jay Dardenne isn’t trumpeting his roots as he battles to become Louisiana’s first Jewish governor. But the moderate Republican insists his faith guides his life — and politics.
Republican presidential candidates on Tuesday roundly condemned President Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran, with Florida Senator Marco Rubio suggesting he would re-introduce sanctions if elected to the White House next year.
The father of Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz told a Tea Party audience that Jews are “Democrats first and Jews second.”
Some ask Americans to peer into their souls for answers after the Charleston racist massacre. Jay Michaelson says we should look at those who fan the flames of extremism and gun violence — starting with the Republican Party.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a likely candidate for the GOP nomination for president, said his recent visit to Israel strengthened his belief that the United States must view Israel as a true ally.
Jewish casino magnate and political mega-donor Sheldon Adelson is now the proud owner of a painting by a reclusive artist whose works are rarely seen in public – and happens to be a former U.S. president.
Investigators found no evidence of an anti-Semitic smear campaign against a Missouri gubernatorial candidate who committed suicide.
The Republican leader of the U.S. Senate cleared the way on Tuesday for a vote on a bill that would give Congress the power to review an international nuclear agreement with Iran, ending debate over efforts to use the measure to impose more conditions on Tehran.
Republicans are taking a growing interest in Orthodox Jews — not only as voters, but also as key funders. How will this new breed of religious activism shape national politics?