Seventy percent of American voters see anti-Semitism in the country as a “very” or “somewhat serious” problem, up from 49 percent a month ago, according to a new poll.
Our new president is watching congressional votes by fellow Republicans very carefully and deciding whether the legislative branch actually is a check and balance on his authority.
In a rare moment of across the aisle solidarity, Democrats led an online fundraiser to fix a North Carolina Republican Party office damaged by an explosion last week.
Hillary Clinton doesn’t have to be Jewish for Trump to use anti-Semitic tropes against her, argues Austin Ratner.
At a rally in Davenport, Iowa, on Thursday afternoon, Donald Trump said he wanted to “hit” several unnamed speakers at the Democratic National Convention “so hard” they would “never recover.”
The American Jewish Committee said “violence has no place in American politics” after Donald Trump warned that denying him the Republican presidential nomination could spark riots.
As President Barack Obama unveiled his Supreme Court nominee on Wednesday, a carefully crafted operation to sell his choice to Americans and to resistant Republicans rolled into action.
A Muslim woman and a Jewish immigration lawyer were booted from a Donald Trump rally in South Carolina Friday night for standing in silent protest.
Former American International Group Chief Executive Maurice “Hank” Greenberg has donated $10 million to Right to Rise, the Super PAC backing Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday…
Two Republican congressmen introduced legislation to prevent boycotts of Israel.