After Wednesday’s debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, it might have seemed that we wouldn’t see the likes of it for a long time. But two weeks from now, Louisiana white supremacist and long-shot Senate candidate David Duke will take the debate stage with five of his rivals.
n Wednesday, comedian and actress Sarah Silverman sent a fundraising e-mail to Wisconsin Democrat Russ Feingold’s backers asking them to chip in a few dollars to help beat incumbent and Republican foe Ron Johnson.
The United States Senate has lots of outsize Jewish personalities, from Al Franken to Chuck Schumer to Bernie Sanders. If the polls in Missouri’s Senate race keep narrowing, their ranks might grow next January with the addition of Jason Kander, the mid-thirties Democratic challenger who’s narrowing the gap with Republican incumbent Roy Blunt.
Can Donald Trump help a Jewish candidate in a tight U.S. Senate race?
The state of Maryland awarded a victory Tuesday night not only to the Democratic establishment, but also to the mainstream pro-Israel establishment.
Eyeing the Supreme Court vacancy, Republican senators say they will refuse to hold confirmation hearings for President Obama’s nominee. Why aren’t any of us calling them out on it?
Democratic senators in a letter called on President Barack Obama to write a new and strengthened “Memorandum of Understanding” on security assistance to Israel.
Barack Obama needs just four more Democrats to avoid having to cast an embarassing veto over his Iran nuclear deal. J.J. Goldberg explains why it may be tough sledding to lock up the votes.
A U.S. Senate subcommittee voted to more than double funding for the Nonprofit Security Grant Program to $25 million for the coming year.
Former Wisconsin Sen. Russ Feingold announced he will run for his former Senate seat in 2016.