A new documentary on HBO by Alexandra Pelosi, the daughter of Democratic Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi, explores the influence of money in politics by interviewing some of the biggest donors in the game. Of the more than dozen big-time donors interviewed, over half are Jewish.
A new Jewish group is looking to make its voice heard — and it hopes to help Donald Trump make it to the White House.
Last week, outrage over her party’s machinations against Sen. Bernie Sanders in the primary race cost Jewish Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz her seat as chair of the Democratic National Committee. Now, along with the specter of the Iran deal, it may be coming after her seat in the House.
The Jewish internet was eating up the news that former president Bill Clinton wore a Hebrew lapel pin in support of his wife at the Democratic National Convention.
After months of campaigning marked by vitriol, it may be up to two daughters (both with Jewish hubbies) to set things straight.
A Jewish member of the Republican National Committee called the recent release of nearly 20,000 hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee “a false flag” meant to distract from Hillary Clinton’s “trangressions.”
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump brushed off the idea of making a trip to Israel, a tradition among presidential hopefuls, saying at a press conference in Florida Wednesday, “I’m not traditional.”
Heavyweight Democratic donor George Soros is back in the game, committing more than $25 million to support Clinton and other Democratic candidates this November.
WikiLeaks is under fire for what some are calling anti-Semitic Tweet in response to online criticism of its publication of tens of thousands of hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee.
Jewish Florida Rep. Alan Grayson threatened a Politico reporter with arrest for assault Tuesday after he yelled at the reporter for “hassl[ing]” him with questions about his ex-wife’s allegations of domestic abuse, news which broke earlier today.