Georgia’s twin Senate runoff elections on Tuesday have drawn intense national attention, as they will determine which party controls the Upper House. They also have several significant Jewish storylines.
“These families in the middle of the winter now face the possibility of eviction and the possibility of being thrown out into the streets.”
As we close out this year and head into the new, we’ll hold these defining moments of the time behind us in our minds.
Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo advised against a strike and said it would trigger a larger conflict.
The plan evokes white nationalism’s most recent marquee moment, when they successfully gathered in Charlottesville for the “Unite the Right” rally.
“If Joe Biden’s election is certified, there will be a transactional relationship.”
“I came out to blow the shofar because it feels like the walls of Jericho are coming down.”
The most Jewish Joe Biden story is how he found his rabbi. The heavily centrist Jewish Democratic minority likes his Israel bona fides, too.
Kaplan has always wanted to be in the good fight — and she’s on the brink of the fight of her life.
Congresswomen Elaine Luria and Elissa Slotkin edged out their opponents in Virginia and Michigan races.