“Jews are not just supervoters, they’re superdonors.”
Simon Slama, the only Jewish candidate, is running in Tunisia’s municipal elections for the Islamist Ennahdha Party.
If Democrats win both seats, they will have the numerical majority — but that all depends on whether Simcha Felder flips back to the Democrats.
If he is not elected Illinois governor, at least Daniel Biss could fall back on juggling.
An electoral win for President Hassan Rouhani would be a win for moderation in Iran.
Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff proposed to his girl friend of 12 years, Alisha Kramer, a month before he faces runoff election in Georgia.
This past weekend we stared down the Apocalypse. It’s not yet clear which side came out ahead, but we’re still breathing, which is pretty good.
There is no proof that either Trump or any of his associates actively colluded with the Russians’ covert effort to undermine Clinton, or was aware of that effort. That said, there is enough to warrant a full independent probe.
The groups that vote in disastrous, incompetent leaderships time and time again, primarily lower income and less educated, are the ones who pay the heaviest price for the consequences, in resources and often in lives.
The Facebook COO says the social media platform takes the problem of fake news “seriously” and is working to eliminate hoaxes from its website