There will likely be three more Jewish representatives in the House if current polling numbers hold steady, an analysis by the Forward found.
Stephen Miller’s war on immigrants couldn’t be more at odds with his own Jewish family history.
If Rashida Tlaib wins her primary in Michigan today, she will be a shoo-in for Congress
Americans have a duty to strengthen, rather than weaken or ignore, their ties to other Americans.
Katz’s cartoon may have been offensive, but the reality that it reveals is even worse.
When discussing Israel and Gaza, many people tend to treat the conflict as a simple, black-and-white issue. But that’s far from the truth.
The popular narrative is that Orthodox Jews and Muslims, in Israel and the U.S., always oppose each other. But that’s not true.
In America, both politics and Judaism are as divided as ever. How do we find our own — and our shared — paths?
The NCJW’s president said DC is “where we belong.”
Engaging with those who support the Trump administration’s policies is a tricky, but necessary, process.