Initially thought to serve as a balancing force, son-in-law becomes key figure in billowing Russia probe and aggressive Trump defender
Among his militia, Joshua Braff joins others who admire the President Trump and share conspiratorial views of the world, imagining the prospect of a shadowy takeover of the country
James Bond is about as un-Jewish a hero as one could imagine. Yet Jews have played essential creative roles in the 007 film series, right up to the forthcoming ‘Skyfall.’
Previous administrations made a point of maintaining relations with the organized Jewish world, but Trump has yet to appoint a liaison to the Jewish community
Ariela Rivkin, the only Jewish member of the university’s student government, said students arrived at one meeting with signs bearing her name in a coordinated effort to intimidate her.
As Orthodox activists find shared interests with Trump's White House, liberal-leaning Jews lose clout
The latest research reveals Gorka's use of an honorific used by sworn members of the Vitézi Rend order, an extremist far-right Hungarian group.
Spencer said the university would 'rue the day that they made this total BS decision' to block his speech, which was later overturned by a local judge
The contemporary tax system has roots in the biblical concept of tithing, something like the original flat tax, meant to redistribute wealth in a more equitable fashion
'If people say Jews are better businessmen, I consider that a positive thing to say,' ZOA's Mort Klein says, defending comments