There is now an 18% chance Trump could become the U.S. president, according to online bets.
Sanders continues to play down his Jewishness, calling himself the son of a Polish immigrant in his victory speech, and the Jewish establishment has a hard time considering him one of its own.
Former Hewlett-Packard chief executive finished second to last in New Hampshire primary.
Scale of Poland's involvement would depend on NATO's aid, Polish defense minister hints.
Kasich, who has strong ties with the Ohio Jewish community and repeatedly stressed his 'strong and emotional' support for Israel, received 15% of the vote in the New Hampshire primary.
Laurent Fabius, behind the new French peace initiative aimed at restarting Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, will now head France's top constitutional court.
MSNBC host Chris Hayes mistakenly called the Jewish presidential candidate 'Bernie Sandwiches' on a live broadcast. Social media acted accordingly.
The leftist Vermont Senator is forfeiting his chance to influence the foreign policy agenda and to make Hillary Clinton less hawkish.
For the Clinton campaign, New Hampshire made clear that it is time to increase pressure on the Vermont socialist — including a harsher message to Jewish American voters.
While Hillary Clinton and her supporters wrap themselves in the flag of gender politics, for Bernie Sanders there just is no Jewish flag.