Sanders tells CBS News how growing up in Midwood, a heavily Jewish area of Brooklyn, taught him about democracy.
In Historic Meeting, Pope and Russian Orthodox Patriarch Say Christians Are 'Exterminated' in Mideast
The first-ever meeting between a pontiff and the head of the Russian Orthodox Church is a monumental development in the 1,000-year schism that divided Christianity.
Illma Gore says the artwork, which quickly went viral, shows 'you can be a big prick, despite what’s in your pants.'
More than 30 years after he trudged through the snow to report on the radical socialist's campaign for mayor, Alan Abbey believes the presidential hopeful is still a good Jewish guy.
Last debate before Nevada, South Carolina is more sedate, but several surprise topics come up for discussion.
Among Israel-minded voters, Sanders would get the J Street vote, Bloomberg would garner AIPAC’s and Trump would scrounge for leftovers.
Opinion polls showed email controversy has cost Democratic candidate in voters' trust; eleven states vote on March 1 to nominate candidates in 2016 presidential election.
Race will likely continue for three months more, if not longer, Republican candidate's senior team says. 'I don't think it necessarily is negative,' Rubio says.
The much-needed boost comes as the Democratic presidential candidate competes for the significant black voting bloc in South Carolina's primary.
Several of the presidential candidate's donors believe that Clinton's loss in New Hampshire will bring out the fighter in her; others sense growing nervousness.