While old-timers at Kibbutz Sha’ar Ha’amakim in northern Israel are racking their brains to recall Bernie Sanders from a volunteer stint in the 1960s, Haaretz tracked down a first cousin of the Democratic presidential hopeful at a moshav in the Negev.
Columnists are laying into Cruz for refering to the Yiddish phrase as a 'New York term', but should we be offended?
After facing criticism for not revealing foreign policy sources, Sanders' names Mideast, Arab experts.
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Amid high influx of asylum-seekers in Europe, supporters of PEGIDA a European anti-Islam group protested; in Amsterdam and in Calais police detained several far-right demonstrators.
Governors Christie, Bush and Kasich band together to stay in the race by drawing blood from the frontrunners.
'Doesn’t Bernie deserve this? He has proved — I think, at this point — that this is a year when anything can happen. I think the rules are out the window until proven otherwise,' noted comedian Bill Maher.
Sanders portrayed a passenger on an endangered ship who argued with David about who should be allowed on a lifeboat. David replied: 'Sounds like socialism to me.'
With Sanders all but guaranteed to win New Hampshire primary, Clinton hopes a more heavily-minority electorate will build foundation for delegate-by-delegate drive toward the nomination.
U.S., Japan and South Korea request UN Security Council meet after North Korea launches long-range rocket carrying a 'satellite,' in defiance of UN sanctions barring it from using ballistic missile technology.