U.S. senator says Israel responsible for health of Palestinians under its control, 'outrageous' for Netanayhu 'to reward his foreign allies'
Neera Tanden, President Joe Biden's nominee to head the U.S. Office of Management and Budget, was skewered from both the right and left
Sanders put the first of the so-called 'Chairman Sanders' merchandise on his campaign website Thursday night and the first run sold out in less than 30 minutes
Sanders responded to the attention: 'In Vermont, we know something about the cold and we're not so concerned about good fashion'
After four years of Trump, Israel will no longer be able to do as it pleases and will have to get used to a more critical administration. Listen to Judy Maltz and Chemi Shalev.
Analysis Not Just Biden vs. Trump: The Left Everywhere Still Hasn’t Found a Way to Confront Right-wing Populism
The center-left still finds it difficult to accept that a political camp with a willingness to appeal to voters’ base instincts starts any election campaign with an advantage
The Israeli leader has good reason to fear a second-term Trump - perhaps more than a Biden presidency. Listen to Aluf Benn, Noa Landau and Anshel Pfeffer.
Angry over the sale of fighter jets to the UAE - and with one eye on the polls - Netanyahu refused to play along with Trump's denigration of Biden. Listen to Chemi Shalev and Amir Tibon
The Jewish senator also warned of the 'rise of a divisive and destructive form of politics' in Russia, India, Brazil and Hungary
Bernie Sanders, a self-described democratic socialist who left the primary race in the spring and has worked to shift Biden to the left on key issues
'I don't think a man of deep religion would be agreeing to the Bernie Sanders plan,' Trump said during a news conference
'The 'Democratic Majority for Israel' is a corporate/Republican-funded super PAC that runs ugly, negative ads against progressives,' Sanders said in a tweet
16-term elected official in fierce race against the more left-wing Jamaal Bowman, endorsed by Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and The New York Times
At least 28 of the 47 Democratic senators have voiced their concerns over the move, with none of them publicly backing it
For many of the demonstrators at Rabin Square Saturday night, the American senator's appearance ‒ in the midst of a national crisis in the U.S. ‒ was a pleasant surprise
Vermont senator Bernie Sanders speaks during the joint Jewish-Arab demonstration against Israeli plans to annex parts of the West Bank via video conference
Thousands Protest Israeli Annexation in Tel Aviv; Bernie Sanders Calls to 'Stand Up to Authoritarian Leaders'
'We are at a crossroads. One path leads to a joint society with a real democracy,' lawmaker Ayman Odeh said ■ Haaretz photographer tackled by police
On Iran, both candidates attack Trump for withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal signed by the Obama administration in 2015, but on other issues differ in their visions for future U.S. foreign policy
Millennials will be the largest voting bloc in November's presidential election. And although few young Jewish voters are expected to vote for Donald Trump, the concern for Joe Biden is that they may not turn out for him, either
Democratic candidate wins three major endorsement within days, as he looks ahead to November's contest with Trump
Biden told Sanders: 'Your endorsement means a great deal, it means a great deal to me'
With Bernie Sanders dropping out of the Democratic primary race since the last time 'SNL' was on, Larry David appeared from his easy chair to once again impersonate the Vermont senator
After a series of losses, several top aides are advising the independent senator that exiting the race quickly will give him long-term leverage
Earlier this month a protester identified as a known white supremacist unfurled a Nazi flag at a Sanders rally in Phoenix
Victory abroad, including in Israel, only gets Sanders nine delegates, leaving him with very slim chances to make a comeback and defeat Biden
Biden made a direct appeal to the young supporters of rival Sanders after moving closer to the nomination with big primary victories in three states
Biden wins in Florida, Illinois and Arizona by big margins, bringing Sanders' strong head-start to a slow fade
The Sanders candidacy represents a type of Judaism that not only threatens the right wing, but also challenges the liberal left
Elsewhere, Georgia, Kentucky and Louisiana have postponed their scheduled primaries
The presidential hopefuls clash over leadership approaches as Biden promises to pick a woman as his running mate if he is the Democratic nominee, while Sanders is unwilling to commit to such a move