House Resolution 326 is non-binding, but the Democrats’ warning is crystal clear: Israel’s total alignment with Trump comes at a price
The resolution, which passed 226-188, emphasizes need for two-state solution, opposition of steps to hinder peace 'including unilateral annexation of territory'
George Buck, a GOP congressional candidate in Florida, was removed from the National Republican Congressional Committee’s 'Young Guns' program, which mentors and supports candidates
Report was prepared for the House Judiciary Committee, which is scheduled to begin impeachment hearings on Wednesday
'My campaign for president simply doesn't have the financial resources we need to continue,' Harris tells supporters
Georgia’s 2 U.S. Senate Seats Will Be Open in 2020. Jon Ossoff and Joe Lieberman’s Son Are Vying for Them
Voters in Georgia will face elections next year for each of the state’s two U.S. Senate seats. Jewish Democrats are vying to be in the mix in both races
The resolution has at least 22 co-sponsors, both Democrats and Republicans
'Ripping kids away from their parents is a disgrace,' Bloomberg said blasting Trump's immigration policies at the U.S.-Mexico border
With just 10 weeks to go before primary voting begins, the unorthodox move reflects Democratic anxieties about the strength of current candidates
WATCH Buttigieg Slams Gabbard on Assad: I Have Better Judgement Than to Meet With 'A Murderous Dictator'
Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard questioned Buttigieg's judgement by saying he had called for U.S. troops to be sent to Mexico
'I’m pro-Israel, but we must treat the Palestinian people as well with the respect and dignity that they deserve,' Sanders says
Ads released by the Democratic Jewish groups play on the threats of white nationalism to draw in Jewish votes while Republicans focus on breaking ties with Israel
As support for his campaign grows, Buttigieg can expect more intense scrutiny of his military record in a political climate where military service is far from sacred
Israel enacted a 'stop-and-frisk' law in February of 2016 and decided not to continue it in 2018 after lawmakers claimed the police misled them as to the need for the law.
Louisiana's Democratic incumbent governor overtook a challenger who had Trump's personal seal of approval, pointing to a larger trend that should worry the GOP
Mayor Bloomberg may not end up winning many votes in the Democratic primary, but he is already slated to be biggest political spender in the 2020 race and will undoubtedly change the debate
After 'Shifty Schiff,' will Trump disparage his committee’s brilliant attorney as 'Greedy Goldman'?
'I don’t know of any person … who has had more of an impact on American politics as a freshman member of Congress than she has,' Sanders says
'Israel has a right to defend itself against acts of terror that set back any progress towards peace,' tweeted Buttigieg who is now leading in Iowa according to latest poll
Democrat Eileen Filler-Corn will create several firsts when she becomes speaker of Virginia’s House of Delegates in January. She tells Haaretz how Jewish beliefs like tikkun olam helped shape her political career
Bloomberg, 77, is expected to file paperwork this week to run in the Democratic presidential primary in Alabama, which has an early deadline for qualifying for the ballot
Ghazala Hashmi immigrated to the U.S. from India as a child. The state party says she will be the first Muslim-American woman to serve in the Senate
Democrats make historic gains in Virginia, win Kentucky gubernatorial race — despite (or perhaps because of) direct interventions from President Donald Trump
Although the Jewish community comprises only 2 percent of the population, it could prove critical in swing states like Florida and Pennsylvania
The $10 million presidential ads blasts Democratic presidential candidates for 'turning their back on Israel'
Omar, an outspoken critic of Israeli policy and supporter of the BDS movement, emphasizes Bernie Sanders' Jewish identity at a campaign rally in Minnesota
Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren inch closer to a confrontation over the direction of the Democratic Party
A former Texas congressman, O'Rourke said it had become clear his campaign did not have the resources to continue to seek his party's nomination
Fellow Democratic presidential candidates Sanders, Warren and Buttigieg have all expressed some kind of openness for the previously unpopular idea
Gabbard joined relatives of Sept. 11 victims the day before and called for an end to U.S. aid to Saudi Arabia