Considered moderate on Iran, report says Paul proposed meeting Foreign Minister Zarif 'to extend olive branch,' on which Trump 'signed off' despite his 'maximum pressure' campaign
AIPAC, Christians United for Israel invest hundreds of thousands of dollars in ads against Sen. Paul, who is trying to block bipartisan security aid to Israel
Republican senator from Kentucky finished in fifth place in Iowa caucuses.
After months of civility toward rival Ted Cruz, Donald Trump is aggressively targeting the Texan, positing that the Canadian-born senator may be ineligible to be president.
The presidential hopefuls cast the vast complexities of a dangerous world in too-simple terms.
Freshmen senators Rand Paul and Marco Rubio both sit on the U.S. Foreign Relations Committee, providing them a chance to stand apart from the crowded Republican presidential field in opposing the nuclear accord.
Sanders is expected to be the first major Democrat to declare his candidacy since Hillary Clinton's announcement.
Republican presidential candidate told audience at Brooklyn Hebrew day school that it was wrong to oust Saddam Hussein, since he served as bulwark against Iran.
Four-day long gathering at Las Vegas resort owned by Sheldon Adelson draws more 700 activists from across the country.
Alex Soros, son of billionaire investor George Soros, says Bend the Arc will 'speak to what the American Jewish community cares the most about.'
If Clinton's advisers are angry that the press doesn't describe her as 'left-wing' anymore, they themselves are partly to blame.
The casino mogul will only decide on his favored candidate later this year, but sources say he likes the Florida senator's unwavering support of Israel.
Republican critics claim Clinton Foundation makes Hillary Clinton a poor candidate in 2016, vulnerable to undue influence from its donors.
The Republican Party says it's been making inroads with Jewish voters, who traditionally have favored Democrats by 2-to-1 margins.
When Sheldon Adelson goes to bat against Haim Saban in the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, one thing's for sure: It's not good for Israel.
Cruz's strong Zionism combined with traditional views on social issues is a 'natural fit' for Orthodox Jews in the U.S.
How rare it is that we take the stage from the feminist position, and ask not how we as a society can save the underprivileged women - but how we as women can save our society.
Clinton’s subtle but unmistakable criticism of Obama and promise of something better is designed to encourage the flow from the taps of support from Democratic Jews.
American Jews overwhelmingly vote Democrat, except when the presidential candidate is viewed as unsympathetic to Israel.
Despite the absence of serious primary challengers, the newly declared presidential candidate has gone left anyway.
John Podesta, the presumptive campaign manager of Clinton's campaign, confirmed her candidacy.
Former secretary of state is likely to announce via video and social media as she kicks off her long-expected second shot at the White House, New York Daily News reports.
The 2016 presidential contender say he is in favor of negotiations when it comes to dealing with Tehran's nuclear program.
Most American Jews are still liberal, but they didn't expect Obama to show this kind of contempt for Jerusalem.