'It's clearly not my time,' de Blasio says, vowing to support whoever wins the Democratic Party's nomination
U.S. election 2020
It's not surprising that ex-Soviet Jews have a kneejerk response to the word 'socialism.' But it's a gross manipulation of Soviet Jewry's suffering to contend that Sanders' platform of social reforms make him a throwback to Trotsky
The Democratic presidential contender has surprised many in recent weeks by openly discussing his Jewish identity, prompting seasoned Bernie-watchers to wonder what has changed
Biden told NPR that 'Immediately, that moment it started, I came out against the war at that moment.' That's not true
Speaking to a convention of Republican Party delegates in Indian Wells, California, Brad Parscale also said the campaign’s goal is to build a national army of 2 million trained volunteers
Political activist Linda Sarsour energized a Brooklyn rally for Sanders and endorsed his 'foreign policy that sees Palestinians as human beings deserving of human rights and self-determination'
Democratic presidential candidate says a two-state solution should be a U.S. policy goal
A visit to the West Bank finds Palestinians fearful that the next Israeli government will be extreme, no matter who wins on September 17
Politicians everywhere have always groveled to Big Business and have always resorted to using legislation as a shield. What's changed? It's become worse than we could even imagine, that's what changed
Donald Trump has made crude, strident attempts to guilt-trip U.S. Jews into the white political camp. Does the long, proud tradition of American Jewish liberalism guarantee it will fail?
Every Jew who lived under Soviet rule has a family member like Bernie Sanders, a living encyclopedia of the most catastrophic decisions made by Jews in the 20th century. But deep inside me there is a tiny bit of warmth: he's still family
Sanders' plan to save the planet — and journalism — and his new Trump-beating credentials give him some ammunition
Florida man left three voicemail messages at Sanders' Vermont office where he made anti-Semitic threats and threatened to kill Sanders by beheading him in an 'ISIS-style' video
Tulsi Gabbard and Kamala Harris continued the war of words after the debate was over
Tulsi Gabbard is currently suing Google for $50 million, accusing the search engine of suspending her advertising account in the hours after last month’s debate because it was trying to silence her
Marianne Williamson blasted Trump for 'tapping into racism, bigotry, homophobia, anti-Semitism - although he covers the anti-Semitism with all this pro-Israel stuff - xenophobia'
Topics of the first night of the second 2020 Democratic U.S. presidential debate included health care, reparations for slavery, and the Iran nuclear deal
Democratic candidate and senator Elizabeth Warren chose Max Berger, an IfNotNow co-founder, as her director for progressive partnerships
Speaking on a popular podcast, Bernie Sanders says U.S. policy cannot be '100 percent pro-Israel' and compared Israel to Saudi Arabia
Democratic centrist Michael Bennet bashes Trump for making Israel a wedge issue in the 2020 election, warns about ‘elements of the BDS movement that disagree with Israel’s right to exist’
The American right is embracing neo-nationalism with a new think tank aimed at fostering a support network and 'intellectual base' for the movement
They're not happy with Donald Trump's historic move to Jerusalem, but it doesn't mean they'll do something about it if elected
While both Biden and Buttigieg called for an end to the occupation, Booker told IfNotNow activists, ‘I would understand if you want to support somebody else’
Buttigieg said Saturday: 'I appreciated that article was taken down. I don’t think it really reflects the New Republic that I know'
In ten-minute interview, titled 'Twenty Questions for 2020,' Sanders tries to connect with voters on a more personal level
Steyer, whose father was Jewish and a prosecutor at the Nuremburg Trials, is one of the most visible and deep-pocketed liberals advocating for President Donald Trump’s impeachment
Polling suggests Democrats have an opportunity on foreign policy. According to a Quinnipiac poll conducted in May, 58% of Americans disapprove of the way Trump has handled foreign policy
Marianne Williamson later clarified that Iran was 'a cautionary tale, not a direct analogy' for the U.S.
Both have emerged as the only candidates tough and sharp enough to confront Trump and Netanyahu head-on — and humiliate them in the process