The American right is embracing neo-nationalism with a new think tank aimed at fostering a support network and 'intellectual base' for the movement
U.S. election 2020
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
Democratic presidential candidate is currently an enigma to many pro-Israel U.S. Jews. Here is where she stands on the key issues related to the Jewish state
The most common answer at Wednesday’s debate was China, but Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said it was Donald Trump
'Truly unprofessional and only worthy of a FAKE NEWS Organization, which they are!'
All candidates but one say they would rejoin the nuclear deal in first 2020 debate ■ Minnesota's Klobuchar: We shouldn't conduct foreign policy 'in our bathrobe at 5 in the morning'
Two-term congressman is 25th candidate for Democratic presidential nomination
'If you want to run a campaign based on reparations and concentration camps then it's going to be very hard to win the election'
'The candidates with the most to gain will throw the sharpest blows. If you're at 1 or 2 points in the polls you're not going to move by playing it safe,' said Brian Brokaw, a longtime kamala Harris adviser
The money raised from the war tax would be deposited into a newly created Veterans Health Care Trust Fund
Some candidates directly answered the question posed by the New York Times, but most used it as an opportunity to affirm their support of a two-state solution
‘I Have Not Used That Word’: Bernie Sanders Distances Himself From AOC’s ‘Concentration Camps’ Comparison
Holocaust historian tells Haaretz that invoking the genocide was a ‘strategic mistake’ for opponents of the Trump administration’s immigration policies
A look at some of Trump's claims from his rally in Orlando, Florida
U.S. President Donald Trump formally launched his 2020 reelection campaign on Tuesday
'Everyone should be held accountable, and the president is not above the law'
Buttigieg also vowed to return the United States to the landmark 2015 international Iran nuclear accord on the grounds the agreement was in the U.S. national security interest
2020 Democratic presidential candidate says U.S. should limit aid to Israel if Netanyahu goes ahead with his election-eve promise
A decade ago 'it was controversial just to see a presidential candidate who's supportive of gay rights,' said Andrew Flores, a government professor at American University in Washington, D.C.
Presidential candidates like Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg are refusing to remain silent on Israeli government policies they see as at odds with their own
Warren, spoke during an MSNBC town hall in Indiana, in which she said her 2020 Democrat opponent, Joe Biden, was wrong to support the Hyde Amendment
13 Democratic Candidates Delivered Videos to This Jewish Conference. The Different Messages Hint at What’s to Come
Only one candidate alluded to allegations of anti-Semitism on the Democratic Party’s left wing
Mayor Buttigieg, 37, has been rising in Democratic nominating polls in recent months
Among the Democrats who called for Franken’s resignation were Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand, Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren.