How angry rhetoric over Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan could derail the group at the very moment it should be celebrating a historic victory
Allison Kaplan Sommer
Analysis Mock Trump’s Decision to Honor Miriam Adelson All You Want, but Don’t Underestimate Her Power
The news that Trump is awarding Miriam Adelson with the Presidential Medal of Freedom was greeted with mockery. But she is not a mere stand-in for her husband
Nevada's Jacky Rosen Defeats Adelson-backed Heller, Becomes Third Jewish Woman Ever Elected to Senate
She has worked to appeal to pro-Israel voters in her state, saying she, unlike most Democrats, would have opposed Obama’s 2015 Iran nuclear pact
Many individual races made history, but the overall results corresponded with predictions
An Election Night of Firsts: From Colorado’s Gay and Jewish Governor, to Native American and Muslim Women Heading to Congress
With big victories and bitter disappointments for both Republicans and Democrats Tuesday night, one thing was undeniable: the 2018 midterm results contained numerous historic firsts
Omar, a Somali-American, follows Tlaib, who has Palestinians roots, into Congress
In September, the Jewish billionaire Adelson couple pumped $32 million into the GOP
The vast majority of Jewish Americans are set to vote for Democratic candidates Tuesday, prioritizing the dangers of anti-Semitism at home over Israel’s special relationship with President Donald Trump
WATCH From New York to Michigan, Is a Wave of 'anti-Israel' Democrats About to Reshape U.S. Politics
In a three-part video series, Haaretz's Allison Kaplan Sommer explains how Israel, anti-Semitism and the Jewish vote are affecting the Midterms – and what the results could mean for all three
Over the past week, American Jews expected comfort and support. Instead, Israeli government officials offered carefully honed political talking points, choosing Trump over them
The races in all three ‘Bubbe & Zayde’ states are all too close to call ahead of Tuesday’s midterm elections, with the Democrats hoping Jewish pensioners can make the difference
Hundreds of protesters rallied outside the Tree of Life synagogue to demonstrate against Trump's rhetoric, holding signs reading 'Trump will lie about this too' and 'Ban assault rifles, be a leader'
From interfaith events in San Francisco to community vigils in New York City, Jews and non-Jews alike come together to remember those slain in synagogue shooting
How far is it from ‘Lock Her Up’ to ‘Blow Her Up’?
Arizona’s Democratic Candidate in Senate Race Takes Heat for Radical Past, but Is Bulletproof on Israel
One is a former anti-war activist, the other a former combat pilot – but Kyrsten Sinema still hopes to defeat Martha McSally and flip the state from red to blue in November
Republican candidate Ron DeSantis and Democratic nominee Andrew Gillum both chase the state's Jewish vote, which could prove crucial in tight race
Democrats Abroad Israel are ramping up their get-out-the-vote activities on the Israeli street, hoping every vote counts in the effort to take back the House. Republicans are missing from the scene, and say they won't 'reveal their original methods'
The campaign is meant to pressure the Israeli government to change its position on allowing Lara Alqasem to enter the country. Alqasem has been detained for 15 days at Ben Gurion Airport
David Friedman says his visit to Ariel included meetings with Israeli and Palestinian businessmen 'willing to advance coexistence,' but J Street says it 'sends a clear message of support for the settlement movement'
Jewish mega-donors on both sides of the aisle are leading the charge