The 'Anti-Terrorism Clarification Act' allows citizens to sue foreign entities that receive U.S. assistance for past acts of terrorism, and could now sever all security assistance
Justice Department's arguments suspiciously close to lobbying group's, WSJ reveals ■ Adelson claims opposition based on ethical considerations, not his corporation’s stand
Evidence circling around U.S. president as personal lawyer backtracks on Russian interference and AG nominee accepts possibility of collusion
Next month, Washington will convene 70 world leaders in Warsaw in an attempt to form an alliance against Iran. But they all remember Trump's zigzagging policies
Boys from private high school, many wearing pro-Trump apparel, filmed surrounding Vietnam veteran and mocking his singing and drumming
Pelosi says offer does not 'represent a good-faith effort' to end government shutdown
Linda Sarsour at Washington march: 'We will protect our constitutional right to boycott, divest and sanctions in this country' ■ In New York, woman grabs the mic and yells 'The Women's March hates Jews'
The tough Russian statement came in response to the U.S. administration’s Missile Defense Review released Thursday during Trump’s visit to the Pentagon
The conservative commentator, speaking at the annual March for Life in Washington, argued 'Baby Hitler wasn’t Hitler — adult Hitler was Hitler'
Graham's statements follow a bomb attack this week claimed by ISIS, which killed two U.S. troops and two civilians working for the U.S. military in northern Syria
26-year-old New York Knicks center has been an outspoken critic of Erdogan, and was indicted by a Turkish court last year on charges of belonging to an armed terrorist group - which he denies
When a head of the group denies the compatibility of feminism and Zionism or fails to condemn Louis Farrahkan, even sympathetic Jewish voices drop out
Boston Jewish Community Council Threatens to Expel Member Group for Cooperating With 'anti-Zionist' Jewish Voice For Peace
Jewish Community Relations Council resolution sets up showdown with local branch of Workmen's Circle ■ Critics say that this 'sets a dangerous precedent of condemnation by association'
After meeting with Turkey's Erdogan, Republican Senator vowed further sanctions over the Khashoggi case, but gave no specifics concerning Saudi crown prince
Stephan Jones, who wasn’t at the cult leader’s Guyana camp that fateful day, tells Haaretz about the man who would convince his followers to ‘drink the Kool-Aid’
'I feel everyone has a right to exist,' Tamika Mallory tells PBS' Margaret Hoover, who says answer should have been 'a no-brainer'
Announcement marks a rare sign of movement in a denuclearization effort that has stalled since a landmark meeting last year
In the beginning there was a 4th-century Latin translation of the Hebrew Bible, but over the millennia a myriad English translations 'moved vpon the water'
'This Humiliates the Palestinian Authority': Israeli Raids Deepen Tensions Over Security Coordination
Palestinian leadership incensed by Israeli efforts to stave off threats in the West Bank, fearing damage to its image while the end of U.S. financial assistance looms large
FBI detained Marzieh Hashemi when she landed in St. Louis Sunday, but the reason for her arrest has not been disclosed
Seven months after declaring the threat had been eliminated, U.S. report calls Pyongyang 'extraordinary threat' ■ Chief negotiator slated to meet Pompeo and possibly go to the White House
One of only two Congress members to support BDS, Omar’s appointment will bring a new level of criticism toward Israel to the pivotal committee ■ J Street defends lawmaker: 'Smearing Omar as an anti-Semite is wrong'
A number of the movement’s chapters have sought to distance themselves from the anti-Semitism-roiled D.C. leadership: 'I think this is the last year we will be calling ourselves Women’s March'
'If they want to gather intelligence, they can simply rent an apartment in Haifa instead of investing in ownership of a port'
Representatives Andy Harris and Phil Roe were spotted walking with Chuck Johnson, HuffPost reporter Matt Fuller first noted Wednesday on Twitter
The two newest additions to the Women's March steering committee talk about the difference between blacks and Jews, their relationship with Israel and their friendship with Linda Sarsour
Michael Cohen said on Thursday he paid a firm to manipulate online polling data 'at the direction of and for the sole benefit of' Trump