They already shared intellectual mentors and a virulent anti-Semitism. Now white supremacists have adopted Islamist extremist tactics and training. And far-right populists, from Orban to Trump, act as radicalizers and recruiters for both
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David Friedman, seemingly positioned on the far right of the Israeli political map, says Trump will stand by his promise to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem.
Individuals linked to the Russian government hacked both Democratic and Republican computer systems but only leaked information from Democratic officials, the CIA finds; Trump's transition team: 'Time to move on.'
U.S. Jewish organization's decision to host holiday event with Azeri embassy sparks dissent among its members.
Saturday Night Live is back in the headlines for a second time in the last three weeks as President-elect Trump again takes to Twitter to voice his disapproval of the comedy show.
Nothing would be better for the pro-Israel cause than having a Keith Ellison at the DNC who is not Keith Ellison.
'We denounce all of the hatred and we forcefully reject the language of exclusion and separation. We have no choice. We have to, and it’s better.'
Lawyers for Green party-backed voters who filed suit say they can't afford $1 million bond ordered by court.
The call was the first such contact with Taiwan by a president-elect or president since President Jimmy Carter adopted a one-China policy in 1979.
Leading financial manager Stephen Schwarzman will advise Trump on 'how government policy impacts economic growth, job creation, and productivity.'
The 'animated' phone call and subsequent invitation are a marked change from official U.S. policy following the souring of relations between Manila and Washington.
The U.S. president-elect's switcheroo of Goldman Sachs from satanic bogeyman to steward of America’s finances ranks in the Guinness book of chutzpah.
Washington's extension of the Iran Sanctions Act violates the 2015 nuclear deal, Iran says, as president-elect's transition team discusses new sanctions against Islamic Republic.
In a remarkable confrontation at Harvard University, the architects of Clinton’s losing campaign traded bitter barbs with Team Trump.
Poised to become the next chair of the Democratic National Committee, Ellison is under fire a 2010 recording in which he criticizes U.S. support of Israel; Sen. Schumer defends Ellison, who says his remarks were taken out of context.
President elect confirms Washington Post Report, says official announcement will come next week.
Once upon a time this day marked the end of a terrible plague. Then revisionism got involved.