Friday, October 19, 2018
The first Democratic presidential debate focused on economic issues, though foreign policy differences emerged on how to handle the Middle East crisis.
Rand Paul answered questions on Israel from a group of rabbis and Jewish leaders at the National Society for Hebrew Day School Headquarters in Brooklyn.
David Duke said opposition to Trump shows 'Jewish supremacists' are 'the real problem,' ADL urged Trump to make clear anti-Semitism has no place in society.
Chuck Schumer has broken with President Obama and will back a bill that will allow Congress to review the Iran nuclear framework deal announced last week.
US Jewish groups have sent congratulations to Benjamin Netanyahu on his election win, making him prime minister of Israel for a fourth term.
Netanyahu spoke at the AIPAC conference, lauding President Barack Obama but expressing few regrets for the speech to Congress he will present tomorrow.
Following the nomination of Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court, ADL urged the Senate to fulfill its constitutional duty and ensure justice is not delayed.
Six presidential candidates made their pitch on Israel to thousands of Christian Zionist voters at the Christians United for Israel Washington Summit.
Sanders accused Clinton of neglecting Palestinians and Clinton said he was more prone to criticizing than solving problems when it comes to the conflict.
Hillary has Jewish connections, from her family to her political allies. Here are five Jewish things to expect from the Democratic nominee.


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