Monday, March 27, 2017
The defeat of the disastrous Trump-Ryan health care bill is a major victory for working families and everyone who stood up in opposition.
The overwhelming majority of Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives urged President Donald Trump to reaffirm the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as U.S. policy.
New York’s Jewish federation sent a letter to Congress members in the state opposing the Republican health care bill because of its potential negative impact on poor people.
A Palestinian woman who had not told U.S. immigration authorities that she had been imprisoned in Israel for two terror attacks accepted a plea bargain that forces her to leave the country.
The joint statement released Thursday night after four days of talks between top officials said the issues are “exceptionally complicated,”
Many Jewish groups did go too far, too fast in assuming the identity of the culprit (or culprits), pinning the threats on a political climate inspired by President Donald Trump.
The 52-46 vote on Thursday afternoon hewed mostly to party lines. Only two Democrats backed the nomination among the 48 senators who caucus with the party.
Many Jewish groups blamed white supremacists, emboldened by Donald Trump’s campaign, for the bomb threats that have plagued Jewish institutions since the beginning of this year.
The 1958 bombing of a synagogue in the Georgia capital has renewed relevance as bomb threats hit JCCs across the country.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the arrest in Israel of a teenager allegedly responsible for more than 100 bomb threats against U.S. Jewish institutions was the culmination of an investigation “spanning multiple continents.”


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