New David Suissa Podcast Every Tuesday and Friday. Political Editor Shmuel Rosner on the death of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks and the rise of President-elect...
The vote-counting is over. But the legal fights, the political maneuvering and the veiled (and not so veiled threats) have barely begun. The good news is that we pretty much know where we’re going to end up on January 20. But the path to getting there could be difficult and painful.
New David Suissa Podcast Every Tuesday and Friday. What do the results mean and what can we expect going forward? Dan Schnur weighs in. How do...
None of us knows for sure yet what our federal government will look like come January, but here’s to hoping that whatever it looks like, we remember that there are forces out there that are bigger than politics, and that we are able to transcend the politics that we have.
New David Suissa Podcast Every Tuesday and Friday. Reflections on the most divisive election in recent history. How do we manage our lives during the coronavirus...
Large majorities of the American people believe that Election Day could result in violence. More alarmingly, roughly 40 percent of both self-identified Democrats and Republicans believe that violence could be justified if their preferred candidate is defeated.
New David Suissa Podcast Every Tuesday and Friday. A conversation with political editor Shmuel Rosner on the upcoming U.S election, a new survey on anti-Semitism...
While we have a demonstrative four year record on Israel, the Palestinians, and the wider Middle East that will not shift course, there are a few elements of a second Trump term that will be different than the first, with the groundwork now beginning to be laid.
Shmuel Rosner and Chuck Freilich discuss what moves the future president should make regarding America's relationship with Israel and more... Professor Chuck Freilich, a former...
In politics, you don’t win a debate by actually winning a debate. Rather, you win a debate by producing a moment, some type of face-to-face encounter or memorable declaration that will be repeated in news coverage and in digital media.
Former British Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks announced he has been diagnosed with cancer and is undergoing treatment.
Netanyahu, Gantz, and many others in the Israeli government have enjoyed the benefits of an American president and his advisers who have given them carte blanche in the West Bank. If you want one of the best signals that they believe this unprecedented period is about to end, watch the supermarket sweep currently unfolding.
How the Deadly Charlottesville Rally, the Reported Gov. Whitmer Kidnapping Plot and More Underscore the Continued Threat of Far-Right Extremists
Hours before the Jewish Museum of Milwaukee hosted a virtual panel on Oct. 8 on the upcoming landmark federal Sines v. Kessler case against...
Is Donald Trump contagious? Is he immune? Is he in danger? Are we? So many questions. So few answers. And so little time left before an Election Day that may or may not conclude this extraordinary and unprecedented presidential campaign.
President Donald Trump has issued his latest threat to Iran. During an October 9 interview with The Rush Limbaugh show, Trump said, “Iran knows that and they’ve been put on notice: If you f--- around with us, if you do something bad to us, we are going to do things to you that have never been done before.”
The Trump administration has done itself no favors in creating an environment in which no incentives exist for either side to heed American desires or interests, and has essentially erased any leverage it may have had through its own actions.
He shared a tweet calling New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio “an anti-Semite thug."
He is the latest of around 20 people close to Trump, including Trump himself, who has since last week tested positive for the virus.
Trump Says He Tested Positive for COVID-19; Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump Traveled with him this Week, but Test Negative
Trump’s announcement — coming just weeks ahead of the presidential election — came hours after news broke that Trump advisor Hope Hicks had tested positive.
An immigration lawyer in Toronto said that she has seen a spike inquiries from American Jews about moving to Canada.
Nazi Comparisons Have Long Been off-Limits for American Jews. A New Political Ad Suggests That’s Changing in the Trump Era
The ad was from the Jewish Democratic Council of America.
The first presidential debate was the loudest and most raucous “absolutely nothing” in American political history.
Are the Proud Boys Anti-Semitic? Your Primer on the Far-Right Group Trump Told to ‘Stand Back and Stand By’
The Proud Boys, is a far-right, “western chauvinist” fraternal organization that supports Trump and has engaged in street violence.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is bracing for a stormy four years.
Nikki Haley called on the administration to declassify a report detailing the current number of Palestinian refugees who are receiving aid from the UNRWA.
A professor at a university in Michigan has been placed on administrative leave after the student newspaper unearthed a series of his anti-Semitic tweets.
A previously unpublished regulatory clause, outlining relaxed requirements for young adult legal permanent residents applying to become Israeli citizens, has become public by order of the Jerusalem District Court.
The Jerusalem College of Technology (JCT) announced on November 24 that it is renaming the nationally renowned nursing school to the Selma Jelinek School...