United States political news and analysis with a focus on the connection between American policy and the Jewish people and the State of Israel.
Bob Dole, a World War II veteran and the Republican Party's presidential nominee in 1996, died on Sunday.
The bipartisan group wrote that the West Bank boycott of Ben & Jerry's disregard numerous United States’ state laws.
28% of Evangelicals reject the idea that Jews ever were God’s chosen people.
The legislation states that it is US policy to prevent Iran and Iranian-aligned groups from acquiring UAVs that can be used in attacks against the US or allies.
Andrew Cuomo was forced to step down as governor in August after multiple allegations of sexual misconduct. He has denied any wrongdoing.
At the start of the hearing, which is ongoing, the three judges on the panel questioned Trump lawyer Jesse Binnall over whether courts even have jurisdiction to hear the former president's claims.
"The decision to revoke the designation does not change the posture with regards to any charges or potential charges in the United States against former leaders of the FARC," Blinken said.
Esper served as Trump's defense secretary from June 2019 to November 2020, when he was fired over a range of differences on policy issues.
Following a slew of high-profile antisemitic incidents, Massachusetts lawmakers voted to require genocide education in high schools.
Omar said on Twitter the event described by Boebert in the video never happened, and that "Anti-Muslim bigotry isn’t funny & shouldn’t be normalized."