AIPAC opposes amendments to the Iran Nuclear Agreement Act, to ensure bipartisan support and passage of the bill.
US warships are now escorting US-flagged commercial vessels as they sail through the Persian Gulf.
Likud and Kulanu shook hands on a deal to raise Israeli purchase taxes on investment homes in a new coalition deal.
How many Democrats, especially the Jewish ones, would vote against the idea that Iran recognizes Israel?
Chairman Corker and Ranking Member Ben Cardin are busy keeping "poison pills at bay that could jeopardize Democratic support and the White House's reluctant pledge to sign the bill."
Jewish Vermont Sen. Sanders, who boasts he is "very close" to the teachings of Pope Francis," reportedly will announce his candidacy on Thursday.
Kentucky Senator and presidential hopeful Rand Paul wants to enlist Jewish support.
The left-wing party's problem is that the ministry spent more money to promote Judaism than democracy.
Vying for dominance in the WZO election, are movements within our nation which seek to undermine and subvert Orthodox Judaism.
British MP Ed Miliband has again been targeted, this time in a political campaign for being "the Jew."
GOP Senator Ted Cruz met with Republican Jewish leaders in Las Vegas Saturday on the campaign trail.
The idea behind Peres & Associates came to life two years or so before the end of President Shimon Peres' term in office, when his team began planning the next phase in his career.
Bayit Yehudi settles for three Cabinet posts. Shas to head Religious Affairs with Bayit Yehudi as Deputy.
Biden gleefully announced two of his three Catholic children married Jews - not thrilling his Jewish audience.
All polls show Clinton would win against any Republican, but has she peaked too soon?
Israel's president and prime minister have refused to meet with former U.S. President Jimmy Carter.
“If we put money in health, we can’t put money in education,” Flanagan recalls hearing from the opponents.
President Reuven Rivlin granted Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu two more weeks Monday morning to form a new government coalition after negotiations with different t...
‘War on pollution’ continues in Haifa.
Bayit Yehudi wants the Religious Affairs Ministry, Yisrael Beytenu wants the Foreign Affairs Ministry, and both feel Netanyahu is trying to short-change them. It's a match made in heaven.
First thwarted at the Israeli polls, now V15 funder's "healthy" bars are also losers.
Liberman is adamantly insisting on receiving the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, but Netanyahu wants Liberman to step back and take something else.
Ministerial distributions are starting to firm up, but Bennett reportedly has a new demand.
Prime Minister Netanyahu will head over to President Rivlin's house on Tuesday and ask for a 14 day extension to build his coalition.
The Likud could reach agreements with most of its potential coalition partners by next week.