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Israel has at least at much at stake in this year's US presidential election as the average US voter.
Jeb Bush surprised many of his backers when he failed to take the primary in South Carolina.
Slowly the field of GOP candidates is starting to thin out. But the Democratic race is still tight.
Ted Cruz came out a clear winner for the GOP in Iowa but the Democrats are still wondering what happened.
“Some people will try to take that and, you know, make it into an anti-Jewish thing, which is foolishness,” Carson said.
"The Donald" is in the number two spot, shared with Ben Carson, in Iowa and Michigan after a survey that already placed him in the second spot in New Hampshire.
President Barack Obama slammed 47 GOP senators on Monday for sending a letter to Iran describing the limits of any agreement he might sign.
A Likud official said Netanyahu didn't know the invite wasn't bipartisan - but he should still go.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel handed in his resignation Monday to President Barack Obama.
Iran is rapidly approaching its best chance to reach a diplomatic agreement over its nuclear development program.
Jeb Bush told a crowd at a NY fundraiser that he is thinking for running for President, according to a report on Fox News.
“Non-Christians have a false religion" but the Jews are an exception, says a Virginia Tea Party preacher-candidate in a splendid show of how to put your foot in your mouth.
There may no longer be a unifying “center” to hold the GOP together.
I wish my Democrats were half as brave and principled as the Tea party "crazies."
While some lawmakers, including Sen. Bob Corker, republican of Tennessee, senior Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and Rep. Eliot Engel of New...
Rep. Steny Hoyer, the second-ranked Democrat in the U.S. House of Representatives, again will lead fellow Democrats on a tour of Israel funded by...
Michele Bachmann has a lot in common with Sarah Palin – attractive, pro-Israel, a Tea Party darling, candidate for president and a target of media mockery. Soon, like Palin, she will be out of office.
When I visited the Gush Katif Museum in Jerusalem a couple of years ago, it was a brutal reminder of what happens when politicians make decisions that don’t involve their brains.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu welcomes on Wednesday Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, touted as one of the top possibilities to be GOP’s presidential candidate...
The Left seeks to create a society where everyone is a lab monkey except the experts running the experiments.
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