We learned quite a lot about the presidential hopeful on Thursday, including the identity of the mystery kibbutz he visited in the ’60s
Watch the Vermont Senator pass out candy on Halloween, and play a ranting, baseball-loving rabbi
‘Can a Jew really be president? Have you come to take my baby? And, are you Rumpelstiltskin?’
Ted Rall’s new illustrated book is a love letter to the presidential hopeful from Vermont, the author’s socialist hero
When the election hits home, what’s a parent to do?
This week on Unorthodox, Hillary’s Jewish outreach, plus Scholastic deputy general counsel Mark Seidenfeld—Harry Potter’s lawyer—and bioethicist Alice Dreger
A nostalgic paean to a past America, Sanders’s new ad embodies the attraction and limits of his campaign, and is unlikely to draw the voters he needs to defeat Hillary Clinton
The gruff and tough presidential hopeful was voted as ‘Person of the Year’ by ‘Time’ magazine’s readers
Why the best SNL sketch in ages matters
The presidential hopeful got groovy on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show.’ It wasn’t the first time the Vermonter has boogied.
What Sanders’ Harringtonian eloquence brings to the American left
On Tuesday night, the five Democratic presidential hopefuls filled the Las Vegas stage—and our televisions—with a lively, articulate discussion about the issues that matter. Well, mostly.
Tracing the Jewish roots of the presidential hopeful, from Burlington to the kibbutz and back
‘I normally am pretty tolerant to people who ask questions, but I’m not to your assumption.’
The presidential hopeful took issue with Diane Rehm’s ‘nonsense’ inquiry
The Vermonter’s creative meditation on gender roles—via rape fantasies—has set the Internet aflame. What’s your take?
Becomes first Jewish presidential candidate since Joe Lieberman
Vermont senator gave himself until March to decide about a presidential bid
Vermont’s independent senator, a socialist, prepares for 2016 run
Americans Elect favors some interesting candidates
Sen. Sanders does some talking
With more Republicans than ever