Israeli-Americans, once shunned by the homeland and marginal in domestic politics, are becoming more influential and injecting new optimism into the often dour world of American-Jewish political organizations
How a Gulf kingdom’s efforts to court Jewish-American opinion led to the hack of a celebrity rabbi and ended with their secrets getting spilled in court
How Stephen Walt became the new foreign policy gatekeeper for the right
Know when to fold ’em
A scrappy Israeli team is trying to win millions for sending an unmanned mission to the moon
A House of Cards-like scandal is rocking Israel and Netanyahu. Previous ones have failed to take him down. Could this one be different?
In 2012, 87 percent of RJC’s board donated to Mitt Romney. In 2016, 81 percent have refused to donate to Trump.
What Californians Roger Simon and David Horowitz see in the GOP nominee—and how it reflects deeper veins of Jewish assimilation in America
Citing Donald Trump’s presumptive nomination, a number of companies and wealthy individuals have reneged on their contributions to the convention, Politico reported
The Republican presidential candidate has Jewish family members and friends. Here’s who they are.
As intra-party support for Trump dwindles, the cash-strapped presidential hopeful looks to one of Israel’s greatest proponents for financial support
What is bad for the United States is bad for the Jewish state, which depends on America’s global leadership for its physical and diplomatic security
‘Hilary had always been my choice…but she takes a lot of money from big corporations and banks, the very people she says she’s going to stand up to’
With the purchase of the Review-Journal, Adelson goes all in, joining a long list of of wealthy conservatives who have purchased media empires
After Vegas summit, ‘Campus Maccabees’ remain mum on anti-BDS strategy
The billionaire takes aim at anti-Israel activities on college campuses
Fantastical title fights inspired by boxing’s ‘Fight of the Century’
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