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Josh Shapiro, a Democrat who has deep roots in the Jewish community, is running for governor of Pennsylvania.
Bennett has pledged not to freeze settlement construction, including the advancement of plans for such buildings.
The campaign hopes to stop Israel from receiving military assistance from the United States.
A spokeswoman for the mayor in a statement said he had never ordered members of his detail to do anything for his children and that they had provided security as advised by police officials.
The share of Republicans who say Donald Trump should continue to be a major national figure has grown by 10 percentage points – from 57% to 67%, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis.
Grisham going on the record with the charges lends them more heft as Miller’s race for Congress heats up. He immediately filed a lawsuit accusing Grisham of defamation.
Harris spoke for about 15 minutes to the class about the importance of organizing and making one’s voice heard.
Meet Amos Hochstein, the man heading the mediation between Israel and Lebanon. He will visit the two countries this month.
Saturday's marches will take place from coast to coast, including in cities across Texas, a flashpoint in the nation's battle over abortion rights.
The former US President argues Twitter was "coerced" by members of the US Congress to suspend his account.
Levin said he believes US support for Israel, including US Jewish support, needs recalibrating.
US Vice President Kamala Harris applauded a student who accused Israel of "ethnic genocide," saying "your truth cannot be suppressed."
There remains a large partisan split on the fairness of House committee’s probe into the January 6 US Capitol riots.
In 2016, Friedman allowed Hinckley to move out of a Washington psychiatric hospital, where he had lived for three decades, but imposed restrictions on his travel and internet usage.
But many of the progressives who spoke during the debate were reportedly unequivocal in agreeing with their more moderate colleagues that the Iron Dome was purely a defensive measure.
Texas is the fourth US state to take action against the global ice cream company in recent weeks.
Earlier this year, the Pew Research Center reported that a majority of the American public had faith in the president's handling of the coronavirus and its health impacts.
The fight over the Iron Dome provision is part of a larger internal tug-of-war within the party that is unfolding these days.
The accusation comes as the two congresswomen traded barbs and insults over Twitter.
The White House condemned the border guard as a video circulating social media showed him threatening migrants with the cords.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez introduced an amendment to the defense budget bill to suspend a missile sale to Israel.
Hours before the rally was set to start, Capitol police officers holding riot helmets and armed with batons and pistols took up positions outside the fence.
Jon Ossoff spoke at an Atlanta synagogue on Yom Kippur to denounce two incidents of antisemitic graffiti at local high schools.
US General Mark Milley sought to assure General Li Zuocheng the US was stable and not going to attack and, if there were to be an attack, he would alert his counterpart ahead of time.
Biden will sign an executive order on Thursday that will cover millions of federal workers and contractors that do business with the federal government, the source said.