An opportunity for the 118th Congress to get off on a historic footing.
The U.S. can take concrete steps in response.
Andy Levin’s Two-State Solution Act isn’t meant to pass, or to bring “peace and coexistence.”
A group of left-wing rabbis has found common cause with Congress’s “squad.”
Democrats might balk at extending $10 billion to Vladimir Putin.
A bill before Congress would make communal morning prayer more difficult.
“Israel needs to pick a side.” But does anyone else?
The group’s U.S. director dismissed the idea of a Jewish state.
Two Democratic candidates running in a newly formed congressional district split on Israel.
Republicans are at fault in this instance, but the real problem is bipartisan.
Partnership might be preferable to largesse.
If they were to succeed, the result would be increased Palestinian deaths as well.
An UNRWA official created a sensation by telling the truth.
The ADL fails to do its job.