Republicans, Democrats diverge on 'Jewish' issuesOn the differences between Democrats and Republicans.
Trump: I've made a lot of sacrificesRepublican presidential nominee fires back at accusations from Muslim man who attacked him during a speech at the Democratic convention.
Obama: No one is more qualified than HillaryPresident Obama expresses support for Clinton, says American's greatness doesn't depend on Trump.
Yes, I’m a Democrat married to a RepublicanYes, Republicans and Democrats can get along.
Jewish Democrats launching superPACJewish Democrats setting up a superPAC to defend Clinton and other candidates from "Sheldon Adelson-funded onslaught".
Video on Clinton highlights Gaza ceasefire, IranVideo on Clinton's tenure as secretary of state highlights her roles in achieving a ceasefire in Gaza and passing sanctions on Iran.
Democrats scramble for message to JewsDemocrats acknowledge that targeted messaging is a challenge for Jewish voters, particularly young Jewish voters.
Democrats seek unity on Israel, but cracks showingCracks are showing on one issue that Democrats have long been united on: The Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
It's official: Clinton is the Democratic nomineeHillary Clinton passes the 2,382-delegate threshold required to be named the Democratic presidential nominee.
Democrats blame Trump for 'anti-Semitism'Democrats blame Republican nominee for what they depict as burgeoning anti-Semitism in his party.
Senators call for Iran sanctions extensionOn the anniversary of the Iran nuclear deal, Democratic senators call for extension of the existing sanctions on the Islamic Republic.
Sanders to campaign with ClintonSenator Bernie Sanders will join Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail on Tuesday. Is an official endorsement coming?
Bernie Sanders booed by House DemsHouse Democrats boo Bernie Sanders for not quitting his presidential campaign and endorsing Hillary Clinton.
Obama: I believe in Hillary ClintonPresident Barack Obama campaigns with Hillary Clinton, says no man or woman is more qualified to serve as president than her.
Sanders acknowledges he won't be nomineeDemocratic presidential candidate admits he will likely not be the party’s presidential nominee, but does not suspend his campaign.
Sanders' Israel critics called 'today's Democrats'Republican Jewish Coalition releases internet videos attacking Israel critics on Democrats platform drafting committee.
Clinton wins final primary in Washington, DCHillary Clinton defeats Bernie Sanders in the final primary in the District of Columbia.
Sanders 'accepts' Clinton's nominationVermont Senator willing to work together with Clinton to defeat Donald Trump.
Clinton clinches Democratic nominationClinton seizes the Democratic presidential nomination after winning enough NJ delegates, becomes first woman nominee.
Clinton has enough delegatesAssociated Press reports that Hillary Clinton has captured commitments from the number of delegates needed to become presidential nominee.
Obama could endorse Clinton this weekPresident Barack Obama could officially endorse Hillary Clinton as early as this week, say officials.
Dems' platform includes critics, friends of IsraelDemocrats' platform drafting committee heavy with veterans of political battles over Israel, including one backer of BDS.
Sanders awarded more delegates in Washington stateDemocratic presidential candidate given 49 more delegates in Washington state, though he still trails frontrunner Clinton.
Poll: Clinton's lead narrows among DemocratsNew poll finds Sanders has all but eliminated Clinton’s polling lead among Democratic voters, but it may be too late for him.
Cardin: Leahy letter on killings is 'wrong'Ben Cardin criticizes letter from Democrats asking the Obama administration to look into allegations of Israeli extrajudicial killing.
Expert: Trump isn't yet assured the nominationFormer Ambassador Yoram Ettinger predicts Clinton will be Democratic nominee, but everything is wide open among Republicans.
Sanders trifecta in Washington, Alaska, HawaiiSenator Bernie Sanders dominates Democratic caucuses in Hawaii, Washington, and Alaska.
American Jews have unfavorable view of Trump, CruzNew Gallup poll finds 72 percent of Jewish Americans have an unfavorable view of Cruz and Trump.
Sanders confirms he won't address AIPACAll the presidential candidates are scheduled to address the AIPAC conference with the exception of the lone Jewish candidate.
It's official: Clinton wins MissouriBernie Sanders says he will not seek a recount of results in Missouri, making Clinton win official.
Sanders defeats Clinton in MaineBernie Sanders declared the winner of the Maine Democratic caucuses, but Clinton still has more delegates.
Sanders wins in Kansas and NebraskaSanders projected to defeat Hillary Clinton in both Kansas and Nebraska, while Clinton wins Louisiana.
Democratic candidate: I won't vote for ClintonFormer Democratic presidential candidate Jim Webb says he won't vote for Hillary Clinton, but might vote for Trump.
Jewish lawmaker endorses Sanders for presidentRep. Alan Grayson of Florida endorses Sanders after holding an online poll.
Clinton secures victory in South CarolinaHillary Clinton projected to win South Carolina, an important victory ahead of Super Tuesday.
Senate Minority Leader endorses ClintonSenate Minority Leader Harry Reid says former Secretary of State would serve the middle class better, backs her for president.
Clinton narrowly defeats Sanders in NevadaFormer Secretary of State wins 52% of the vote in Nevada caucuses.
Poll: Trump and Clinton lead in South CarolinaDonald Trump has a 16-point lead while Hillary Clinton leads Bernie Sanders by 18 points in South Carolina.
Stopping Bernie: Where are the anti-Semites when we need them?Bernie is not harmless, he is dangerous, and for more reasons than one.
Clinton: We will fight for every voteHillary Clinton concedes New Hampshire loss to Bernie Sanders, promises to fight for every vote in every state.
Trump: Hillary Clinton is 'evil'Republican presidential front-runner refers to Hillary Clinton as "in a certain way, evil" in a word association game.
Trump, Sanders continue to lead in New HampshireMonmouth University poll finds Trump and Sanders lead in New Hampshire, with a close race for second place among GOPs.
Clinton and Sanders spar over Wall Street, ISISIn their first head to head debate since Iowa caucuses, Democratic candidates spar over a variety of issues.
Trump holds solid lead in Iowa, latest poll findsDonald Trump holds a commanding lead in Iowa, while Bernie Sanders takes control of the Democratic race, finds new CNN/ORC poll.
Democrats block bill to curb the flow of refugeesSenate Democrats block Republican bill that would curb the flow of Syrian and Iraqi refugees into the United States.
Clinton and Sanders spar - but not on IranHillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley gather for final Democratic debate before Iowa caucus.
Obama won't publicly endorse candidateWhite House chief of staff says Obama will not publicly endorse a candidate before the 2016 Democratic primaries.
US Democrat says Obama is living on the moonDemocratic assemblyman says playing politics with people's lives is a victory to our enemy. Obama doesn't get it.
Senators denounce EU's labeling planSenators Ted Cruz and Kirsten Gillibrand head bipartisan initiative which expresses concern over plan to label Judea and Samaria products.
Roger Waters fears Hillary might use nukesFormer Pink Floyd star finds Hillary Clinton too hawkish, supports Jewish Bernier Sanders instead.
Biden rules out presidential runVice President announces he won't seek the presidency but says he will "not be silent".
Biden Close to Announcing Presidential Run?American news outlets say Vice President Biden is inching closer towards announcing his intention to run for president.
Poll: Democrats Want Biden to RunAlmost half of American Democrats want Vice President to challenge Hillary Clinton in 2016 race, finds new Reuters/Ipsos poll.
Democrats Offer Plan to Track Iran's ComplianceSenate Democrats suggest plan that helps prevent Tehran from cheating in nuclear agreement and boosts security for Israel.
Democrats Block Iran Legislation a Third TimeSenate Democrats block legislation meant to kill the Iran nuclear deal, ensuring Congress won't disapprove it at all.
House of Representatives Rejects Iran DealHouse of Representatives votes to reject deal with Iran; move will have no consequences for the deal's implementation.
Democrats Bury Republican Bid to Block Iran DealSenate votes 58-42 to end a debate on a resolution disapproving the Iran deal, handing Obama a victory.