More than 2,500 people showed up at the National Mall next to the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC in solidarity
Congressman Andy Levin (D-MI) spent the Fourth of July holiday weekend at home, in Michigan’s 9th District, where he has
David Duke established another life for himself in Austria—and remained undisturbed in his Alpine paradise.
In this week’s Politics & Power, Nathan Guttman explores the controversy surrounding republican freshman congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green.
Jewish Telegraphic Agency journalist Sam Sokol traded WhatsApp messages with President Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, about one of the ex-mayor’s favorite targets—the Jewish billionaire George Soros.
Moment’s Anti-Semitism Monitor saw something new in August: over 100 left-wing groups in the U.S. made a disturbing call to
On Tuesday, August 18, President Donald Trump pardoned suffragette Susan B. Anthony—she died in 1906. In 1897, Anthony was arrested