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A presidential presence
During the first few months of the year, Booker has focused his campaign on his own personal story.
The senator, with bandages on his forehead, stays on the campaign trail.
Washington’s treatment of the Jewish people was something that had a much larger affect than just on his country.
By BENJAMIN GLATT
Quoting the founder of a new Republican-aligned group hoping to wrestle Jewish votes away from the Democrats, Trump tweeted that “Jewish people are leaving the Democratic Party.”
By MICHAEL WILNER
The South African Jewish Board of Deputies said it believes that the downgrading of South Africa’s Embassy in Israel will "do nothing to further peace efforts in the region."
By ILANIT CHERNICK
Yitzhak Farhi currently serves as CEO of a company that specializes in providing health services. He promises he will return to the Jewish state if he fails to win the election.
By STEVEN J. KESSLER/JTA
Remembering and discussing the history of our city serves a vital civic purpose, and it is to Dearborn’s credit that we dedicate a few of our tax dollars to having a museum that strives to do that.
By JONATHON STANTON/JTA
Many of the folks who start out on city councils and in state capitols go on to run for Congress, or governorships, or for presidency. A small investment today can yield dividends for generations.
By AMANDA LITMAN/JTA
Buttigieg is gay, married, and a veteran of the Afghanistan war.
By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
“She talked about the transition of this country since 2016, and part of it was about how white supremacism has been normalized,” prominent feminist, author Letty Cottin Pogredbin.
By BEN SALES/JTA
“Climate change is already placing a disproportionate burden on vulnerable communities around the world, generating severe storms, flooding, droughts and famine.”
By DANIELLE ZIRI
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