Pro-BDS Cori Bush defeats pro-Israel Missouri congressman in DNC primary

Bush defeated Lacy Clay by 3 percentage points, 48.6% to 45.5% in the primary Tuesday.

John Lenges, who changed parties to vote Republican in 2016, and his sister Jeanne Coffin cheer at a
Republicans, Democrats traded one in ten voters over last two years - poll

Younger voters and those with less formal education are less likely to be consistent in their support for one party, the study found.

The rise of antisemitism on the Left and in America - opinion

Antisemitic hate crimes are rising at an alarming pace, and according to the ADL, 2019 saw the highest level of antisemitic incidents since tracking began in 1979.

Yair Lapid’s delusions about the Democrats

Lapid’s acknowledgment that the current team in the White House has been “friendly,” was necessary. Nobody knows better than him how misleading polls can be.

The lunatic fringe has taken hold Congress - opinion

You have to wonder what side some of these guys would have been on in 1861.

White House, Congress see little progress on coronavirus bill

"We're so far apart, we don't care. We really don't care," Trump told reporters as he departed the White House for a trip to Texas, blaming Democrats.

Democratic U.S. presidential candidates Senator Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden a
Despite some changes, Democratic Party platform no cause for concern

The term special relationship to define the Israeli-US ties – a feature in the platforms of 2000, 2004 and 2008, does not appear in this year’s platform.

DNC advances final platform version, Israel related draft stays unchanged

The committee rejected a suggested amendment to condition US assistance to Israel, so "no US aid may be used to facilitate annexation or to violate Palestinians rights."

Six US mayors urge Congress to block Trump federal deployment

The tactics, condemned by Democrats as federal overreach, have fueled a new wave of protests following demonstrations sparked by the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis on May 25.

US Republicans' coronavirus aid proposal faces opposition on both sides

Democrats decried it as too limited compared to their $3 trillion proposal that passed the House of Representatives in May, while some Senate Republicans criticized it as too expensive.

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