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The proposed bill would uphold the right of states to ban Israel boycotters from doing business with the states, and protect the states from lawsuits.
The last time the Yemen bill was considered, Republicans attached language condemning antisemitism. In that case, Democrats surprised Republicans by allowing the language to go through.
"An attack on Israel is an attack on the US," Graham told the RJC convention which is taking place in Las Vegas.
The fierce debate over gun control in the US has resurfaced in the aftermath of a February 14 shooting at Florida's Majory Stoneman Douglas High School.
By EYTAN HALON
Reps. Ted Budd of North Carolina and Lee Zeldin of New York introduced the Hezbollah Kingpin Designation Act earlier this month.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Trump's presidency has forced nearly every GOP constituency to weigh stark trade-offs.
By KATIE GLUECK / MCCLATCHY WASHINGTON BUREAU
Pew poll showed a growing gap between how Republicans and Democrats view Israel’s conflict with the Palestinians, with the Republicans expressing considerably more sympathy toward Israel’s positions.
By HERB KEINON
Democrats said the four-page memo mischaracterizes highly sensitive classified information and was intended to undermine Special Counsel Robert Mueller's criminal probe into the Russia matter.
Democrats — with a couple of notable exceptions — did not applaud when US President Trump mentioned moving the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
The billionaire has denied the accusations published by the 'Wall Street Journal' as 'preposterous' and said they were instigated by his ex-wife to seek advantage in their divorce lawsuit.
Partisan polarization around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is starker than ever in the United States.
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon and Breitbart, which Bannon left last week, severed ties with Republican candidate Paul Nehlen last month over his antisemitic comments.
The investigators accused Moscow of trying to undermine democracies by spreading malicious disinformation, threatening countries' energy security and using 'cybercriminals' to steal information.
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