by Alice Ollstein Feb 3, 2016
Thomas, a New Hampshire native and voter in next week's critical primary election, has been trying to nail down the candidates visiting his state on how they would pursue peace, not war, if elected to the White House.
by Kira Lerner Dec 19, 2015
The Republican frontrunner also fumbled a question about nuclear weapons during the GOP debate on Tuesday.
by Judd Legum Sep 1, 2015
The book essentially lays out the worldview and agenda of a Cheney presidency.
by Judd Legum Jul 14, 2015
Drawing a new line.
by Alice Ollstein May 22, 2015
85-year-old activist nun Megan Rice was just released from federal prison, but she could be forced to go back behind bars.
by Beenish Ahmed Apr 3, 2015
"This will bring hope to our life. It was as if someone had blocked my airways but I can now breathe."
by Igor Volsky Mar 3, 2015
The Prime Minister of the Jewish state hinted that his country could take military action "alone" against Iran in protest of any agreement.
by Igor Volsky Mar 2, 2015
"Today, we are no longer silent. Today we have a voice. And tomorrow as prime minister of the one and only Jewish state I plan to use that voice," Netanyahu said.
by Igor Volsky Feb 20, 2015
Both sides appear to be narrowing the gap on key issues.
by Igor Volsky Feb 13, 2015
"It emboldens them to attack Israel, and Israel has no shortage of enemies that want to not just attack them but destroy them," Rubio explained.