"Of course there are laws that some people may consider as favoring Jews—it's a Jewish state," Fleur Hassan-Nahoum, a deputy mayor of Jerusalem, said.
An elite cohort that runs everything from the major news media to the universities to America's political parties is deeply out of touch, not only with average Americans but perhaps its own political interests.
"Happy Birthing Person's Day to all the strong, independent birthing people out there!" one user tweeted.
"There's things I know that I can't say, but what I can say is that Trump is not done," said Nathan French.
"The United States must speak out strongly against the violence," Sanders tweeted on Saturday.
"Raise your wages. Pay decent benefits," Senator Bernie Sanders tweeted, describing it as a "simple solution."
Trump issued pardons for Stone and Flynn in December before he left office.
According to the ACLU, approximately 5,500 children were affected by Trump's "zero tolerance" family separation policy in 2018.
Last month, Biden proposed nearly doubling the current capital gains tax rate of 20 percent to 39.6 percent for those earning more than $1 million.
"We don't want history to repeat itself," the Democratic senator said.
Unemployment benefits during the COVID pandemic face scrutiny after job numbers for April grew by only 266,000.
"Heaven does not recognize [Joe Biden] having any scepter nor wearing any crown," the self-described prophet wrote. "From heaven's perspective, there is only the legitimacy of [Trump]."
Private Christian College of the Ozarks is fighting a Biden administration executive order that requires a interpretation of the word "sex" in the Fair Housing Act that would not discriminate based on gender identity or sexual orientation.
"The solution is to actually pay a living wage," the New York progressive tweeted.
The president tried to appear optimistic about the jobs report. When he mentioned the commentators' reaction he laughed.
Betting the United States wouldn't agree to the terms, Lukashenko said Belarus would hold an early election on the same day as the U.S.
President Joe Biden fought back against critics who have argued that higher unemployment benefits prompted the disappointing jobs report released Friday.
Advocates of recurring payments argue it would shorten the recovery time and help Americans keep their heads above water during recessions.
"Let 'em crucify him. But we're now the echo and we're going to put it on every page, every Twitter account, everything we got now," the preacher said.
"The reality is, this is a crisis and the federal government must do more to address this surge of migrants," the Arizona Democrat said.
The White House hasn't signed onto the measure, and press secretary Jen Psaki noted that the payments "are not free."
A new report released by the Labor Department on Friday found that employers added only 266,000 new jobs last month, roughly a quarter of what economists had predicted.
What does science say about the long-term effect of good early parental bonding on an infant—and is it why some are able to navigate life's turbulence relatively unscathed, while others seem to bear more significant bruising?
Two bills working their way through the Texas legislature will place limits on how schools teach issues around racism and sexism.
President Joe Biden caved to political pressure from congressional Democrats on Wednesday, announcing that he plans to back a proposal to waive intellectual property rights for COVID-19 vaccines.
The South Carolina senator has said he feels the Republican Party "can't grow" without the former president.
"What makes this charade all the worse is that the only known case of election fraud in Florida from the 2020 election involves a Republican," the South Florida Sun-Sentinel's editorial board wrote.
The Vermont senator said Cheney is being punished because she acknowledged "the reality that Trump lost the election."
The controversial legislation immediately faces legal challenges.