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The opposition hopes a Clinton presidency “will bring about change in the negative and irresolute position of Washington towards the Syrian tragedy."
Though the image is distorted, the photo is still significant since it does not publish pictures of women.
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Tanden called the situation “depressing” and referred to the Netanyahu government as “ruthless" and "nuts.” Podesta appeared to agree with the assessment, responding: "Bad."
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Florida congressman Ted Deutch seems to believe that Clinton will help to prevent Obama from proceeding to the UN Security Council on parameters for a two-state solution
Clinton has called for the establishment of a no-fly zone and "safe zones" on the ground in Syria to protect non-combatants.
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Conventional wisdom when such allegations break right before an election is to pile on the prosecutor, whether in Israel or the US.
Eizenstat cautioned Clinton to avoid the sort of publicly contentious relationship that developed early on between the Israeli government and the Obama administration.
"These newly found emails may have nothing to do with the former secretary of state, or everything to do with her, and they may have nothing to do with anything at all."
Hillary Clinton’s inner circle speaks to the 'Post' on how her administration will handle relations with Israel and Iran.
Democrats unclear if billionaire spending is pro-Clinton or anti-Trump.
Clinton has said her decision to use a private server in her home for her work as the US secretary of state from 2009 to 2013 was a mistake and has apologized.
In a phone call with Jewish community leaders Clinton spoke of Peres, her recent meeting with Netanyahu and wished American Jewry a happy and healthy new year.
During a stop in Chicago on his first visit to the United States, Khan said he was "a big fan" of Clinton and hoped she would win the presidential election in November.
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“Netanyahu can’t get away with taking a two-week vacation. But if the American president doesn’t, his people will be worried.”
Conspiracy theories regarding Clinton's health have turned into legitimate questions after images of the Democratic nominee was seen leaving a 9/11 memorial stumbling into the van.
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Zionist Union MK suggests double standard in coverage of Clinton.
Republican nominee was diagnosed on Friday but her condition only came to light several hours after she fell ill at a September 11 ceremony.
Democratic nominee's campaign says Clinton is resting at daughter's apartment and is "feeling much better" after leaving early from 9/11 ceremony in New York.
Tahari says he supports Clinton for president even if he doesn't agree with all of her fashion choices.
Barr posted numerous inflammatory remarks, videos and articles about the Democratic presidential nominee this week.
The offer from the clearinghouse for hacked and leaked documents was made Tuesday on Twitter after one-time Trump adviser alleged Hillary Clinton was responsible for Seth Rich’s death.
Sen. Tom Cotton says emails on Clinton's private server about nuclear scientist who Iran announced had been executed show she's "careless."
There is still time to register to vote in any of the 50 states. The earliest state's deadline is October 1 and some states allow registration into November.
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"My thing is, ‘wow, as a human being how do you succeed?’ Don’t we all need to know how to succeed. This is a phenomenal story.”
Cyber security experts and US officials have said they believed Russia engineered the release of the emails to influence the Nov. 8 US presidential election.
In the biggest speech of her more than 25-year-old career in the public eye, Clinton accepted the Democratic presidential nomination for the Nov. 8 election.
Ambassador Dermer offered praise and thanks for the Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, who brokered a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas in Gaza while she was secretary of state.
But in 2016, the clichéd adage is finally true: This is the election of a lifetime.
The Jewish former mayor said that voters should get over their quips with the Democratic nominee out of love of country.
Jewish former Arizona congresswoman, shot in the head by an assailant in 2011, made an appearance at the Democratic National Convention.
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