After The View: July 21, 2016
"After The View": Melania Trump's speechwriter comes forward and Gwen Stefani says she is unlucky in love.
Former Hawaiian Governor on GOP's Unity in Supporting Israel
Linda Lingle took the stage at the Republican National Convention to call for new leadership on issues important to Jewish Americans.
Sheriff: 3 Dead, 1 Wounded in Washington State Shootings
The Clark County Sheriff's Office says a 35-year-old man suspected of killing three people near Woodland is in custody
Polish Official Criticized Over Jewish Massacre Remarks
Poland's education minister in the conservative government has sparked criticism for remarks she made about Polish responsibility for two massacres of Jews in the 1940s
Vatican Outlines Pope's Upcoming Trip to Georgia, Azerbaijan
The Vatican says Pope Francis will meet with Christian, Muslim and Jewish leaders during his Sept. 30-Oct
The Note: Mr. Trump Goes (Back) to Washington
NOTABLES --TRUMP FACES WARY REPUBLICANS: Nearly two months after his first visit Capitol Hill to charm the GOP, Donald Trump is returning to Washington today for meetings with rank-and-file members of Congress grappling with the potential down-ballot effects of his controversial presidential
Trump Says Newt Gingrich 'Is Going to Be Involved in Our Government'
Donald Trump stoked speculation about his potential vice presidential pick once again by giving Newt Gingrich a big shout out at a campaign event in Cincinnati tonight. "Newt has been my friend for a long time. And I'm not saying anything, and I'm not telling even Newt anything, but I can tell you,
Jared Kushner Defends Father-in-Law Donald Trump After Anti -Semitism Claims
Jared Kushner, who is married to Donald Trump's eldest daughter Ivanka, has come to his father-in-law's defense over claims that he is anti-Semitic. A 1,326-word op-ed that Kushner wrote for the newspaper that he owns is the latest in a back-and-forth with one of the reporters at his paper, The New
Top Administration Official Denounces 'Language of Hate' Permeating Election
A top official in the Obama administration denounced hate speech and discriminatory behavior in the United States at an event commemorating Holocaust Remembrance Day, calling on Americans to not let “the fear of the other” root itself in the U.S. "Hate speech has a friend in silence,” U.S. Commerce