Netanyahu got his White House photo op with Trump, but few believe Israel’s sudden peace deals will save the PM from the crises engulfing him at home.
‘Chris was simultaneously the most glamorous and adventurous person who’d ever walked among us.’
The way an alleged gangster retrieved his stallion tells us a lot about vital Israeli-Palestinian security cooperation now threatened by plans to annex parts of the West Bank.
Israel's longest serving prime minister looked like he was down for the count after a third inconclusive election. But no. Here's how he outmaneuvered his rivals.
Terrorists used to use women (real or imagined) to lure Israeli soldiers to their doom. Now what they're after is the soldiers' phones.
Despite the applause in Washington, the most likely scenario is for escalating tensions in the Holy Land leading to a possible violent Palestinian counter reaction.
He’s bragging about attacks in Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq, dissing Arab citizens and the press, and promising to annex much of the West Bank. Whatever it takes to hold on.
PM Netanyahu may bar two members of the House critical of Israel. But a disaster on the horizon was created by Trump and members of Congress who call themselves Israel's friends.
We’re looking at the new face of cyber-ops in our hyperconnected, digitized world. It too often resembles the real thing. And it looks like Iranians are pretty good at it.
Israel's headed for new elections after Trump-buddy Netanyahu failed to form a government. Kushner’s peace plan was dead on arrival anyway, and for now there’s no Israeli partner.