After 12 years of rule, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s blatant corruption, scandals, and controversies seem to have finally spelled his demise.
He's calling his apparent loss “the fraud of the century” as his religious allies insist he’s still God’s anointed one and his enemies are getting death threats. Sound familiar?
With Bibi’s reign as Israel’s prime minister nearing its end, all eyes are on the controversial far-right tech tycoon set to take his place.
The prime minister has bounced back before, but a coalition of opponents say they finally have the power to boot him from office.
An Israeli air raid on a residential area of Gaza City early Sunday morning killed at least 42 people, marking the deadliest attack since the 2014 war.
With 26 Palestinians and 3 Israelis already killed in relentless rocket and airstrike exchanges, brazen declarations from both sides point to a grim week in the Holy Land.
Our would-be strongman is gone but if Israel’s clings to power, what’s left of a decades-long bond between the two countries isn’t likely to survive much longer.