Israelis felt that when they left Gaza, they became free to retaliate against rocket attacks. Not so, says the U.N.
A week of threats from foreign companies—and a senior politician accused of pimping—ends with good news.
Both are discriminated against—and both have suffered. But the Israeli-Palestinian dispute is about territory.
Was the Hamas rocket that landed 30 miles south of Tel Aviv a rogue or the first of many?
At the eleventh hour, Netanyahu cobbles together just enough votes to form a government.
Israelis find themselves criticized for helping earthquake victims in Nepal while ignoring the humanitarian disaster on their doorstep.
On Memorial Day, Israelis wonder whether their children and grandchildren will also face hostile neighbors.
Even among those who despaired about the Likud victory, the American reaction seems too much.
Pollsters and the “Tel Aviv bubble” underestimated Netanyahu’s political skills.
With a week to go before polling, Netanyahu’s opponent Herzog noses ahead.
Netanyahu’s address to Congress is seen as a distracting sideshow.
Paul Begala is expected to focus Yitzhak Herzog’s campaign on the economy.
In the run-up to Israel's general election in March, all sides are suffering from a string of damaging accusations.
An interview with a rising star of Israeli politics.
Where does the Islamist killing spree leave Jews living in France?
Will the accusations of corruption alter the election result?
Small parties strike bargains and forge pacts ahead of the election.
"No party will prosper if it champions a peace deal with the Palestinians," writes Marc Schulman.