The big domestic story of the year is the ongoing investigations into Netanyahu.
There was booing from the crowd every time Netanyahu referred to the "fake new media."
Creating permanent Iranian military bases in Syria would cross a red line.
He remained silent, despite the Nazis flags and shouts of 'Jews will not replace us.'
People across the globe no longer trust the word of an American president who makes up his own facts.
Israelis can be seen reading Yisrael Hayom, handed out on corners and at every coffee shop, train and bus station.
The Temple Mount attack has spurred a spate of vicious attacks on both sides
The attack from the Temple Mount, or in Arabic al-Haram al-Sharif, is a game changer.
While the opposition elects an outsider, Netanyahu insiders face corruption charges.
Netanyahu requested that the entire cabinet come to the airport to welcome him.
Netanyahu's message to diaspora Jews: You no longer have a seat at the table.
Protests against the city's gay pride celebrations are way off the mark.
Fifty years after the Israelis routed a joint Arab force, peace remains elusive.
The sight of an American president at the Western Wall was a powerful image for most Israelis.
As he heads to Jerusalem, Trump endangers a Mossad agent and dashes hopes of peace.
Both Trump and Netanyahu are already under a cloud of investigations and suspicion.
Extremists on both sides, Israeli and Palestinian, have made "peace" a dirty word.
Netanyahu claimed that if the Allies had attacked the death camps, they could have saved 4 million Jews.
Despite his "America first" rhetoric, Trump understands that the US has a unique responsibility in the world.
If Trump does nothing, Israel should punish the Syrian tyrant.
Greenblatt, an Orthodox Jew, turns out to be the consummate negotiator.
Corruption charges, a broadcasting dispute and a tricky Trump.
Trump called Netanyahu as the Israeli premier was being interrogated by police.