Reactions to the Israeli intelligence revelations ranged from "ding-dong the deal is dead" to "nothing to see here, move along people."
The U.S.—with Israeli encouragement—appears to be stepping away from the JCPOA, while Iran and the other signatories try to save it.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was granted the power to go to war with only his defense chief's approval in "extreme situations."
The prime minister says he has "exact copies" of Iran's atomic archive.
Israel's prime minister suspended a deal with the U.N. refugee agency to resettle African asylum seekers.
Ahmad Tibi may have the demographic advantage in any one-state solution.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suffered from "high fever and coughs" due to strep throat complications, according to his doctor.
For decades, U.S. presidents have been unable to broker a long-term settlement between Israel and Palestine. Deal-maker Donald Trump would like to accomplish what his predecessors could not in this area, and administration officials say the plan will be unveiled soon.
Part of the unmanned aerial vehicle was recovered from the wreckage of an Iranian drone downed over Israel.
Poland's prime minister has been accused of "an inability to understand history" by Israeli leader Netanyahu.
Areas of Kushner's plan need further work, Tillerson said, adding that the president will decide when the plan is ready.
The peace deal "has its real estate elements," the Israeli prime minister said.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the president "did a great service for peace" by deciding to move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
They possibly related to the purchase of "milligrams" of drugs as well as "blunt" details about sexual acts.
Sadly for Yair, he was being recorded.
The announcement comes a week after the government pledged $72 million for a campaign aimed at dispelling the movement's claims.
Despite widespread criticism from abroad, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed "there will be others" moving embassies to Jerusalem.
Netanyahu and his family are suspected of accepting expensive gifts in return for political favors for several wealthy donors, including the Hollywood producer and media magnate Arnon Milchan.
The planned demolition is part of Israel's larger plan to substantially expand its settlements throughout the West Bank.
Jews living in the U.S. live a "quite convenient life," claims deputy foreign minister Tzipi Hotovely.