The Israeli prime minister is suspected of receiving gifts from businessmen.
May's spokesman said that Israel had coped for too long with the threat of terrorism and that focusing only on the settlements was not the best way to achieve peace between Jew and Arab.
Israel is still fuming over the resolution approved last Friday by the United Nations Security Council that demands an end to settlement activity.
Netanyahu is already maneuvering to mine deep-seated feelings among many Israelis that their country and its policies are overly criticized.
"We're prepared to take in wounded women and children, and also men if they are not combatants..."
Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu must seize this moment in order to enhance Israel's security and strategic interests.
The Israeli prime minister supports a measure that would legalize Israeli settlement homes on private Palestinian land in the West Bank.
Republican candidate's promise to Benjamin Netanyahu would be a dramatic shift in U.S. policy on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Peres has been an advocate of closer ties between Israelis and Palestinians.
Washington had described the Israeli leader's claim regarding settlement removal as "inappropriate."
Substance of the inquiry is unclear but justice ministry says the prime minister isn't facing a criminal probe.
Israel's only Ethiopian parliamentarian is upset Netanyahu did not meet with Ethiopian Jews.
The Israeli Prime Minister's visit caused chaos on Nairobi's roads.
The Israeli leader has rejected the reports as "nonsense."
The settlements are largely considered illegal by the international community.
Russia and Israel's relations may be reaching an all-time high. Here is why.
An exhibition of 150 submissions is now up in the Iranian capital, as Germany, Israel, UNESCO and others condemn the contest.
Badreddine oversaw the Lebanese military group's operations in support of the Syrian regime.
Deputy military chief says he's 'finding signs' of the 'nauseating processes that occurred in Europe...back then' in Israel today.
Israel's ambassador accused the U.N. of "ignoring the reality in the Middle East."
The Israeli PM told Putin the issue was a "red line" for his country.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seeks "immediate punitive steps" by world powers.