Critics of the Iran nuclear accord don't appear to have enough votes to override Barack Obama's veto.
Some are calling on Netanyahu to stop waging a rearguard action that harms Israel's interests.
The Israeli premier's strident alarmism has failed to offer an alternative that would improve Israel's safety.
The battle may determine the fate of the president's signature foreign policy achievement.
"The strange inspection arrangement in the agreement will allow the Iranians to lie and cheat."
A year after the Gaza war, the Israeli government admits that two citizens are missing there.
Foreign ministers from Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia arrived Sunday to make a push to meet Tuesday's deadline for an Iranian nuclear agreement.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said a forthcoming United Nations war crimes investigation was a waste of time.
The pontiff has agreed to sign a treaty recognizing the state of Palestine.
Ayelet Shaked was given extra guards after social media threats and mock images of her in SS uniform.
At the eleventh hour, Netanyahu cobbles together just enough votes to form a government.
Prime minister's Likud party continuing negotiations with far-right and ultra-Orthodox groups after winning March election.
Hacker collective strikes dozens of Israeli websites but fails to hinder government's online presence.
Convincing Congress to accept the Iran nuclear framework agreement will be a daunting political challenge for Obama.
Netanyahu has not yet publicly commented on the matter.
Israeli PM tells cabinet of a "Iran-Lausanne-Yemen axis" threatening humanity.
The Congressional Black Caucus may decide whether Obama's critics nix a nuclear deal with Iran.
Even among those who despaired about the Likud victory, the American reaction seems too much.
Europe's nationalist parties are rushing to support formerly reviled Israel as an ally against the 'scourge' of Islamisation.