Ex-general Gabi Ashkenazi’s appeal to right-wing voters could make the difference in the latest attempt by a center-left coalition to retake Israel’s government
Campaigning to become Israel’s next prime minister, Gantz represents something that Israelis love: a veteran soldier carrying an olive branch
From his role in curbing the Oslo Accords to his public-speaking prowess, the prime minister gives filmmakers fodder
What’s behind Netanyahu’s fresh legal troubles?
In a now-viral tape, the prime minister’s wife was caught singing—or screaming—her own praises
In an electric campaign rally, the embattled prime minister took on everything from fake news to his electoral prowess. Remind you of anyone?
Everyone’s favorite Twitter lunatic believes Bibi, the Mossad, and Chabad helped Russia steal the election for Donald Trump
What began as a delivery of bedroom furniture may end up as a major diplomatic crisis
Snoopy, she ain’t: Meet Kaya Netanyahu, the Prime Minister’s mouthy mutt who brought the Knesset back from summer vacation for a special urgent vote
It’s not security or the economy or even that speech to Congress. It’s about two competing visions of the Jewish state.
By boasting of enabling Iran’s bloody nuclear hopes, the Obama administration ushers in the age of Renfield and Dracula