Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Barack Obama are finally meeting face-to-face today, in an attempt to fix their fractured relationship.
369 members of the House of Reps (out of 435) signed a letter calling on Abbas to end incitement and inflammatory remarks about Israel that undermine peace.
Donald Trump retweeted and then quickly deleted an image of a Nazi flag alongside a photograph of fellow Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush.
After Rubio’s strong performance in Wednesday night’s Republican primary debate, many Americans are taking a second look at the U.S. senator from Florida.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed his government today, updating politicians and the world on efforts to calm tensions at the Temple Mount.
The first Democratic presidential debate focused on economic issues, though foreign policy differences emerged on how to handle the Middle East crisis.
Presidential candidates Hillary Rodham Clinton and Ted Cruz condemned the attacks on Israelis.
Speaker of the House U.S. Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) announced a surprise resignation from Congress on Friday.
According to a recent CNN poll, one percent of Americans believe that President Barack Obama is Jewish.
Obama and Netanyahu will discuss post-Iran nuclear deal strategies when they meet Nov. 9 in Washington, D.C.