Thursday, September 21, 2017
Nearly one-quarter of the U.S. Senators signed on to a bipartisan letter urging President Barack Obama to support Israel around the world.
Poll shows Obama is stuck at the same mid-50s approval ratings he was registering in April, when US-Israel tensions were prominently featured in the news.
Ninth President of Israel Shimon Peres delivered a speech Monday at the Herzliya Conference and addressed pressing issues on the agenda.
Chris Christie, who may enter the 2016 presidential race, said the current administration has not taken its relationship with Israel seriously enough.
The newest Israeli government has officially taken its place.
Netanyahu met Tuesday with Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, who is widely expected to seek the GOP nomination in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
The Knesset placed security for incoming Justice Minister Shaked after incitement against her on social media, like a post depicting her in Nazi uniform.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu offered his congratulations to newly re-elected British Prime Minister David Cameron.
Netanyahu and his Likud party formed a coalition government with the religious Zionist Jewish Home party just two hours before the final deadline.
Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee—a vocal supporter of Israel—on Tuesday announced that he will run for president for a second time in 2016.


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