Israeli parliament’s decision to trigger early elections April 9 means that Netanyahu will be running for re-election.
Netanyahu Turns to Pompeo in Jerusalem Embassy Campaign
Secretary of State Michael Pompeo said U.S. remains committed to Israel’s security and stability in the broader Middle East.
Netanyahu to Ask Pompeo to Slow Syria Pullback, Official Says
Bolsonaro to Move Brazil's Embassy to Jerusalem, Netanyahu Says
Netanyahu Says He Won’t Resign If Legal Hearing Begins Pre-Election
New York Hot Dog Rabbi to Make Qatar Kosher at World Cup
Israel's Little-Known Central Banker Lifts Veil on Priorities
Israel Sees Iran Moving Closer as Trump Clears the Way in Syria
Hezbollah Cross-Border Tunnels A ‘Double War Crime,’ Netanyahu Says
What's Next for Hezbollah After its Syria Adventure?
In Gaza, Maimed Legs Are a Badge of Honor—Until Reality Sets In
The Israeli prime minister beat back an attempted parliamentary mutiny and maintains his wide popular support.
As the Arab World Warms Up to Israel, a Synagogue Grows in Dubai
Israeli Police Say Netanyahu Took Bribes in Bezeq Case, Too
Reactor Sustaining Israeli Weapons Needs Overhaul, Expert Says
Why an Early Election Could Be Just What Netanyahu Needs
Why Gaza Is on the Verge of Another Meltdown
Gaza Border Quiets Down After Heaviest Fighting Since 2014
The clashes wiped efforts by Egypt, the UN to forge a sustainable cease-fire and ease dire humanitarian situation in strip.