Michael S. Arnold
Netanyahu Keeps Coalition as Hawkish Rival Gets Back in Line
Pressure Builds on Israel's Netanyahu to Call Early Elections
Netanyahu stressed his long security background as he made the case for why he would keep the defense portfolio in his own hands.
Israel's Netanyahu Struggles to Stave Off Election Pressure
Israel Economic Growth Accelerates to 2.3% in Third Quarter
Israel Central Banker Wraps Up Her Term, With Praise and Regrets
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.
Senior Militant Among Six Palestinians Killed in Gaza
Israeli Spyware May Have Helped Khashoggi Killers, Snowden Says
Israel's Ehud Barak, Out of Politics, Turns to Medical Marijuana
Netanyahu Rejects Hamas Demand for Monthly Cash Payments
Rockets from Gaza hit Beersheba, fall in sea near Tel Aviv.
Israel Too Soft as Gaza on Brink of War, Netanyahu Foe Says
Netanyahu Says Iran Has Secret Warehouse for Nuclear Program
No Decision on Timing of U.S. Peace Plan Release, Bolton Says
Israel Launches Air Attacks in Gaza After Troops Come Under Fire
Palestinian Killed, Several Injured in Incident at Gaza Border
Israel and Hamas Gear Up for Day of Protests Along Gaza Border
BP Stakes $20 Million in Fast-Charging Battery Startup StoreDot
Palestinians accuse Israeli troops of firing indiscriminately at peaceful protesters who pose no threat.