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Despite new police recommendations to indict, Netanyahu has no intention or legal mandate to resign
The prime minister describes the charges as part of a conspiracy and denies all wrongdoing, giving no indication that he will voluntarily leave office, even if the recommendations are turned into indictments.
As history records it, President H.W. Bush was often at odds with Israeli leaders
In the flurry of praise and remembrance of the former president’s passing comes a discussion of contentious moments regarding Israel and America in the early 1990s.
Pipeline or pipe dream? How Israel has revved up access to natural gas
The East-Med project has been described as potentially the longest and deepest underwater pipeline in the world. And it could be a windfall for Israel, providing the backing comes through.
Netanyahu scrambles to stabilize a narrow coalition after calling Bennett’s bluff
Early elections remain a likely scenario if Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fails to stabilize his now-narrow coalition, following the resignation of Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman and a threat by Education Minister Naftali Bennett to bring down the government if he didn’t receive the vacant defense post.