Netanyahu’s room to maneuver in Washington on the Palestinian issue has no doubt grown, but it is far from being the bonanza the settler lobby in Jerusalem was dreaming of.
Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman gets more control over a station he has been critical of, though the military has argued for the move for financial reasons.
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'If a quarter of the Strip is needed, then we occupy a quarter of the Strip. If more, then more,' Lieberman says.
Tank fire was in response to gunshots near border fence. In northern Israel IDF checks whether gunshots heard near Metulla was deliberate cross-border fire.
At press briefing, Press Secretary Spicer neither condemned nor supported an Israeli decision on 2,500 new settlement homes in West Bank.
Details emerge after Haaretz investigation revealed Arnon Milchan and Australian billionaire James Packer tried to recruit Yossi Cohen as a partner in a cybersecurity firm they planned to set up.
'Traditionally, militaries have been associated with smoking,' says one researcher, but that's no reason to offer soldiers discounted cigarettes at canteens.
Israeli author Yuval Yareach's 10-year journey to write 'The Silences' was complicated by the fact that he knew so little about what his grandmother lived through.
The president's executive orders are expected to temporarily restrict access to the United States for most refugees.
An American Southerner shares the story of how he learned for sure that he's gay; an Israeli yoga teacher explains how she survived in India without her suitcase.
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Overnight stays climbed two percent in 2016 to about 22.1 million, while average occupancy rates grew two percentage.