Israeli president declines invitation to meet Obama
Talks between two presidents' offices had intensified in recent days, but Rivlin eventually had to decline, citing scheduling conflict.
In an exclusive column, Jewish journalist Damian Pachter reveals why he decided to come to Israel.
Thousands of devout African-Americans cheered for the Israeli president at the start of his U.S. visit; Rivlin wowed in return.
Last week, Alberto Nisman, who accused Argentina’s president of a cover-up in the probe of Iran over the 1994 deadly Jewish center blast was found dead hours before testifying to Congress on the accusations.