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Olmert in Jerusalem Magistrates Court, May 25, 2015.

Analysis | Prison or not, Olmert was let off easy

The court ordered 8 months in jail and a fine of 100,000 shekels – less than the sum he received illegally in envelopes from the American tycoon.

Netanyahu, Gold and Arafat during a meeting in the Gaza Strip, 1997.

Netanyahu names rightist ally Dore Gold as FM chief

U.S.-born Gold, a former UN envoy, served as the prime minister's political adviser.

Rabbi Shlomo Riskin

Liberal-minded rabbi who irked rabbinate faces ouster

Officially, the Rabbinate says the problem is technical, but it's known that American-born Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, chief rabbi of Efrat, holds liberal attitudes on conversion and women's rights that have irked the ruling rabbinical body.

U.S. soldiers leave Iraq.

Will frustrated veterans play a role in U.S. election?

This Memorial Day, 2016 presidential candidates ought to remember that veterans have long memories. Just ask John Kerry.