Israeli acquaintances of Robert Mueller describe him as a decent man, likable and professional, one who makes no allowances for VIPs
Amir Oren, Senior correspondent and columnist
Amir Oren is a senior correspondent and columnist for Haaretz and a member of the newspaper's editorial board. He writes about defense and military affairs, the government and international relations.
Israel's prime minister is also under investigation for alleged misconduct, but unlike the U.S. president he can only rail against law enforcement
And all Israel has to do is declare what territories it intends on trading for the settlement blocs
U.S. spy agency marked Sharon as the next prime minister, forecast the Palestinian uprising and believed the settlements were reversible
The prime minister has thus far imposed bloody immobility with the Palestinians and Israel's other rivals - and doing nothing means eternal war
Both Washington and Jerusalem are laboring under serious leadership crises that will continue as long as Trump and Netanyahu keep at it
The U.S. warning to Israel before its airstrike on a Syrian air base earlier this month and Gen. James Mattis’ visit to Israel reflect the increasing trust between the two militaries
Some 1 million papers show what the U.S. knew, or didn't know, about Israeli leaders' health, IDF maneuvers and Moshe Dayan's celebrity status
While there's a gaping gulf between Bashar Assad, his murderous father and David Ben-Gurion, it's vital to remember what happened in 1948
The State Prosecutor's Office insists the Israeli public is not interested in whether the prime minister's wife pays compensation to former workers. But it would say that.