Trump's path to the presidency may not be paved, but it is already marked on the map.
The prime minister’s initiative to meet both contenders comes at same time that Sheldon Adelson ups the ante in support of the GOP candidate
Right wing Israelis are willing to turn a blind eye to Netanyahu’s declarations, as long as they see he’s winking himself.
Their father the president would have gotten along famously with a visionary like Shimon Peres or a risk-taker like Ehud Barak.
'A nation ringed by walls will only imprison itself,' the president said, and our analysts explained, without a hint of self-irony, that he meant Donald Trump.
In a tight race, American Jewish votes in battleground states such as Pennsylvania, Florida and even Georgia could prove critical.
Though he continues to justify his all-out onslaught against the U.S. president and the Iran deal, Netanyahu isn’t brave enough to admit there’s no such thing as a free lunch.
American Jews fear the undercurrents of bigotry and resentment exposed in Trump’s tribal campaign.
The Republican candidate’s emphasis on Clinton’s ‘deplorables’ remark evokes a similar ploy once used by Menachem Begin to win elections.
The Democratic candidate’s pneumonia diagnosis won’t erase the disturbing images of her knees buckling out from under her.