Why the self-proclaimed leader of the Jewish world couldn't bring himself to come out against Trump's defense of the Charlottesville Nazis
Analysis Like a Mafia Movie: Ministers Swore Allegiance to Boss Netanyahu While His Wife Called Out 'Traitors'
Critics who said Netanyahu should go because of his Temple Mount flip-flop and limited settlement construction have embraced him once again after recognizing their true enemy: The left
Analysis Wild, Inciting, Inflammatory: Netanyahu's Trump-style Rally Was a Preview of Israel's Next Election
As police go after him, Netanyahu goes after left, media, reprising his old, dependable strategy for fending off trouble
Long years in power made Netanyahu overconfident, but his careless acts show he lost control of the brakes. Still, his departure is not around the corner
What was so far only implied has now become official: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is suspected of bribery ■ Netanyahu's former chief of staff Ari Harow kept evidence for a rainy day; his state's witness deal is a game changer
With undying support for Elor Azaria, who killed a wounded Palestinian assailant, the PM panders to right-wing voters despite the judges' harsh appeal ruling
Although Netanyahu finally did the right thing on the Temple Mount, the damage was done. Will the capitulation push his supporters over the edge?
After his return from Paris and Budapest, the prime minister had to make a big decision on metal detectors at the site, while his eternal rival on the right Naftali Bennett made sure the process would be agonizing
The Netanyahus head to Paris as their confidants are interrogated in various cases ■ How Avi Gabbay managed to pull off an unprecedented Labor primary win
Like Trump and Macron, Gabbay overtook his party's 'old guard' and could upset Israel's entire political balance. Should Netanyahu be concerned?