As Gaza boils and Netanyahu balks, Lieberman, one of the premier's main rivals on the right, is demanding a tough response by Israel. Meanwhile, their colleagues on the center-left are looking for a savior
Democrats Abroad Israel are ramping up their get-out-the-vote activities on the Israeli street, hoping every vote count in the effort to take back the House. Republicans are missing from the scene, and say they won't 'reveal their original methods'
Security officials from Cairo return to the Strip to meet again with Hamas chief Haniyeh as part of final effort to head off regional escalation, fearing Friday's activities would trigger a harsh Israeli response
Is the secular Jewish socialism of a pre-war mass movement opposed to Zionism really coming back from oblivion? A small kernel of young, idealistic Jews think it’s the answer to today’s Jewish identity crisis. This is why they’re wrong
Several strangers cross paths at a derelict roadside motel in a time-jumping, twist-filled movie that cleverly deconstructs and remakes its genre. But what’s the message?