The celebration this week over the end of Pollard’s parole reminded some officials of a less known incident in 1998
With the government shutdown, Russia investigation, and calls for his removal, Trump is far from the first president to deliver the annual speech during a crisis
Hillary Clinton says the letter made her cry, when she first read it back then and again when she heard Bush was gone
Lewinsky claimed she agreed with the Israel Television News Company that Bill Clinton questions were 'off limits'. The Company denied such an agreement had existed
Now an activist and public speaker, the former White House intern walked off the stage after one question
Review Is the Israeli PM in Love With the U.S. President? Sure Looks Like It in Bill Clinton’s New Thriller
Co-written with James Patterson, ‘The President is Missing’ is certainly not missing sycophantic praise of Israel and awkward sexual tension between a widowed U.S. leader and a made over version of Golda Meir
The speech will be his first public appearance at an event related to Israel since leaving the White House last January
Why Trump’s tweet on 'military solutions are now fully in place' is much more worrying than his 'fire and fury' remark
Betsy DeVos has met with anti-feminist organizations fighting 'false accusations' and called for reexamining the policy requiring universities to investigate rape charges
Americans on left and right were broken into believing democracy equals plutocracy – by Obama, Bushes and Clintons
In First Appearance Since Election, Bill Clinton Talks of Missed Opportunities for Israeli-Palestinian Peace
At Brookings Institution event commemorating Yitzhak Rabin, Clinton praised the late Israeli prime minister, saying that there could have been a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians if Rabin hadn't been killed in 1995.
Ahead of his first meeting with President Donald Trump, a look at the memorable moments from Benjamin Netanyahu's previous meetings with U.S. presidents.
Former ambassadors Martin Indyk and Dan Kurtzer tell Haaretz how a move of the embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv is a lot easier to broach on the campaign trail.
Marc Rich worked for the Mossad while also doing business with world despots. Giuliani and Comey were on his tail before Bill Clinton pardoned him in his last hours in the White House. He may be the cornerstone on which Hillary Clinton's opponents built her corrupt image.
'I know we have still not shattered that hardest, highest glass ceiling, but someday someone will,' Clinton says in first speech since loss.
Comey was on a global hunt for Marc Rich, who helped the Mossad and did business with Iran. And then President Clinton left office.
Publication follows bureau chief's decision to investigate more emails in probe of Hillary Clinton's use of a private email system, a move that could damage her chances in next week's election.
Hillary Clinton's husband adds that Americans should 'disagree the way Israelis do' and that 'this is about tikkun olam,' referring to the Jewish concept of repairing the world.
Trump’s tax dodging and the Clintons’ enriching themselves augur poorly if this is the best that American democracy can produce.
In an email from 2012, a senior foundation official informs colleagues that a planned donation by Qatar's government to mark Bill Clinton's birthday came up in a meeting he had with the Gulf state's ambassador.
Not for Donald Trump's hardcore supporters, who’d vote anyone or anything, including a dead plant, to prevent Clinton’s election.
Israeli politicians speaking at the funeral – first and foremost the prime minister – failed to mention Palestinian President Abbas, who showed courage and humanity by attending. Author Amos Oz was the only one to bring up Oslo, melting the schmaltz that the speakers before him piled on.
Video circulates of Obama urging Clinton on board Air Force One for the flight back to the U.S.
Obama’s presidential farewell to Peres managed to echo, without imitating, the eulogy Bill Clinton made for Rabin more than two decades ago.
World leaders reflect on Shimon Peres' decades-long political career dominated by Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The best eulogies were those that addressed not only what Peres had accomplished, but also what remains left to be done.
While reciting the prayer with her brothers, daughter Tzvia Walden inserts 'and for all humankind' to the ultra-Orthodox wording - adding a universal twist to the traditional mourning prayer.
Clinton recalls how Peres was once asked what he wants his legacy to be: ' I'm more concerned about tomorrow than yesterday,' the former Israeli president responded.
Bill Clinton joins the thousands of people from all over the country who came to bid farewell to Shimon Peres, the late Israeli statesman.
Gennifer Flowers, a former paramour of Bill Clinton, appears to accept Trump's invitation, extended as a threat after Clinton supporter Mark Cuban says he will sit on front row for debate.