The stakes couldn't be higher as Israel's prime minister comes to Washington. But is Obama ready to go all in?
A peek inside the bag Knesset member Michael Ben-Ari schleps to work each day in Jerusalem.
The Middle East's real problem is poverty, not politics, says Israel's president.
The Iranian nuclear threat will challenge Obama and Netanyahu's sometimes-rocky relationship like never before.
Meet Murad Muwafi, the most important man in Egypt you’ve never heard of.
Can the thriving Palestinian economy survive as millions of U.S. aid dollars slow to a trickle?
A series of CIA memos describes how Israeli Mossad agents posed as American spies to recruit members of the terrorist organization Jundallah to fight their covert war against Iran.
Meet the weaker countries that will suffer from American decline.
What should America do about the Arab Spring? Not much.
Could the hard-line Palestinian group abandon Damascus for Qatar -- and in so doing lay a foundation for a détente with Israel?
From reciprocal nuclear reductions to making nice with Iran, 5 bold moves that could change the world.
In their race to be elected, the GOP presidential candidates are confusing what country they're running for: Israel or the United States.
From the fall of Ahmadinejad, Assad, Castro, and Chavez to the rise of cyberattacks -- the top 13 stories that could dominate the headlines in 2012.
The Republican presidential hopefuls have a pretty clear idea of who they think America's enemies are. But what about its friends?
A tour inside the self-proclaimed Party of God's museum celebrating the Israeli withdrawal from southern Lebanon.
Five reasons that Israel and the United States might want to think long and hard about preemptively striking Iran's nuclear facilities.
Israel and post-Mubarak Egypt have proven that they can work together on matters of mutual interest. Washington and Jerusalem should seize the opportunity for more cooperation.
Sorry, folks: There's no wider significance to the Gilad Shalit prisoner swap. Middle East peace is as far away as ever.
What's the link between the plot to bomb the Saudi ambassador and the Gilad Shalit release deal? Iran's looking weak -- and that's scary.
A tumultuous year, told through the scrawls and murals of the people living through it.
Despite all avowals to the contrary, Bibi's never wanted peace with Palestine. And he may well have created an Israel that now agrees with him.
Five things that Palestine could do to push forward the quest for statehood.
For years, even Israelis have known that Palestine is a state. And pretending it's not at the U.N. is misreading history.