PM to demand Pollard be allowed to come to IsraelPrime Minister Netanyahu will ask President Trump to waive Jonathan Pollard's parole conditions and allow him to immigrate to Israel.
Netanyahu's special request from British PMPrime Minister Netanyahu asked his British counterpart to stop funding extreme left-wing organization Breaking the Silence.
Yair Netanyahu testifies in prime minister's investigationYair Netanyahu, prime minister's son, testified in connection with investigation of PM on suspicion of receiving benefits from businessmen.
Netanyahu welcomes Azerbaijan Jewish childrenPM Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara met with members of the Azerbaijan Jewish community at the Or Avner Chabad Day School.
Prime Minister contracts flu, postpones meetingsPrime Minister Netanyahu is suffering from flu and postponed the cabinet meeting scheduled for today.
Attorney General opens police enquiry into submarine purchaseAttorney General decides to open police enquiry over IDF submarine purchase
PM: 'Best Response to Assault is Conscript Increase'PM Netanyahu: "We will crack down on anyone who tries to terrorize civilians who are trying to fulfill duty to the state."
Netanyahu: Israel is a Bright Star of FreedomPrime Minister issues message for Independence Day, stressing Israel's liberal democracy.
Netanyahu: Obama Visit Emphasizes US-Israel AlliancePM Netanyahu calls upcoming Obama trip "a very important visit that will emphasize the strong alliance between Israel and the U.S."
Lieberman Plans Quick Divorce from NetanyahuThe Likud-Israel Beyteinu party is dropping in the polls, and now Lieberman looks forward to disbanding the day after elections.
Rami Levy Marketing NetanyahuSupermarket chain owner Rami Levy reveals he rejected offers to run as MK. He says a stronger Netanyahu will be better for everyone.
Netanyahu to Take over Post of Foreign MinisterPrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu also will be the Foreign Minister after Lieberman's resignation takes effect. His deputy will be Ayalon.
Netanyahu Goes to Germany to Defend the FortNetanyahu is in Berlin to make the case against charges that building plans will torpedo a PA state. "Media madness" against Israel.
Video: Netanyahu to Jewish GA: Next Year in JerusalemNetanyahu appeals to all of the delegates at the Federation GA in Baltimore to attend next year’s convention in Jerusalem.
Microsoft Boss in Israel for ‘Cloud” Co-Op PactMicrosoft director Steve Ballmer meets with Netanyahu on his fourth trip to Israel, this time to discuss cooperation on cloud technology.
Confirmed: Bibi Shelving Pro-Settlement ReportSources say Netanyahu is burying the pro-settlement Levy report for ‘diplomatic reasons.’ US elections may be a factor.
Thomas Friedman Beats Israel Black and Blue over Red LinesThomas Friedman takes aim at his favorite whipping boys, Israel and Netanyahu, whom he accused of not accepting the “Green Line.”
Report: Netanyahu and Obama to Meet as West Deploys in GulfObama and Netanyahu will meet in an unannounced meeting, the London Telegraph reported Sunday. There has been no confirmation.
Comedy Hour at State Dept. on Iran and IsraelThe US says there are two diplomacies – public and private. Israel is “private” when it comes to red lines apparently. But Iran is public.
Report of New Iranian Nuclear Work Backs Up Israel’s ClaimsA report of new intelligence that Iran is moving closer to nuclear capability strengthens Israel’s position and is bad timing for Obama.
Netanyahu Stands Up to Obama, Demands Red Lines“The world does not put red lines before Iran and therefore has no moral right to put red lines before Israel,” Netanyahu declares.
Apples and Honey Sweeten Cabinet MeetingPrime Minister Netanyahu and Cabinet dipped apples in honey as a sign for a sweet New Year for Israel at their meeting on Sunday.
‘Red Lines for Iran Can Prevent War,’ Says NetanyahuThe sooner the West draws a red line for Iran, “the greater the chances that we won't need other types of action,” says Netanyahu.
Bibi Tells IDF: Protect Israel from Hizbullah Missile AttackNetanyahu takes Hizbullah threats seriously, orders the IDF to protect energy facilities, targeted in Second Lebanon War.
Analysis: Bibi Beating Obama at Political ChessIran and Israel are the last items Obama wants as election issues, but Netanyahu so far is forcing his hand and may have nothing to lose.
‘World Failing to Draw Red Lines on Iran,’ Says NetanyahuThe world is failing to draw a "clear red line" for Iran over its nuclear programs, Netanyahu told the weekly Cabinet meeting Sunday.
Ex-High Court Judge: Attacking Iran Dangerous to IsraelFormer High Court Judge Winograd is the latest public figure to pontificate on Iran. “An attack would “risk Israel’s future,” says.
PM to Address UN General Assembly in NY; Counter 'Blood Libels'Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has decided to address the UN General Assembly next month in New York.
‘Security Wall Would Divide Gush Etzion’Netanyahu promises Gush Etzion he will “review” plans for a billion dollar separation wall that would physically split the region.
Efrat Protesters Won’t Let Bibi Forget MigronWomen in Green activists are “greeting” Netanyahu Monday with support for Migron, which he has let down by not fighting its destruction.
Son of Mumbai Terror Victims Joins 2 Million at SchoolMoshe Holtzberg miraculously survived the Mumbai terror attack in 2008. Today, he starts Grade One, joining 2 million other children.
USA Today: Americans Should Follow Israel and Debate War PlansNetanyahu is correct in preparing Israel for war, and Americans should wake up and talk about the Iranian threat, USA Today said.
PA Incitement Index Climbs despite Oslo AccordsPA incitement against Israel has climbed dramatically and is a reminder to the world whom “we are dealing with," says Netanyahu
Iran May Be Reason for New Cabinet Powers for BibiNetanyahu wants the Cabinet to agree to give him more power over decision-making. A possible attack on Iran may be reason.
Obama Pitches Curve Ball Fix to ‘Baseball Bat’ ErrorTurkey called foul ball on picture of Obama with a baseball bat while calling Erdogan. Shades of Obama’s “feet-on-the-table” call to Bibi.
Rumsfeld Backs Netanyahu: Sanctions not EnoughNetanyahu is totally correct: Sanctions won’t work, and Israel will not tell the US of plans to attack Iran, says Donald Rumsfeld.
Poll Shows Americans Like NetanyahuPrime Minister Netanyahu, whose rating in Israel has slipped slightly, enjoys a favorable image in a recent poll in the United States.
US Senator Tweets 'Disappointed' in BBC's Olympics CoverageRepublican Senator Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) sided with Israel in criticizing the BBC for refusing to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.