Likud MKs Haskel and Glick to attend Trump inaugurationLikud MKs Sharren Haskel and Yehuda Glick may be first Israeli lawmakers ever to attend US Presidential inauguration.
Obama: UN abstention didn't cause rupture in ties with IsraelOutgoing president insists his abstention on UN Resolution 2334 did not trigger a significant crisis in relations with Israel.
'Trump family is close to the 'settlements''Mayor of Efrat invited to inauguration of Donald Trump, says President-elect likely not behind invitation.
MK Oren: We do not depend on the USMK Michael Oren tells students at pre-IDF academy that Israel must rely on itself despite importance of alliance with US.
'Obama's presidency will go into the dustbin of history'Despite being a longtime Democrat, Professor Alan Dershowitz has scathing criticism of Obama's conduct vis-a-vis Israel.
Bennett: How dare anyone call the land of Israel occupied?Education Minister clarifies on CNN: Jews have lived in Judea and Samaria for thousands of years, and they aren't going anywhere.
Ambassador Shapiro: US was not behind anti-Israel UN resolutionUS ambassador to Israel says US never colluded with PA to pass anti-Israel UN resolution.
PM: US-Israel alliance remains strongPM tells graduates of pilots course US-Israel relationship strong and enduring despite dispute with Obama Administration.
Official: Israel asked Trump to talk to ObamaSenior Israeli official says the government reached out to Trump for help in pressuring Obama to veto UN Security Council resolution.
Obama planned to abstain on anti-Israel resolutionDiplomats say the United States was planning to abstain on UN resolution condemning Israeli “settlement building”.
Trump will be 'pro-Israel', most Israelis believeSome 83 percent of Israelis believe that President-elect Donald Trump will be a "pro-Israel president," according to a new poll.
MK Shai: Knesset Caucus promotes US-Israel relationsUS-Israel Caucus Chairman Nachman Shai, in interview, affirms the importance of supporting relations with American Jewish communities.
Israelis still lining up to visit Trump’s AmericaIsraeli tourists still want to visit America after the election of Donald Trump, despite some Americans wanting to move to Canada.
Kerry to Netanyahu: We need to protect the two-state solutionPrime Minister Netanyahu meets Secretary of State, who highlights his country's concern over the security of the region.
Republican senators seek to give Israel more in defense aidSenators Graham, Ayotte, McCain and Cruz say they want to add a measure giving Israel an additional $1.5 billion in military aid.
Netanyahu: Israel will remain neutral in U.S. electionPrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu stresses Israel will avoid any intervention on behalf of any candidate in the American election.
Netanyahu hails partnership with the United StatesNetanyahu thanks the United States for its friendship with Israel but also for “making the world a much better place”.
Rivlin: We're committed to relations with the United StatesPresident Reuven Rivlin speaks at Fourth of July celebration at the home of Ambassador Dan Shapiro.
Israeli official optimistic about American aid agreementIsraeli official says gaps between United States and Israel on military aid package are not significant.
House approves defense aid to Israel despite veto threatHouse of Representatives passes defense spending bill which includes $635.7 million for U.S.-Israel missile defense programs.
MK Dichter to leftist MKs: Stop the hystericsLikud MK Avi Dichter urges leftists to calm down over dispute with the Americans on missile defense aid.
American officials: Missile aid should be part of new dealOfficials in Washington explain the White House's objection to Congressional proposal to increase funding for Israeli missile defense.
Trump: Sometimes Obama supports Muslims more than IsraelRepublican presidential candidate criticizes Obama when asked to clarify comments that the president identifies with radical Muslims.
Trump: We must strengthen ties with IsraelRepublican presidential candidate says the United States must ensure Israel's security.
Israeli-founded companies brought $9.3 billion to MassachusettsStudy finds companies founded by Israelis spurring significant economic growth in the state, outpacing overall state economy.
Rice promises Israel 'largest military aid package in history'Speaking to American Jews in Washington, Obama's security advisor promises extensive military aid to Israel in new package.
Former Ambassador Bolton: Rhetoric is cheap, action is realFormer UN Ambassador says the candidates in the election must make clear their commitment to Israel's security.
Sanders: We need to take the Palestinians into account tooDemocratic presidential candidate says he supports Israel’s right to exist, but stresses the Palestinians must also be considered.
US, Egypt discuss reviving Mideast peace talksKerry indicated support for Egypt-brokered talks in visit earlier this month.
Dennis Ross: Obama consciously distanced himself from IsraelObama’s former Middle East advisor criticizes Obama administration's attitude towards Israel.
'Ya'alon leaving won't affect US aid to Israel'Washington to give Israel 'the biggest aid package in US history' regardless of who replaces Ya'alon.
Lapid: Israel should sign MoU with Washington nowYesh Atid chairman urges the government not to wait until after Obama leaves office to sign agreement on defense aid.
US dodges key questions on Israel-PA relationsWhite House representative declines to commit over Paris peace talks conference, implies support for BDS in cryptic briefing.
Kerry won't say if US to attend Paris peace talks conferenceUS Secretary of State insists Washington 'supportive' of French initiative forcing Israeli concessions, but refuses to commit.
Danon: PA, not Israel, rejecting peace talksIsrael on alert amid possibility of French-brokered talks, but note lack of leadership purely on PA side.
Senior US official: Senate letter on Israel won't change a thingLetter signed by 83 senators to urge more aid to Israel won't change anything in practice, senior official claims.
MK: State Dept. criticism causes Palestinians to avoid talksMK Michael Oren says American criticism of Israel weakens the confidence of Israelis and also causes the PA to avoid peace talks.
Ex-ambassador: Obama 'fabricated' diplomatic crises with IsraelEx-ambassador Oren blames 'fabricated' crises created by Obama administration for icy relations between Israel and Washington.
White House appears surprised that Netanyahu canceled visitWhite House spokesman says the Americans learned from the media that Netanyahu is canceling his visit.
Poll: Americans back Israel, divided on PA statehoodGallup poll shows widest gap in views of Israel to be political, not religious or generational.
Trump: I'm Israel's best friendSpeaking to Israeli newspaper Israel Hayom, Republican frontrunner says his friendship with Israel is stronger than any other candidate's.
Kerry urges signing security MOU with Israel ASAPNetanyahu said has it’s unclear whether the countries will reach agreement during Obama’s term.
Congress moves to 'boost Israel ties, hammer BDS'New resolution to be raised Wednesday demands Obama invest in Israeli technologies, in a slap in the face to boycott movement.
Israel renews import of kosher meat from the USFollowing a decade of no US meat imports, Israel to renew bringing in kosher meat from the country.
US insists new bid for Israeli-Arab peace not on the agendaUS State Dept. denies reports John Kerry traveling soon to Israel to broker new peace talks with Palestinians.
'As we defend ourselves, we do not stand alone'PM thanks Obama for his commitment to 'bolster Israel's security' over next decade in recorded remarks at Washington Holocaust ceremony.
NYT editorial praises US envoy's criticism of IsraelThe New York Times accuses Israel of trying to 'preclude a Palestinian state,' says its response to Shapiro's critiques were 'unfair.'
Netanyahu meets with Biden, Kerry in DavosDespite tension over 'settlements' this week, Israeli PM has 'friendly' meeting with US VP; two discuss Mideast security and strategy.
Congressman demands Kerry reject US envoy's criticism of IsraelPeter Roskam says Dan Shapiro's 'troubling' remarks will only serve to 'empower' those who seek to 'delegitimize and marginalize' Israel.
State Department backs Shapiro's criticism of IsraelState Department spokesman says there was "nothing new" in Ambassador Shapiro's critique of Israeli policy in Judea and Samaria.
PM's Office: US ambassador's remarks are 'unacceptable'Netanyahu's office blasts Dan Shapiro's attempt to fault 'settlements' for stalemate with Palestinians, asserts PA incitement to blame.
US ambassador sparks clash with 'settlements' criticismUS envoy to Israel attacks 'settlement' building, accuses Jewish state of 'two standards of rule of law' in Judea and Samaria.
Justice Minister tells US to butt out of Israeli legislationShaked asserts 'no cause' for US concerns over her NGO Transparency Law, as Israel is a 'strong democracy.'
US renews push to derail Shaked's NGO Transparency LawIn meeting with Justice Minister, US envoy expresses 'government's concerns' over bill requiring NGOs to declare foreign funding.
Trump: Spying on allies? I'm open to the possibilityTrump responds to report that Obama spied on Netanyahu, says he wouldn't rule that out if it make the United States great.
House Intelligence chair to probe NSA spying on NetanyahuRep. Devin Nunes says his committee will look into report that the NSA spied on Netanyahu after it was supposed to limit such activities.
Report: Obama spied on Netanyahu after NSA reformsWall Street Journal reveals the United States intercepted Netanyahu's calls in order to monitor his campaign against the Iran deal.