For one thing, the President answered the kishka question -- the gut question -- pretty well.
Is this the most expensive Birthright trip ever staged?
Our advice columnist to the rescue
Tomorrow's speech could be the moment he pivots to the challenges of the peace process.
The president's mission, to charm the pants off Israelis, seems to be working -- so far.
Amid the social and political transformations reshaping the Middle East, can Jordan's Abdullah II, the region's most pro-American Arab leader, liberalize his kingdom, modernize its economy, and save the country from capture by Islamist radicals?
If the president had the time to himself, this is how he might spend it.
Here at Goldblog, we are keen to find the court records for this particular case.
...and the State Department and the White House have narrowly averted a moral and public relations disaster.
Egyptian activist Samira Ibrahim, who has battled against the Egyptian army's infamous "virginity tests," has a history of inflammatory tweets.
A statement from a spokesman for the Israeli embassy in Washington.
These bus lines are an embarrassment to Israel, but their establishment isn't significant beyond their obvious symbolism.
Why it's a stretch to think that he was threatening Bob Woodward
A non-Jewish Zionist from Wales writes about how he started out in the usual place -- loathing Israel -- and then came to something more complicated.
Just one woman links Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, and Bibi Netanyahu.
The alleged "Friends of Hamas" does not exist, but Ben Shapiro's call for forcible expulsion of Palestinians from the West Bank is very real.
The realist notion of "linkage," which was once championed by Defense Secretary nominee Chuck Hagel, doesn't stand up to scrutiny.