Yesterday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave President Obama a copy of the book of Esther.
The Washington Monthly wins the award for most pungent description of the argument that an Iran with nuclear weapons would be highly dangerous.
When a 43-year-old man dies of an apparent heart attack, you look for something extraordinary that might help to explain it.
Obama, Romney says, should declare that "we are considering military options" and "they're not just on the table--they are in our hand."
But he wasn't released because Israeli authorities have admitted that the charges against him are false.
The best truly new, even radical, idea on the Iran front comes from Richard Haass, president of CFR, and Michael Levi, a senior fellow there.
Palestinian activist Fadi Quran's day in court
Palestinian activist Fadi Quran was arrested at a West Bank demonstration, put in a prison near Ramallah, and charged with pushing an Israeli soldier.
What happens when tech journalists have a stake in the companies they cover?
Amid little fanfare, Senators Joseph Lieberman, Lindsey Graham, and Robert Casey introduced a resolution that would move America further down the path toward war with Iran.
At least I think it's amazing, given Gingrich's current position on Israel. The anecdote is from 1998, but apparently it's never been told publicly before.
As evidence mounted this week that Iran was behind attacks on Israelis in India and Georgia, the Israeli government had its messaging ready to go.
Two writers disagree on what makes Jeremy Lin successful
With China's Vice President Xi Jinping visiting America, my thoughts naturally turned to the diplomatic possibilities: Could Lin play a positive role in US-Chinese relations?