Our unwavering support has become not just a moral hazard but a strategic one. The time is now for a reassessment and realignment.
Members of Congress are falsely smearing Rep. Ilhan Omar as anti-Semitic, but it's other politicians and media that are guilty.
Efforts by a U.S. network of religious leaders suggest the divide between American and Israeli Jews is widening.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called for an early vote in April. Few have examined who's actually allowed to cast a ballot.
The living space-sharing company's delisting of apartments in the West Bank's illegal settlements marks a shift in the business world.
Marc Lamont Hill denounced Israel for depriving Palestinians of basic human rights. Now he finds himself out of job.
The victim, who was stabbed to death, was well known in the local settler community and on social media. Video footage shows him giving chase and shooting at his assailant, as did others.
This is the question worth asking on the 25th anniversary of the accords, which essentially drove policy in the U.S., Israel, the occupied Palestinian territories and European capitals for a quarter of a century.
The move comes as President Trump and his Middle East point men, Jared Kushner and Jason Greenblatt, prepare for the rollout of a much-vaunted but as yet unclear peace plan for Israel and the Palestinians.