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The only foreign posting of the United States National Guard Bureau is at the headquarters of Israel's Home Front Command. The relationship, and the exclusivity, is mutual.
Analysis: Two old allies are squabbling over how to achieve an urgent, shared goal.
The original 'City on a Hill.'
News Analysis: Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu is irate. An agreement must be near.
The examination's results only 'moderately support' the claim that the Palestinian leader was poisoned, Swiss scientists say.
While maintaining a public wall of silence, Israel is likely pleased to have an American official confirm its action in Syria.
Israeli politicians squabble over the release of Palestinian prisoners, while some families rejoice and others grieve.
Netanyahu is resisting Kerry's entreaties on the subject of Iran's nuclear program. Will peace negotiations suffer?
Will the nuclear negotiations in progress open the possibility of disarmament across the region?
As Iran makes gains on the world stage, an Iranian in Israel reflects on his treacherous trip out of the country in the 1980s.
Israel is afraid that Iran's new charm will convince the West to lighten sanctions prematurely.
The shutdown is impairing a broad array of American efforts against illegal international financial transactions. For now, no one is around to implement the sanctions currently in place against Iran.
This is the first time members of the OPCW have been asked to destroy a nation's chemical weapons during wartime.
Netanyahu on Tuesday delivered a strongly-worded but workmanlike address on Iran; his stark message the same as in 2012, but his tone reflecting a changed diplomatic reality.
As the Israeli prime minister heads to Washington, this is the moment much of his career has led to.
News of the historic phone call between the US and Iranian leaders broke late in the night on Friday, Israel time.
Analysis: Did Iran's new president condemn the Holocaust? Did he even say the word Holocaust? To Israel, it might not matter.
A year after US Ambassador Chris Stevens was killed in Benghazi, American diplomacy needs his guile and wisdom in the Middle East.
The lethal, undetectable nature of chemical weapons makes even the most war-weary populations anxious.
Tensions were high in the Mediterranean after a joint US-Israeli missile launch that spooked Syria's Russian backers.