Donald Trump is speaking again to his favorite Israeli news outlet.
Israel Hayom, the free Israeli daily financed by American casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, lost $190 million from its inception in 2007 to 2014.
New details have come to light on the alleged bribery deal discussed between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Yedioth Ahronoth and Ynet publisher Arnon Mozes. The proposed deal included a sharp change in the coverage of the prime minister by the Yedioth Ahronoth group in exchange for Netanyahu’s promise to promote legislation that would severely damage the free daily, Moses’ competitor, Israel Hayom.
Israel Hayom, Israel’s right-wing newspaper affiliated with the ruling Likud party, surprised some by printing a full-page ad for a Nissan Sentra with two fathers.
Freedom House, a freedom of the press watchdog, downgraded Israel’s status from “free” to “partly free,” citing the Israel Hayom daily, which is seen as pro-government.
A new ad aims to counter the outpouring of opposition to Benjamin Netanyahu by retired military brass. J.J. Goldberg says it winds up highlighting just how serious the anti-Bibi effort is.
A furious war of words has erupted between IDF chief of staff Benny Gantz and Shin Bet director Yoram Cohen over the question: Did Hamas plan a war or stumble into it?
John Kerry has gotten a ‘sobering’ dose of hardline reality from Benjamin Netanyahu. He now may push a U.S. peace plan to outflank the Israeli leader.
When Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denied interfering in U.S. elections today, he chose an odd platform to air his position.
Republican Mitt Romney balanced the need to attack President Obama with the requirement that partisan politics ends at the water’s edge. But the real test lies ahead.