Moroccan haroset balls, savory holiday brisket and carrot souffle were on the menu at the annual White House Seder.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to Congress on Tuesday about what he sees as the Jewish state’s greatest threat: Iran. Here is a transcript of his address.
The White House said on Monday that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to the U.S. Congress scheduled for Tuesday is unlikely to complicate ongoing nuclear talks with Iran.
John Boehner said he kept the White House out of the loop when he invited Benjamin Netanyahu to speak to Congress because he did not want it to interfere.
The White House and the State Department criticized Israel for reissuing tenders for the construction of 450 housing units in the West Bank.
Barack Obama spoke of Alan Gross’s freedom and Angela Buchdahl sang songs of hope. At the White House, Hanukkah never seemed so meaningful, Jane Eisner writes.
With all the media attention directed at the expression “chickenshit” used by anonymous senior administration officials to describe Benjamin Netanyahu, some of the other insults contained in the Jeffrey Goldberg’s report went almost unnoticed.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told President Barack Obama on Wednesday that he hopes the U.S. leader will make sure that any final nuclear deal between Iran and world powers does not allow Tehran to stand at the “threshhold” of being able to develop nuclear weapons.