The votes are still being counted, but here’s what we know so far.
Donald Trump starred in the main headlines in Israel on Wednesday morning, just as he did in the United States, but for completely different reasons.
Natalie Portman’s decision to withdraw from the Jerusalem ceremony to mark her acceptance of the $2 million Genesis Prize is a very big deal.
Vice President Mike Pence will be accorded a hero’s welcome when he lands at Ben-Gurion Airport on Sunday.
Yair Netanyahu’s astonishingly anti-Semitic cartoon was, as some American Jews might say, a shonda for the goyim.
Donald Trump changed America’s standing in the Middle East on Sunday, perhaps historically.
Trump himself set the blaze over his ginger head with his shock dismissal on Tuesday of FBI Director James Comey.
You don’t have to love Donald Trump to enjoy him sometimes. Over the weekend, Trump spoke to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and upset - and if he didn’t, he should have upset - the entire Israeli right.
Donald Trump’s relatively calm and controlled speech to Congress last week caused several analysts, including this one, to wonder whether the President might turn a corner and henceforth stop his loony outbursts. It took only a day or two for Trump to respond with a resounding and emphatic “No!”
With Bannon’s appointment as chief strategist, there’s no denying that Jews have transformed virtually overnight from insiders to outsiders, Chemi Shalev writes.