Netanyahu: Only pressure from me stopped Lapid surrendering to Lebanon Likud leader's comments come after officials say Israel has rejected Lebanon’s requested modifications to a US-proposed maritime border deal
Ra’am’s Abbas says Netanyahu ‘history,’ won’t back his bid to retake power
Ra'am chair blames former PM for crime wave, empowering far-right MK Itamar Ben Gvir, and criticizes former partners Ayman Odeh and Ahmad Tibi for voting with opposition
Intel minister to lead Israeli delegation to EU in Lapid’s stead
Yesh Atid's Elazar Stern to travel to Brussels for Monday meeting of EU-Israel Association Council, which is being held for first time in a decade
Daily Briefing Oct. 2: Nasrallah changes tune on maritime borders; security update
Editor David Horovitz on increasingly brazen legislators' calls to overturn the judicial system; military correspondent Emanuel Fabian on how luck may soon run out in the West Bank
Top senator said to warn Netanyahu that working with Ben Gvir will harm US relations
Robert Menendez, who chairs Foreign Relations Committee, reportedly raised 'serious concerns' with ex-premier over potentially including extremist elements in next government
Daily Briefing Sept 28: Iran stars in US-IDF drill; Israel condemns Russia referenda
Military correspondent Emanuel Fabian briefs us on security concerns after the holiday; diplomatic correspondent Lazar Berman on why UK may not relocate its embassy to Jerusalem
EU aims for Israel reboot with summit
New leadership in Israel and a desire for non-Russian gas suppliers has opened the door for rapprochement in an often testy relationship.
Daily Briefing Sept 29: How Solomon’s mines razed environment; justice for rebel MK?
Environment reporter Sue Surkes on complex nature of tree planting in arid lands, tips to decrease holiday waste; political correspondent Tal Schneider on election legal petitions