Netanyahu is already feuding with his allies over the moribund peace process and a nuclear deal with Iran that he loathes
"I think the alternatives are not either this bad deal or war. I think there's a third alternative"
The White House tweet seems to poke fun at an image Netanyahu used in 2012
The agreement unveiled Thursday was criticized by politicians and officials on right and left
Benajmin Netanyahu's pre-election remarks rejecting a Palestinian state make a two-state solution even harder to attain.
Hard-right shift leaves him with a remarkably raw relationship with Israeli Arabs
White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough told a group of liberal, pro-Israel supporters the solution was fundamental to U.S. foreign policy
"The state of Israel does not conduct espionage against the United States or Israel's other allies."
He claimed victory, but whether he'll be asked by the President to form a new coalition government remains in question
A lasting settlement for a chronic conflict has rarely seemed so far away
Israel's Prime Minister won a tragic election by vilifying Arabs and defacing Israel’s history
The Israeli Prime Minister backtracked on election-timed statements he made earlier this week
Obama spokesman says the U.S. will have to "re-asses its options" after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's rhetoric on a two-state solution
Israel's Prime Minister calls for strong cooperation between two nations
Moshe Kahlon's Kulanu Party could end up holding the key to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's fate
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's position may be on the line Tuesday
Israeli spy chief warned Congress might might blow up talks on Iranian nuke program
Naftali Bennett, chairman of the right-wing party Jewish Home party, has raised more money from American donors than Israel's Prime Minister
Reverses earlier support of two-state solution on eve of general election
Isaac Herzog has maintained a lead in opinion polls but winning the election is not enough to become prime minister