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  • Netanyahu can't be trusted

    Netanyahu can't be trusted
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's recent reelection was a study in "whatever it takes" campaign strategy, surely learned from American politics during the last few decades ("A costly victory," March 19). Facing the reality of polling that showed...
  • After Netanyahu's reelection, tough love and damage control by the U.S.

    After Netanyahu's reelection, tough love and damage control by the U.S.
    When President Obama began his second term — the time presidents traditionally build foreign policy legacies — he had two major projects in the Middle East: a nuclear agreement with Iran and a peace settlement based on a Palestinian state....
  • Boehner off to Israel; Netanyahu's ties to Obama hit new low

    House Speaker John Boehner is heading to Israel as already strained relations between the White House and newly re-elected Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hit a new low this week. On the surface, the Republican leader's announcement Friday that...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 p.m. EDT

    After week of nuclear program talks, US, Iran cite progress but neither guarantees agreement With 10 days to a nuclear deal deadline, top U.S and Iranian officials spoke Saturday of substantial headway, and Iran's president proclaimed that agreement...
  • UC extends discounted tuition to military veterans

    UC extends discounted tuition to military veterans
    Military veterans and their dependents who are UC students will be able to pay lower in-state tuition even if they otherwise are not eligible, the UC regents decided Thursday. The move came primarily in response to a federal law enacted last year that...
  • Lessons to be learned from Israel

    Despite the fact that President Barack Obama did everything he could to drag Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu down and persuade the Israeli people to kick him out of office because he did not support Obama’s Neville Chamberlain...
  • Two sides of Netanyahu

    Controversial Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu emerged victorious as prime minister in a close election. That is unfortunate, as his opponent, Isaac Herzog, was a voice of reason. He supported a nuclear agreement with Iran, believing it would bring...
  • UN commission blames Israel for plight of Palestinian women

    The U.N. Commission on the Status of Women approved a resolution Friday blaming Israel's ongoing illegal occupation of Palestinian territory for "the grave situation of Palestinian women." Israel's U.N. Ambassador Ron Prosor denounced the resolution...
  • Will US let 'bad things' happen to Israel over Netanyahu's rejection of Palestinian state?

    JERUSALEM Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has yet to form a new government after his election victory this week, but already he faces what could be a substantial shift in relations with the United States. For the third straight day, the Obama...
  • Is anti-Semitism to blame for harsh criticism of Israel?

    To the editor: I wholeheartedly concur with Michael Douglas that anti-Semitism is reprehensible and that it must be combated theologically, socially, culturally and politically. All human beings have an inviolable right to live in peace and dignity. ("...
  • Netanyahu tries to backtrack from controversial campaign remarks

    Netanyahu tries to backtrack from controversial campaign remarks
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu began Thursday to try to gloss over the harsh campaign rhetoric that helped him win reelection but marred his relations with President Obama, who made it clear he isn’t ready to move on. Backing off his...