The latest news on Israel
A bribery investigation threatens to bring down Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.
While Jews celebrate, Arabs talk about the "Day of Catastrophe."
Today Pennsylvania will get another heavy dose of presidential politics as the Clintons—Hillary, Bill, and Chelsea—and Barack Obama and his surrogates crisscross the Keystone State one last time before tomorrow's primary. Hillary Clinton and her family will have separate campaign stops and then join up in Philadelphia.
Jewish voters still are unsure of the presidential candidate.
Carter's Hamas meeting legitimizes terrorism.
How Hamas is playing the spoiler.
And the race goes on. Hillary Clinton pulled off wins in Ohio and Texas last night, breaking up rival Barack Obama's winning streak and stringing on the Democratic primary race until, at least, the end of April. She hinted today at a shared Democratic ticket—with her at the top. However, Obama is still ahead in the pledged delegates race.
As U.S. News reported in December, Hezbollah in Lebanon has been busy rearming since its 34-day war with Israel in August 2006. The Associated Press reported today that Israel recently told the United Nations that Hezbollah, the Lebanese Shiite movement designated a terrorist group by the United States, now has an arsenal that includes 10,000 long-range rockets and 20,000 short-range rockets in southern Lebanon.
Unwanted arrivals draw sympathy but also concern about their growing numbers in the Jewish state.