Fellow Democratic presidential candidates Sanders, Warren and Buttigieg have all expressed some kind of openness for the previously unpopular idea

Calls to condition U.S. aid to Israel ‘outrageous,’ Biden says

AirPair is the brainchild of Alana Rubin, a New York mother who needed to get to Israel alone with her brood; her service pairs any haggard parent up with an in-flight helper

New kind of matchmaking site looks to mitigate the hell of flying with kids

Protests undermines Iran's confidence after a string of regional successes ■ How worried should Israel be?

Iranian generals in Iraq, Hezbollah thugs in Lebanon: Tehran demonstrates how to snuff out dissent

The quiet across the border rests on thin ice, senior Israeli army commanders say ■ How the Israeli army leaked the assassination of a top Palestinian terrorist

High-flying UAV and a jihadist commander threaten to ignite Israel-Gaza front

Sara Amram died last year, leaving behind diaries that tell a little-known story of a Jewish woman from Afghanistan who spied for Israel in Jordan

Our woman in Jordan

The Democratic presidential hopeful has been clear about her desire to leverage aid to pressure Israel, but she has been short on specifics of how such a plan might look

‘Everything is on the table’: Breaking down Elizabeth Warren’s Israel policy