Years of war and political instability have disrupted Lebanon's ambitions to tap into its energy sector

Will Lebanon tap its oil and gas wealth?

To the editor: Not often one to agree with Jonah Goldberg, I commend him for voicing thoughts privately held by many fellow conservatives

For the sake of the country, Republicans must wise up to the fact that Trump will never be presidential

Every leak about the police investigations involving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sends Likud’s ministers scurrying to the party’s constitution, whose relevant clauses they can by now recite in their sleep

Fighting to keep the crown, Netanyahu tries to unmask his ministers

Joseph Cedar had nothing to wear for the 2011 Academy Awards ceremony when his film “Footnote” was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film

Joseph Cedar talks 'Norman,' his religious upbringing and his empathy for corrupt politicians

Association for Israel Studies, by contrast, warns new legislation could turn Israel into ‘isolated entity’ open only to those who back official policy’

ZOA endorses Israel’s anti-BDS law

The Israeli baseball team is mostly made up of American players, using their birthright as an "in" for representing their heritage in the international tournament

WATCH: Why the Israeli baseball team is making waves in the World Baseball Classic

As the saying goes, time is an infinite loop

From wiretap accusations to travel ban 2.0, here's what Trump did this week

Reza Najafi accuses international community of turning blind eye to Jewish state’s violations of international treaties

Iran UN envoy says Israel behind assassinations of nuclear scientists