The Obama administration refused to participate in a U.N. Human Rights Council meeting on Israeli settlements and slammed the body for its "disproportionate" focus on Israel.
The Obama administration sanctioned a Greek shipping magnate, saying he had helped Iran defy sanctions by providing cover for its oil trade.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a persuasive case at the United Nations General Assembly Thursday for a clear red line to ward off Iran’s nuclear weapons program. Time is running out and the United States should listen to the Israeli leader and draw a clear line for Tehran.
There are two ways to look at the Obama administration’s decision to exclude Israel from its global anti-terrorism initiative. If you recall, when Secretary of State Hillary Clinton traveled to Istanbul last month to convene the Global Counterterrorism Forum, the group of invitees included 29 countries and the European Union -- but not Israel.
The Obama administration noted a recent reduction in U.N. Human Rights Council actions targeting Israel in defending its decision to rejoin the body.
The Obama administration plans to ask Congress to fund additions to Israel’s Iron Dome defense system.
Israeli officials will not warn the United States if they decide to attack Iran's nuclear infrastructure, according to a report citing an unnamed U.S. intelligence official.
The Obama administration is lobbying Congress to unblock $200 million in aid for the Palestinian Authority that was frozen due to its bid for U.N. recognition of statehood over U.S. and Israeli objections.
The Obama administration lifted sanctions on an Israeli shipping firm it had charged with dealing with Iran.
The Obama administration said unequivocally it would veto any U.N. Security Council resolution recognizing Palestinian statehood.
The Obama administration is pressing Israel and Turkey to renew reconciliation talks.
The Obama administration slammed Hamas for keeping Gaza high school students from traveling to the United States on a scholarship program.
The "Quartet" of entities guiding the Israeli-Arab peace processes is meeting next week amid signs that the Obama administration is pressing the Israelis and Palestinians back to peace talks.
An Obama administration official said direct Israeli-Palestinian talks are on track, but would not set a time frame.
The U.S. House of Representatives approved the extension of vital Medicaid funding, which was a top priority of the Jewish community.