Goldberg might as well have been quoting from Netanyahu's talking points sheet.
The ads use of quotes from a 2001 Netanyahu speech, in which he supposedly described the U.S. as "a thing you can move very easily." Watch the tape here.
He said his mission is "fateful, maybe even historic."
The report seems unbelievable, but the newspaper has an interesting track record.
Snow is uniting the American people, so to speak. An area in every one of the 50 states, including Hawaii, will see snow this week,...
A link for the poll is provided below. Deadline is today.
A proposed law would require the Senate to approve the deal. Obama threatens to veto it.
Free speech is cherished, but hate displays on Sacramento home quite disturbing.
Democrats did not sponsor but also did not try to block the resolution.
Kerry called Abbas about "financial viability" of the Palestinian Authority and efforts "to prevent a crisis."
"I Respect the President Barak Obama." That's what he said. We don’t know what meant.
Actor Leonard Nimoy, 83, "lived long and prospered" but on Friday moved on to explore the Next World.
Iran already has enough centrifuges for a nuclear weapon.
Once again al Quds' Said Arikat used the State Dept. Briefing room to slander Israel with false "facts."
Kerry not only is evading Netanyahu but also is trying to upstage him.
House Speaker John Boehner asserts next week's speech to Congress by Israeli PM Netanyahu won't hurt US-Israel relations.
National Security Adviser Susan Rice and US Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power will represent the Obama administration at AIPAC next week.
A NYC jury has convicted Al Qaeda's 'minister of communications' on charges connected to the 1998 bombing of a US embassy in East Africa.
Netanyahu to meet with bipartisan congressional leadership before he addresses the joint session of Congress on March 3.
The survey also revealed that 52 percent of the respondents have an unfavorable view of the president.