Unable to pay their rent and turned down for public housing, Yafit Krisi and her husband gathered their four children and moved into a tent outside the city hall in Ashkelon, on Israel’s Mediterranean coast.
Mitt Romney plunged into an international stalemate during a 30-hour trip to Jerusalem, saying halting a nuclear Iran is the “highest national-security priority” as he sought to draw a sharp distinction with President Barack Obama.
Vice President Joe Biden said Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney represents a return to the past in foreign policy and is out of touch with the time, setting out an Obama-campaign line of attack as the general election race gets fully under way.
President Barack Obama’s administration has turned over leadership on the escalating conflict in Syria to other countries and hasn’t strengthened the U.S. relationship with Israel, Senator Kelly Ayotte said today.
The 23 people who penned the missive to Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke this week telling him to arrest his expansion of monetary stimulus have something in common: They’ve never been in his position.
Tal Keinan, an Israeli fund manager, was ready for the question he’s always asked when he met with investors in New York in October: Why put your money with a manager whose country Iran has threatened to obliterate.