Barbara Walters, the first woman to co-anchor a network evening newscast, will retire in 2014 after one more year on ABC News and her talk show, “The View.”
Barbara Walters, the first woman to co-anchor a network evening newscast, plans to retire in May 2014, said a person with knowledge of the situation.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu advised President Barack Obama last month to back off, saying the U.S. had “no moral right” to stop Israel from attacking Iran in a bid to cripple its nuclear program.
As the Iranian nuclear threat dominates Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s second term, nothing motivates him more than making economic history.
Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer chose former Israeli Prime Ministers Menachem Begin and Yitzhak Rabin to be featured on new shekel bills that are scheduled to go into circulation in 2012.
Alexander Haig, the U.S. secretary of state under Ronald Reagan, had to be persuaded not to pass on U.K. military plans to Argentina during the Falklands War, newly released British documents show.
Sinai gunmen, Egypt’s revolt and a retired diplomat threaten to derail U.S.-backed efforts to spur the peaceful integration of Israel and the Arab world through trade and investments.
Henry Kissinger , fed up with Israeli haggling, flung a pen at a map of the Sinai Desert. Jimmy Carter clenched his teeth. And Gerald Ford sang “Happy Birthday.”
It’s hard to figure out what Israelis are so upset about. Israel’s economy is performing better than those in most of Europe and much better than that of America.
Groucho Marx , one of America’s pre- eminent philosophers, once quipped , “Who are you going to believe, me or your lying eyes.”