Shimon Peres News
Pope urges status quo, 'wisdom and prudence' for Jerusalem
Pope calls for 'status quo' of Jerusalem to be respected, for 'wisdom and prudence' to prevail
Trump vows to succeed where everyone else has failed - Mideast peace
President Trump touched down in Israel on Monday during his first overseas trip in office with one goal in mind: kick-starting the peace process. It's an achievement that has proved elusive for many U.S. presidents, yet continues to be a key objective. Aaron David Miller, a veteran peace negotiator
President Obama Motions Tardy Bill Clinton to Get on Air Force One
Former President Bill Clinton hitched a ride back from Israel after the funeral of former Israeli President Shimon Peres.
President Obama Beckons Tardy Bill Clinton to Get on Air Force One
Who can keep the president of the United States waiting? Only another president, of course. After the funeral of former Israeli President Shimon Peres , former President Bill Clinton hitched a ride back from Israel today on Air Force One with President Obama. Clinton has a reputation for running a
President Obama Urges Bill Clinton to Get on Air Force One
Following today's funeral of former Israeli President Shimon Peres, former President Clinton hitched a ride back from Israel on Air Force One with Obama.
President Obama Attends Funeral of Former Israeli President Shimon Peres
President Obama joined dozens of world leaders in Jerusalem for Peres' funeral.
Obama Joins World Leaders in Eulogizing Israel's Shimon Peres
Obama praised Shimon Peres for "justice and hope," and said Mideast peace remained "unfinished business."
Obama Remembers Shimon Peres , Says Mideast Peace 'Unfinished Business'
In remarks at Shimon Peres 's funeral in Israel on Friday, President Obama eulogized the former president for showing that "justice and hope are at the heart of the Zionist idea." Obama began his remarks by being the only speaker to acknowledge the attendance of Palestinian Authority president
Nearly a Quarter of Young Voters Favor Third-Party Candidates
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are having a tough time reaching and securing the young vote.