The Ofek-11 spy satellite is up in space but tech support is having a difficult time pinning down its status.
A forest fire on the western slopes of the Judean Mountains sent flames through the Jerusalem Forest -- again -- but no cause has yet been determined.
The plot thickens as a Clinton aide flatly refuses to appear, even under subpoena, at a Congressional committee hearing over his former boss's private server. Two out of three IT specialists refused to talk.
Route 98 in the Israeli Golan Heights was closed to traffic after the third Syrian mortar shell exploded in the area, making the road risky for travelers.
It's starting to become a daily event.
The US aid amount has never been raised in close to 40 years, even though the current value of that annual package would have been $10.48 billion.
The US and Iran did not draft a written settlement agreement or any other formal documentation of the cash transfers, and Iran directed the Iran-US Tribunal at the Hague that it not record the settlement of its claim.
The official request claims that the July 15 coup attempt was carried out under Gülen's "command and control."
Police requested a delay in carrying out the ruling to give them time to appeal it before the Supreme Court.
Democratic lawmakers are concerned the veto would ignite a showdown between the White House and Congress that would damage the president.
The group of Al-Haq friendly lawmakers is led by one of the most anti-Israel members of Congress, Betty McCollum, US Representative for Minnesota's 4th congressional district.
As the Israeli Air Force was hitting Syrian Army positions, the other side launched two S-200 (SAM) ground-to-air missiles from Damascus.
The largest archaeological garden ever established in the State of Israel was inaugurated Monday at Camp Rabin, in the IDF Kirya Base in Tel Aviv.
Bennett said that Israel's battle against global terrorism was being undermined by the international community pushing for a two-state solution.
The famed Great Synagogue of Pilsen is returning to Jewish hands and hearts after 20 years as a Czech concert hall and art museum.
The long-awaited, deeply delightful, hugely majestic classical rock band 'Queen' performed in Tel Aviv's Yarkon Park at last. All is right with the musical world.
Outraged residents of Amona and Ofra are denouncing the Likud government that is enforcing a court order to demolish their homes.
Another Syrian mortar shell has exploded in northern Israel, also in the Golan Heights, the second in less than two weeks.
Two female IDF soldiers were rescued from the Palestinian Authority city of Tulkarem after entering by mistake, and being attacked by residents.
Maccabi Tel Aviv Football Club Foundation has become the first-ever Team Ambassador to the global organization for Israel's Special Olympics.
rime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and his Luxembourg counterpart Xavier Bettel toasted strong diplomatic ties between the two countries Monday and pledged to build on an already strong economic relationship.
Samaria Regional Council chairman Yossi Dagan was hosted in Crown Heights to talk about Israeli resiliency in the face of terror on the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attack on New York.
Over 20 religious leaders from east Asia arrived in Israel Monday for a four-day summit in Jerusalem.
In December 2012, Clinton fainted and suffered a concussion, from a stomach virus and dehydration, resulting in a clot and double vision, during the Congressional hearings on the Benghazi attack.
Mengistu, a 28-year-old civilian from Ashkelon, crossed the border into Gaza in in September 2014, through the Zikim beach for unknown reasons. He has been missing ever since.