The 2,700-year-old seal of King Hezekiah the "closest thing to the king," says archaeologist.
Police and IDF soldiers protected workers who demolished a terrorist's home in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Shuafat.
The State Dept. authorized non-essential staff and family members at the U.S. Embassy in Mali to leave the country. A travel advisory was issued.
The daughter of Gaza PM Ismail Haniyeh returned to her parents from the hospital after a brutal beating from her husband.
The IDF plans soon to change its policy and begin drafting soldiers who are HIV-positive.
Obama's new ISIS czar disses Israel, cuddled Hamas, defended Assad, and thought Obama too hawkish on Iran.
Hamas is taxing goods so heavily the Gazans are boycotting the goods being brought through the crossings.
Samuels urged the Foreign Minister to "condemn the absurdity of Ashour's statement and immediately withdraw him from UNESCO and from foreign service."
Israel hunts for space in Abu Dhabi as a member of IRENA international renewable energy agency.
There is a $6,000 tax ISIS collects from any local wishing to flee, making an escape from the war difficult for most.
A blast occurred in a central location in Istanbul, Turkey, several injuries.
Senior U.S. officials will welcome Arab MK Ayman Odeh who refuses to condemn Arab terror and blames it on Israel.
Greece joins Hungary in deciding to ignore the EU order to label goods made in post-1967 areas where Israelis live.
The "Barak 8" missile last week passed a test when it was fired from a ship and hit a simulated enemy target, which in real-time could be aimed at blowing up oil rigs.
Turkey's Pres. Erdogan vows to resign his post if Russia's Pres. Putin can prove his claim that Ankara is importing oil from the ISIS terror group.
Here is a list of products you can print out and stick on you fridge, or re-post to your email and Facebook friends of Jewish products the EU are labeling.
Yitzchak Gabai, 23, was sent to prison for the arson attack on a Jewish-Arab school that promotes coexistence.
PA minister says Arab women in the Palestinian Authority are "unique" - they greet the death of their sons with "cries of joy."
The large Galeria Kaufhof chain denied a previous report that it took "settlement" goods off its shelves and insists, "We don’t get involved in politics."
The home of an Arab terrorist who murdered an IDF soldier a year ago is safe from demolition thanks to a stay of execution by the Supreme Court.