More than 200,000 Israelis ride the train every day, except Shabbat, a new record.
Hanna Knyazyeva-Minenko's, 25, won a silver medal in the women's triple jump finals in the world championship competition in Beijing Monday. Her performance set an...
Israel continues to carry out the Abbas' commitment to root out terror, one of the reasons being that several terrorists are his security officers.
The IAEA says more money is needed in order to be able to implement the IranDeal; funds run out on Sept. 30.
Arab women and children were barred from the Temple Mount on Tuesday following incessant harassment of visitors to the site.
An IDF soldier is sedated and breathing with a respirator after he was bitten by a snake in the Golan Heights.
Israel's Counter-Terrorism Bureau issues its pre-holiday travel warnings.
Eight Palestinian Arab terror suspects were arrested overnight in the Arab village of El Aroub.
Judge sets relatively low bond for PA and PLO in terrorism case after US govt asked that it not be too onerous.
Former New York Civil Liberties Union executive director Norman Siegel has joined the ranks of advocates for better secular studies for Haredi children, and he now represents YAFFED, threatening to sue the city if its current investigation does not yield reliable results.
The remarks came after the AP published the full text of a draft agreement between IAEA and Iran, citing Hosseini Tash as a signatory at the bottom of the document.
The terrorists attacked civilians and soldiers several times with firebombs and rocks.
The funeral for legendary musician Yossi Piamenta, z'l is set for 10:30 pm Mon. Aug. 24 in Jerusalem at Shamgar funeral home.
An Al Aqsa NGO official responds: "The Temple Mount is not part of Israel." PA accuses Erdan of "racism."
The good news is that no one, so far, has blamed the "occupation."
The President said, "Settling in the land of Israel is the right of the Jewish people."
Tehran has not yet accepted Ramallah's requests to accept a visit, three years after Abbas rejected an overture from Ahmadinejad.
British foreign secretary Philip Hammond says sanctions could be lifted from Iran starting next spring.
For some months, Israel has been buying the majority of its oil from northern Iraqi Kurds. It's a good thing.
Two Palestinian Arab terrorists were caught Sunday night before hurling firebombs at an IDF post.
Another home from the Dawabsha clan burned down last night in Duma. There's confusion if it the fire was electrical or from a village feud.
Deputy Minister Litzman is considered by most of his colleagues on both sides of the aisle to be one of the most competent elected officials today.
State Issues Administrative Detention, Expulsion from Judea and Samaria Orders Against Jewish Activists
The lesson for these youths is there is no democracy or due process in Israel, confirming what many of them already believed to be true.
Iran and the UK reopen embassies in Tehran and London, but Tehran is not ready for a US comeback.
Britain's gift to inhumanity promises he will only behead "non-believers."