Iran's clients and proxies use schools and hospitals to launch their attacks. The UN criticizes the other side for fighting back.
Herzog's idea sounds stupid, but if it is taken seriously, it might be a great brainstorm.
Israel's High Court approves a Jerusalem Day march through the Old City's Muslim Quarter.
A Swedish trawler has become the lead vessel for a new flotilla attempt to break Israel's naval blockade of Gaza.
MyECheck has bought Israeli company, Seergate Ltd, which concentrates on electronic payment solutions, for $3 million.
120 Knesset voted today on whether or not to allow the coalition to expand beyond its 18 minister limit.
Ostensibly Jewish "leaders" are protecting and promoting those engaged in economic and legal warfare against the Jewish State.
Volunteers at Chabad of Kathmandu are working to distribute waterproof tents to earthquake victims in Nepal ahead of moonsoon season.
Israel and Germany have signed a 430-million Euro contract to provide four ships to protect Israel's natural gas and oil rigs in the Mediterranean.
Malignantly skewed results from Breaking the Silence's acceptance of "bounty hunting" funding of its report.
The Canadian government has expressed "zero tolerance" for boycotters of Israel.
Netanyahu tackled Obama with a speech in Congress. King Salman simply insults him with a royal snub.
Almost the entire Arab Middle East sees Iran as an enemy.
Lapid won headlines for his grandstanding and now suffers an embarrassing loss.
There are no apparent signs of foul play.
Police found a stolen pistol, a Carl Gustov rifle, a hunting rifle, what looks like a harpoon gun and more...
Shaked is known as an outspoken and intelligent advocate for Zionism and democracy.
A personal armed guard now is escorting Bayit Yehudi (Jewish Home) Knesset Member Ayelet Shaked following death threats. Shaked is slated to be the Justice...
Police are searching the area for the Arab assailant.
When they return home, participants will serve as goodwill ambassadors building bridges between the United States and Israel.
In a dramatic ambush operation, Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) officials caught two would-be grave robbers red-handed as they tried to pilfer an ancient Roman period burial site in the Galilee today.
Israel's Yesh Atid left-centrist party is trying to tear down -- or at least slow down -- entry of an expanded coalition government.
New Yorkers contemplated the pros and cons of nuclear energy again Sunday after an explosion at Indian Point nuclear power plant in Westchester.
A Torah scroll has been stolen from Ziv Hospital in Tzefat. Police are investigating.
Special needs artists showed their talent at Jewish Children's Museum on Mother's Day in New York.