Akiva Eldar, an editor of Haaretz, was hit while visiting his mother-in-law.
Who says you can't sit in the opposition and do something positive?
Roi Abecassis has been appointed to the post of director of World Bnei Akiva by its World Council. He is the current deputy director and...
Only in Israel will a Litvak MK go to a Chassideshe Rebbe to convince an "anti-Chareidi" MK to join the coalition.
The Celebrate Israel Festival on May 31 at Pier 94, slated to be the largest gathering to date of Israeli-Americans in New York.
Bnei Brak Hassidic woman and child are fine after C-section birth of in-vitro-fertilization baby.
Likud MK Silvan Shalom has been tapped to lead Israel's negotiating team in talks with the Palestinian Authority and in dialogue with the US.
A Hamas terrorist died after the terror tunnel he was in collapsed on top of him.
Arab attackers hurl rocks at a private car and public bus on Highway 60 in Gush Etztion, damaging both.
A new Torah scroll is gifted to the IDF Nevatim Air Force base in southern Israel in memory of murdered soldier Almog Shiloni, z'l.
U.S. government documents reveal government knew within days terrorists were behind Benghazi attacks
Israeli parents are upset with new Education Ministry rules restricting students at final exam time.
Shaked: ' the judiciary, rather than the elected representatives of the people, wield the power to govern'
Israel Police arrested some 50 suspects in a massive organized crime sting that has been years in the making.
Jerusalem is popping with wildfires all over the holy city, and on forested hillsides as well.
If there is any truth to constant PA media allegations of vandalism of olive trees, there are not many more trees left to be destroyed.
The head of Turkey's religious affairs warms up Erdogan's ties with Hamas in his first visit to Gaza.
Pentagon insists "we will take back" a key Iraqi city, but that might come at the price of handing over Iraq to Iran.
PM Netanyahu sent a letter of condolences to the Levinger family on the passing of the late leader Rabbi Moshe Levinger, who was known for his life work in establishing the modern Jewish community of Hebron and as one of the founder of the Gush Emunim settlement movement.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu vowed Sunday at a Jerusalem Day ceremony the Israeli capital would remain undivided "forever."