The Times reported its stockpile of nuclear fuel increased by 20 percent.
The Senate voted 62-37 Tuesday night to pass a House bill that resumes clauses in the Patriot Ac t that expired Sunday night and...
President Barack Obama on Tuesday awarded two posthumous Medals of Honor to Jewish and black World War I veterans who likely did not receive...
An FBI agent and Boston Police officer shot and killed a 26-year-old terror suspect as he repeatedly lunged at them with a large knife.
Obama says no military solution to Iran problem while his advisers trash Bibi for the bad blood.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter resigns from his post amid a massive corruption scandal just four days after being elected to a fifth term.
PM Netanyahu warns Israelis the rising risks of Iranian proxy attacks are "piling up," as the US hurtles towards a "bad deal" with Tehran.
Iran has not kept its end of the deal with US-led world powers, and has grown its nuclear fuel stockpile during talks.
Israel is fuming as the UN again validates terrorism with an official committee vote to grant a Hamas-linked group "NGO" status.
After he dropped the FIFA ball, now he wants to make a bigger fool out of himself.
He either was killed by Hamas or blew himself up.
Foreign Ministry nerds are wrongly calling the boycott an aftermath of the FIFA nonsense.
Sirens are to blast throughout Israel in two minutes, at 11:05 to be exact. They are part of the annual national defense exercise. If there...
The plane is suited to carry 100 troops. The State Dept. explained that "additional medical personnel" flew with Kerry.
Hamas finally has found an enemy it fears.
Since August 2014, the airstrikes against IS have gradually slowed down to a complete halt and the humanitarian aid has slowed down too.
Jewish mega billionaires are organizing to fight anti-Zionist BDS activity at US colleges.
US Supreme Court upholds free speech on social media and internet, unless reckless or malevolent.
German FM Frank-Walter Steinmeier advised Gaza's leadership to stop attacking Israel if it hopes for economic and other progress in the enclave.
Some in Jordan has accused Rajoub of supporting the incumbent FIFA president, Joseph Blatter, over his rival, Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein.