The early warning Code Red siren sounded shortly before noon Friday in the area of Netiv Asara and Kibbutz Yad Mordechai, sending residents to bomb shelters. The...
Gov. Mike Pence celebrated Christmas in Israel and staked his credentials for a possible run at the presidency.
An Afikim bus driving past the Maaleh Shomron junction on Road 55 was stoned by Arabs.
Argentina’s president Christina Fernandez has accepted an official Jewish godson for the first time in the country’s history to help counter legend of death...
Israel's deterrence must be waning as some Iron Domes are being redeployed.
Don’t mess with these Jews.
Pray for the recovery of Ayala bat Ruth.
Poll for Dec. 26, 2014.
Will American-born Uri Bank win a Knesset seat?
They are listed in light-to-moderate condition.
A kosher restaurant is the scene of the second shooting incident at a Jewish site in Paris this week.
Doctors at Sheba Medical Center are currently fighting for Ayala Shapira’s life, who suffered burns to 50% of her body.
Plans also advanced for new homes in Har Homa in southern Jerusalem.
JetBlue providing free flights to officers to attend slain NYC cop's funeral. Charities also step up.
Jewish Press Movie Review: Danon’s clip of Zoabi a winner but Jewish Home’s parody of Livni stinks.
Police were forced to close the case on their primary suspect as they didn't actually have any evidence linking him to the crime.
A firebomb attack has left a father and daughter injured near Maaleh Shomron.
Abdullah to be replaced within a generation.
Israeli Muslims who support ISIS hit with a travel ban.
The US claims that it is unlikely that ISIS shot down the Jordanian F-16 near Raqqa with a heat-seeking missile.
Channel 2 has released their latest election poll...
“Had the disaster not occurred, I would have never been living here; the tragedy triggered the change in my life..."
We will continue bringing tourists to Israel, even when the tourism industry is in decline,” Birthright CEO Gidi Mark said of the free 10-day trips for Jews ages 18-26.
“All the News to Print that Fits Our Agenda”
A fundraising campaign started quietly by two first graders two years ago to help find a cure for a rare genetic disease just passed the $1 million mark.