The Elections Committee has corrected a previous report and now says 13.7%, and not the previously stated 7.4% of Israel's eligible voters have cast ballots...
Blessed are You, Lord our God, Sovereign of the Universe, who has not made me a politician.
Netanyahu has an important call to make before beginning to build a coalition...
V15 is barred from attempting to achieve its stated goals: defeat Bibi and create a Palestinian State.
Some polls indicated that if the rotation deal were canceled the Zionist Union could get 2 more seats.
Republican senators say they have a veto-proof majority for a bill allowing Congress to review a deal with Iran.
Women sue city, claiming immigrants a threat.
85 people were killed in the July 1994 bombing.
Feiglin wants to accompany his son up, for his wedding day, but needs special permission from the Prime Minister.
The all-women Hareidi political party wanted to advertise to their constituency.
Dr. Henry Kressel, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Yeshiva University, sent out an email statement in reaction to a faculty “no confidence” vote Friday against President Richard Joel.
The Consumer Price Index sank last month, but the anti-Bibi media buried the news so it won't help Netanyahu.
Baruch Marzel, candidate for the Knesset on the Yachad list, and activist Itamar Ben-Gvir have warned that they will ask that the Elections Committee...
If Kerry confuses Egypt with Israel, what will be on his mind in talks with Iran?
Former UK prime minister Tony Blair is reportedly set to announce plans to resign as Quartet envoy to the Middle East.
More than a million citizens are protesting in the streets of Sao Paulo to demand the resignation of President Dilma Rousseff as she enters her second term.
US Embassy and consulates in Saudi Arabia closed due to 'heightened security concerns.'
A ring of peace encircled Jewish worshipers as they prayed Saturday on Sabbath at a synagogue, this time in Denmark.
Hamas fired another test rocket into the ocean on Sunday evening.
Arabs rolled burning tires into the fence along the border of the town of Beitar Ilit in Gush Etzion