Rav Shmuel Eliyahu decided at nearly the last minute that he would run for Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem.
3000 years ago, King David probably never imagined cars racing at 240 kilometers per hour through the ancient capital of the Jewish people.
The FBI is hoping viewers will recognize and help identify an ISIS terrorist with a North American accent.
Pollard's release date on the website has been changed back...
Peace Now co-founder slams construction over the 'Green Line' but his company invests in building up the same areas in Jerusalem.
Apparently Hezbollah isn't busy enough fighting for Iran in Syria, trying to keep Assad's regime for falling.
Two IDF soldiers were wounded Tuesday afternoon in a bombing on Israel’s northern border with Lebanon.
Retired USAF Gen. to head Israeli defense company's North American division.
The Israel postal workers' union has reached an agreement with the Finance Ministry, ending weeks of job actions across the country.
SWIFT has announced it will not buckle to BDS pressure to suspend Israel from its international transaction system.
Thousands of ISIS fighters have managed to overcome Kurdish resistance and captured the Syrian-Turkish border town of Kobani.
The United States Navy announced that by no later than the end of fiscal 2017 it will acquire Gulfstream jets which have been modified to...
A desperate act by a female Kurdish defender in the ISIS-besieged town of Kobani has eliminated dozens of savage global jihadists.
US Secy of State John Kerry is set to return to the Middle East on Oct 12 to attend a conference in Cairo on the issue of "rebuilding Gaza."
Israeli archaeologists have uncovered a curious double tale of an ancient ritual pool and two Australian soldiers during WWII.
Jeffrtey Goldberg noted that “Rabbi Steinlauf has just discovered the most dramatic possible way to break the Yom Kippur fast.”
Former Met Opera patron uses funds earmarked for opera to fund protest against it in response to Klinghoffer opera.
The Palestinian Authority unity government is about to hold its first Cabinet meeting in Gaza.
At least two people are dead and and unknown number wounded in Iran in a blast at the Parchin military nuclear site.
The national labor federation is expanding its postal strike in support of 1,500 workers at risk of losing their jobs.
Jerusalem is cracking down on violence. Arab attackers were arrested for hurling rocks at the Light Rail.
The US Federal Prison's website no longer say Pollard will be released in November 2015.
Swastikas scrawled on Jewish fraternity building at Emory University as Yom Kippur ended.
An inspiring Givati Brigade commander is being held back from promotion due to controversy over actions in wartime Gaza.
Does anyone remember Obama’s 20008 campaign speech that Jerusalem will remain “undivided?”