With oil prices falling, Saudi Arabia may begin selling to Israel.
Kerry forgot to mention Israel as an essential stake holder in a Middle East peace plan.
Lapid tries to ignore the economy, security and the middle class by making Netanyahu the only election issue.
Firefighters have stopped the flow of thousands of gallons of oil.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu praised one of his security guards who thwarted the terrorist attack on Wednesday at the industrial area of Maaleh Adumim. "On...
A student at the Torat Haim yeshiva near Moscow was badly beaten outside the yeshiva.
The victim’s 11-year-old are being cared for by the police. A video shows the murderer’s escape.
Unlike normal MKs who receive death threats for their connection to the Temple Mount, Eli Yishai was threatened to be stabbed if he left the Shas party.
It's not even safe to be thought you are Jewish these days.
Nearly 83 percent of Jewish Israeli teenagers encounter online anti-Semitism, and more than 51 percent are targeted due to their nationality, according to a...
As Obama would say, they act like they are married.
On Wednesday afternoon around 4:30 PM, a terrorist entered the Rami Levy supermarket in the Mishor Adumim Industrial Park (near Maaleh Adumim) and began...
American-Jewish contractor Alan Gross completed his fifth year in prison in Cuba on Tuesday, one-third of a 15-year prison term for “crimes against the...
Wednesday’s Knesset unanimous vote on the first reading of the bill to go to elections gives Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu a national unity government...
One of the side effects of going to early elections is that all budgets are frozen at 2014 levels of spending.
The accident happened at a 1000-megawatt reactor which plays a role in supplying electricity to the country.
As always, Hamas decides that freedom and democracy are for losers.
Party faction leaders were actually able to sit together in a room and agree on something.
MEMRI translates and exposes hate content from mainstream Arabic and Islamic terrorist group media outlets, which would otherwise go unnoticed by the non-Arabic speaking public.
US Secy of State John Kerry offers no direct comment but hopes new Israeli government "can negotiate."