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Senate May Block $1.15 Billion Arms Sale to Saudis

"If we are helping to radicalize Yemenis against us ... how can that be in our security interest?" Senator Murphy asked.

He Promised $100 Million, Now Adelson Finally Gives Trump $5 Million

Even this smaller donation is the first the Adelsons have doled out in all of the 2016 election season.

Lebanese Insist Syrian Refugees Go Home, Now

As of March 31, 2016, Lebanon is hosting 1,048,275 registered refugees from Syria, 53% of whom are children, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

Netanyahu: US Never Offered Us More than $38 Billion

Netanyahu played down "all kinds of background noise and disinformation about the agreement."

Prominent Jewish-Turkish Businessman Ishak Alaton Dead at 89

Ishak Alaton was one of the founders of the Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation (TESEV) and the Open Society Foundation.

Israel Innovation Authority ‘Luring’ Academics, Entrepreneurs Back to Israel [video]

Every year, hundreds from academia and industry return to Israel, fulfilling a desire to come back home and find employment appropriate to their education and skills.

Analysis: Obama $38 Billion MOU Designed to Shackle Congress, Fight Not Over

Did Netanyahu sign the MOU in return for an Obama promise to leave him alone between Nov. 9 and January 17?

F-35 and Aegis Combat System Integrate Successfully in First Live Missile Test

The F-35 Lightning II combines advanced stealth with fighter speed and agility, advanced mission systems, fully fused sensor information, network-enabled operations and cutting-edge sustainment.

Bubby’s Version of Instagram – Now Up for Auction in Israel

Special postcards from Israel sell for hundreds of dollars.

US, Israel, Conclude New MOU on 2019 – 2028 Security Package

The new MOU will be signed in a ceremony at the Department of State in Washington on Wednesday, at 2 PM local time.

Agreement Reached on PA $530 Million Electricity Debt

The agreement places full responsibility for electric bills collection on the PA, which in the past rejected its responsibility for the debt.

Crazy Eddie Innovator Eddie Antar Dead at 68

At its peak, the Crazy Eddie chain had 43 stores and reported more than $350 million in sales annually.

Consumer Confidence in Israel at -15%, on Upward Trend Since October 2015

Israel's consumer confidence is among the lowest in OECD countries, but in most of these countries, other than in Sweden, Denmark and Finland, consumer confidence has been negative.

Commuter Alert: 3 Tel Aviv Train Stations Close for 8 Days

The railroad system in the Tel Aviv area is getting a major overhaul -- and commuters must bite the bullet for the next eight days.

Ministerial Team Targets Personnel Shortage in High-Tech Sector

A high-level government task force is aiming to bring more new immigrants into the high-tech work force, while training veteran Israelis to enter the field as well.

Two Israeli Hackers Arrested for Grand Scale Denial of Service

The hackers have been themselves hacked "massively," revealing the identities of thousands of paying customers and the websites they wanted to target.

General Motors Recalling Vehicles Worldwide

General Motors is recalling some four million vehicles worldwide due to a defect that has caused at least one death so far. The company will update the computer software, free, to correct the problem.

World Vision Cancels Gaza Projects & Jobs After Longtime Hamas Stealing Exposed

World Vision International shuts down its Gaza project and lays off 120 Gaza employees, at least temporarily, after project head indictment shows millions redirected to Hamas.

Search & Recovery Ends as 3 More Bodies Pulled from Tel Aviv Parking Lot...

Search and rescue crews pulled the last three bodies from the wreckage of a collapsed underground parking lot being built in Tel Aviv.

Israeli Defense Companies Converge on Industry’s Next Big Market — Poland

IAI has already entered into an agreement with the Czech company Retia to produce air defense radar systems.

Haredi Interior Minister Plans Closing TA Businesses on Shabbat Save for 3 Malls

Deri's staff has also been instructed to craft an atomic solution, to be used only if the coalition is certain to collapse.

UK, Iran Exchange Ambassadors After 5-Year Hiatus

Iran regains international status and power as Britain re-installs an ambassador in Tehran, and accepts an Iranian ambassador in London.

Police Raid Netanya City Hall, Mayor to Be Questioned

Mayor Feirberg is the first female mayor elected in Netanya and one of very few women who have served as mayors in Israel.

Peres Interrupts Busy Schedule to Receive Pace Maker

Peres continued his full schedule prior to Monday's procedure and over the weekend participated in an economic conference on Lake Como, Italy.

Israel Railways Back on Track

The trains are running again and back on schedule, with infrastructure maintenance finished for the time being, according to Israel Railways.

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