The UN envoy to the Middle East is once again equating Arab violence against Israelis with IDF defense against stabbings.
French President Francois Hollande tells a gathering that France doesn't have enough resources to prevent, let alone fight, the terror in its midst.
Ahmad Khan Rahami has been identified as the Chelsea terrorist whose bombing hurt 29 people. He is now in custody.
The SPD is expected to form a new regional coalition government with the Left and the Greens, who suffered a 2.5% drop to 15.1%.
London's first Muslim mayor is a smashing success on his interfaith tour in the US, including at two synagogues.
PM Netanyahu orders increased forces at Temple Mount and in Old City before he leaves for New York to meet with Pres. Obama.
This week's meeting between PM Netanyahu and Pres. Obama is also likely to be their last face-to-face discussion about the "two-state solution."
Lady Meyer was a socially concerned philanthropist supporting working class women, underprivileged families, and women’s suffrage.
It's not clear who killed 80 Syrian soldiers but the US-Russian ceasefire is crumbling. Israel's deployed the Iron Dome.
He joined an estimated 100 thousand Brits who have embraced the religion of Mohammad, including, possibly, the late Sir Winston Churchill.
Israel strengthens relations with the African nation of Senegal through respectful aid to its needy on holidays.
UN Secy-Gen Ban expressed "outrage" at PM Netanyahu's "ethnic cleansing" video, but called PA glorification of terrorists "disgraceful."
Eighty thousand Aleppo residents starve as their fate is determined by which side blinks first in a game of chicken played in a ceasefire.
TEVA and INTEL are teaming on a new joint technology project designed to help relieve the suffering of patients with Huntington's disease.
It's that time of year again, when pro-Gaza groups get antsy and they just have to launch a flotilla. This time, it's the women.
Unlikely art exhibit draws world attention to fallen Israeli soldiers held by Hamas
A group of UNIFIL soldiers were rushed to a field hospital in southern Lebanon after their vehicle blew up when it hit a landmine while on patrol.
This is the story of how a handful of young Hassidim set out to build a global communications network in the era before Periscope, Skype, VoIP, or even satellite or Cable TV.
The famed Great Synagogue of Pilsen is returning to Jewish hands and hearts after 20 years as a Czech concert hall and art museum.
rime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and his Luxembourg counterpart Xavier Bettel toasted strong diplomatic ties between the two countries Monday and pledged to build on an already strong economic relationship.
Over 20 religious leaders from east Asia arrived in Israel Monday for a four-day summit in Jerusalem.
Danon complained that most of the speakers at the event are known for their anti-Israel views.
For more than two years, the Living Memorial has served as a site for regular talks, lectures, discussions groups, musical performances and commemorations.
A petition to "Stop Quebec Bill 59" says the bill "criminalizes criticism of Islam and anything considered an Islamic practice (Honor killings, honor rape, female genital mutilation, female oppression, and beating of wives and children)."
The hackers have been themselves hacked "massively," revealing the identities of thousands of paying customers and the websites they wanted to target.