A top Israeli medical scientist receives an award for work that may help women with placenta problems give birth to healthy children.
Arab terrorists from Jerusalem and surrounds are trying hard to frighten Jews from moving into new neighborhoods in the area.
The proposed Knesset "Ouster Law" is headed for its first reading on the floor of the Israeli parliament.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's former chief of staff is questioned about his boss under caution a second time.
President Reuven Rivlin and his counterpart from Uruguay enjoyed a cordial conversation in Jerusalem, agreeing on numerous points.
Shira's father said that "such a clear, strong, firm, and public official statement calling for moderation, tolerance, and acceptance of others is something that the State of Israel needs today maybe more than anything."
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The train guard describes, in his own words, how he captured the terrorist...
Three pipe bombs were found inside the bag, connected to an ignition wire, a cellphone, and knives.
The alert guards stopped a major terror attack from succeeding.
The man raised the suspicion of train security guards who checked his bag and found the bombs inside.
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Republicans in both houses have launched parallel efforts to compel the State Department to go on the record with who qualifies as a “Palestinian refugee.”
The cops could not tell a photoshopped image from the real thing, and warned Brosh to cease and desist his subversive activities.
With so much peace and love, how could Israel refuse entry to Shifa al-Qudsi who merely asks Israel to continue her unconsummated suicide bombing through non-violent action?
The saga of Israeli validation of conversions performed abroad by Orthodox rabbis continues and moves to the next level.
UN Secy-Gen Ban Ki-moon is unhappy with everyone: Israel, Ramallah and Gaza, when talking about the Middle East.
The Republican party doesn't match the anti-Israel party portrait peddled by so many for so long.
The Muslims at the site cursed out the group and made repeated references to Allah, who is, they said, great.