Aaron is a plumber, Tracie, a former National Guard member, wants to volunteer in the IDF.
Alon Day will be the first Israeli ever to compete in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, a top NASCAR touring series.
"Our roots trace back to here . . . Not far from here the Children of Israel entered the Promised Land."
J Street claims that its rejection from the Conference of Presidents is proof its voice is needed.
People formed a human chain in Tel Aviv from the US Embassy to the Russian Embassy to call for an end to slaughter in Syria.
“Graves that have stood the test of time for 4,000 years are now about to be destroyed.”
Last week, a Knesset committee debated a bill proposed by two ultra-Orthodox coalition partners determining that use of public mikvahs will be conducted strictly according to halakha.
Nevertheless, “We cannot ignore the fear that in other countries extreme parties will join the government based on the Austrian model,” the rabbi warned.
Engaged Jewish couples can enter to win a prayer shawl tied with the ancient "ptil tekhelet" blue woolen thread.
If the Palestinian Authority is ignoring the Oslo Accords, why is Israel still moving forward with goodwill gestures to Ramallah?
A Jewish professor of economics has won half of this year's Nobel Prize in Economics.
Shiloh, in Samaria, was the site of the first Tabernacle in Israel. Archaeologists now have found evidence that after Shilo was destroyed and Jews returned, they sacrificed even during the First Temple period.
Thousands of Jews from around Israel and elsewhere will sing and dance their way around the Old City's gates.
"Thank you Billy for reminding people what was ... so it may never ever be again," Joel's ex-wife, Christie Brinkley wrote.
A global forum on anti-Semitism marks the 22nd anniversary of the terror attack on the AMIA Jewish Center.
An intelligence tip led to the capture of a 22-year-old terror suspect planning a deadly stabbing attack.
“During this Passover season, ours is a story that carries a message of hope for everyone.”
Arab terrorists have again burned sacred items belonging to the Jews of Karmei Tzur in Judea.
The boundary, enabling Jewish students to carry on Shabbat, will be made of plastic "lechies" on utility poles.
PM Netanyahu says the second UNESCO resolution adopted on Jerusalem is more "theater of the absurd."
More troubling is the oblique Turkish government sponsorship of the violence against the Istanbul synagogue.
Israel’s Supreme Court has suspended a Rabbinical Court (Beit Din) order that a woman in divorce proceedings allow her baby son, now one year...
"I had not moved away even one step, but someone pulled at my sleeve and asked me to join the minyan. I put on a hat and joined them for the Mincha prayer. I had arrived."
The proceeds from the property sale may not be used cover the synagogue's financial needs.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara visited the British Library in London Thursday night and viewed the original Balfour Declaration, in which...