A beachcomber discovered a live mortar shell on Poleg Beach near Netanya, but sappers decided it was too unstable to move, so they detonated it at the site.
For the first time in U.S. history, a Chassidic woman wins a Brooklyn election, against a man, to become a New York Civil Court judge.
The long-awaited, deeply delightful, hugely majestic classical rock band 'Queen' performed in Tel Aviv's Yarkon Park at last. All is right with the musical world.
The railroad system in the Tel Aviv area is getting a major overhaul -- and commuters must bite the bullet for the next eight days.
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.
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.
One of the suspects is contractor and developer Avraham T'shuva, the brother of natural gas and real estate tycoon Itzhak T'shuva.
Advocates, lawmakers and educators are banding together to call for Halal and Kosher lunch options for students in New York City public schools.
Lithuanians marked the 75th anniversary of the massacre of Jews in Moletai by Nazis and local collaborators during World War II.
The public transportation system in Haifa is about to undergo a major expansion, radically improving access in the city.
Four firefighting planes and five units fought the fire in Bara'am Forest in northern Israel.
A young Orthodox Jewish athlete from New York has her sights set on qualifying for the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo.
According to the union, the Shabbat protocol will permit landings of already scheduled flights from abroad, but no takeoffs.
Rabbi Haskel Lookstein has backed out of offering the convocation for the Republication Convention.
“Investors should be able to trust that their hard-earned money is being is properly managed and is not being pocketed for personal use,” said Schneiderman in a prepared statement.
The special crew will enhance the hospital's ability to offer first response at a fire event and be able to effect an organized handing over control of the scene once the firefighters arrive on the scene.
A witty Hebrew-language Honda commercial plays on the Israeli funny bone but may be too controversial for the market.
“We took on this initiative with the understanding that normal life, which is what we aspire for here, cannot exist if we feel that we are living in a bunker and with an atmosphere of having to defend ourselves."
Visual storyteller and photographer Udi Goren tells the tale of Israel through the lens of his camera.
Two teens in Brooklyn yelled slurs against Jews. One threw a rock at a Jewish driver, breaking the car window.