Jerry Seinfeld will be performing a stand-up comedy show in Israel on December 19, in Tel Aviv. His visit to Israel is part of a...
PM Netanyahu has canceled a state visit to Germany due to the tense security situation at home in Israel.
And some good news: Bon Jovi played Tel Aviv on Saturday night to tens of thousands of fans.
The New York Times' editorial Thursday uncharacteristically criticized Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas.
While being questioned at Nuremberg, Göring was “humble” about having pulled off one of the most extensive theft of artwork in history...
YouTube videos feature Sondik on the street singing Chassidic style tunes.
“Demon” is a take on the famous figure of Jewish folklore—the dybbuk.
No fewer than two helicopters and six unmanned drones will patrol over the event, to actively challenge any media chopper that may attempt to snap the ceremony.
Under proposed new legislation, anyone who participates in an anti-Israel boycott will not be allowed to enter the Jewish State.
Tickets now on sale for Oct. 1 show at Jerusalem International Convention Center
The Israel Pavilion at IBC 2015 in Amsterdam will close for Sabbath and Rosh Hashana, Economy Minister Arye Deri announced.
The project focuses on lower-league soccer throughout Israel, emphasizing how Muslim, Christian and Jewish communities come together through the game.
An extremely rare sarcophagus has been uncovered at a building site in Ashkelon.
Barenboim rejected from Iran because he's a "Zionist". The irony is overwhelming.
Iranian born Tennor Ramtin Ghazavi, a frequent performer at Italy's La Scala, on Tuesday told San Jose Mercury News that the Islamic revolution that removed the Shah in 1979 "takes a dim view" of most musical forms, including opera.
Mayim Bialik showed her support for Israel during 2014’s Operation Protective Edge, and commented on the verbal abuse she received for her position.
Stern hates Judaism but loves Israel and loves Trump.
Israeli leaders are furious that plans for a military strike on Iran in 2012 were publicly revealed by former DM Ehud Barak.
Matisyahu answered all the antisemites and BDS supporters at the Sunsplash Festival with his rendition of "If I Forget Thee O' Jerusalem."
Late Tuesday, Spain's foreign ministry said the request from the festival for the singer to confess his politics or be booted was an "act that violates the conscience" and "put into question the principle of non-discrimination."