U.S. Vice President Joe Biden left Washington for a 5-day trip to the Middle East Saturday night.
Bahrain has worked for a long time to persuade other Arab nations to blacklist Hezbollah and Iran.
Russia is punishing Iran for handing fancy weapons to Hezbollah, while Ankara cozies up to Tehran for trade.
The Turkish government seized control of the country's biggest-selling newspaper this weekend.
Electricity blackouts have been a frequent phenomenon during the 5-year Syrian civil war, and are usually blamed on rebels.
Testimony implies former Pres. Cristina Fernandez and her government may have murdered Alberto Nisman.
Thin rings indicate dry years while thick rings show years when water was plentiful.
At least 18 were killed in southern Syria close to the northern Israeli border in an attack on the FSA by radical Islamists.
The Gulf nations led by Saudi Arabia join the United States and European Union in declaring Hezbollah a terror group.
Newly released documents from Osama Bin Laden's hideout show he was trying to create more structure in Al Qaeda.
Israel's Prime Minister met with the new Egyptian Ambassador for private talks in the Knesset.
Media reports on the situation in Syria are mixed, as ever: the cease-fire is holding, but very shaky.
The new ISIS female commander is a Saudi woman who tweeted her intention to become a suicide bomber.
Every fourth person currently residing in Lebanon is a Syrian refugee, and Israel must brace itself for at least some of this new reality.
The two Jews "lauded the King’s relentless efforts to achieve peace and his vision to build a better future for the region’s people."
The election results could portend a very powerful future for Iran's current president.
Syrian activists fear Israel has sold UAVs to Russia, who then handed them over to the Assad regime.
Egypt's ambassador presented credentials in Israel, but a Cairo lawmaker got The Shoe for dining with Israel's envoy.
"The most important thing is that this country is run in modern democratic ways, as a state of institutions, laws, and a constitution."
The other question is how long until someone strikes the spark that ignites the conflagration -- the region is already in chaos.