Security personnel went north to check into an explosion on the border with Syria in the Golan Heights.
Cellcom Israel has closed a deal to purchase Golan Telecom for NIS 1.17b.
Angry shawarma vendors in Gaza are saying that Hamas operates on populist motives at their expense.
PLO official Saeb Erekat says the entity might withdraw its recognition of the State of Israel.
Security details are assigned to Israel's First Lady and the Agriculture Minister following a situation assessment and death threats.
His life is still at risk.
Intelligence officials say the Russian MetroJet plane crash in Sinai may have been caused by a terrorist bomb aboard the aircraft.
Sharks, bubble gum, uranium-tipped bullets, and now body parts...
This hearing focused on the US government’s failure to support American victims of IIslamist terror in their search for justice.
Student stabber shot on scene at University of California; will police be criticized as happens when Israel acts?
20 thousand copies in Arabic were distributed to the parents of schoolchildren in eastern Jerusalem.
He has been involved in fierce turf wars with competing Salafi teachers, who took advantage of his sudden fame
The police is treating the attack as a hate crime.
“Paul Ryan could potentially create a blank slate where he can have strong bipartisan support for Israel, which is the place we need to be.”
Less than two-thirds of Americans are "absolutely certain" that God exists. Millennials point to a godless future.
The terrorist was shot and neutralized.
Friends of the Lower East Side (FOTLES) and Lower East Side Preservation Initiative (LESPI) have organized to preserving the social, cultural and architectural legacy of the historic Lower East Side.
Israeli farmers in the Jordan Valley have shifted their sales to Russia, the US and Canada, and don’t bother being treated as second class vendors in Europe.
"The pause that refreshes" has developed an aftertaste in Israel. Coca-Cola's Central Bottling Company franchise in Israel has recalled tens of thousands of 1.5 liter...
Gag order released: A Gaza merchant was indicted for smuggling hundreds of tons of materials under the noses of UN inspectors.
The maverick GOP presidential candidate's tweet also showed Bush, whose wife is a Mexican, wearing a sombrero.
Hundreds of people have barricaded themselves in the Givat Ze'ev synagogue. Police tell court they cannot stop violence if wrecking ball starts to work.
The Palestinian Authority announces a new investment program in the terror stronghold of Hebron.
The Prosecution's office is overwhelmed with all the cases they suddenly need to deal with since the latest wave of terror began.
Israel is hit by another dust and sandstorm, raising the pollution level up to 30 times its normal level in some areas.