Jewish children and their families in Lugansk were witness to a Passover a miracle this year.
Sirens were heard across the country at 10 a.m., when people were asked to stand, or stop their cars, in memory of 6 million...
The court unanimously rejected petitions against the Israeli law prohibiting boycotts on Israeli products.
Anti-Semitic vandals scrawled a swastika on a wall at Northwestern University and also included Afro-Americans in their hate messages by posting derogatory slogans. University police...
The Elbit system can pinpoint where terror tunnels are being dug.
The rain is strong, the fire department had to rescue people who got stuck in their cars.
One of the two victims hit by a car has died. The Shabak suspect it was a vehicular terror attack.
Suspected vehicular terrorist attack in Jerusalem neighborhood; two seriously wounded.
The US is removing Cuba from list of state sponsors of terrorism. But Cuba's recent BFF, Iran, doesn't have such a clean record.
United Hatzalah program honors our survivors, war veterans with specialized medical care
Pardon our disappearance, the JewishPress.com website was hacked overnight.
Congressional oversight of Iran bill unanimously passes Committee, President no longer threatens veto.
This is part of a series of steps designed to relax access restrictions on Palestinian Authority citizens. Hopefully it won't blow up on us.
With latest compromises, Congressional oversight of Iran deal believed to be solidly veto-proof.
If the Palestinian Authority cannot control security for its own people. how can it protect Israel from terrorists?
"Rabbi of Celebrities" Yoshiyahu Pinto pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges of bribery, attempted bribery and obstruction of justice. He arrived at the Tel Aviv District...
The Jerusalem District Court Monday sentenced four teenage boys from Arad and Judea and Samaria to three months of community service for setting fire...
Bar-Ilan University released the research report the evening before Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Kerry clinched the deal, expresses "concern" over sale of S-300 missiles but says it won’t affect a final agreement.
The hand-written notebook belonging to British World War II "Enigma" code-breaker Alan Turing sells for $1M at auction.