The Palestinian Authority complains to the UN after Israel withholds tax money as partial payment for a huge electricity bill.
Herzog and Livni discovered some of their voters don't want to vote for a Zionist party.
Israeli government officials gathered for a final run-through Tuesday in Jerusalem to prepare for Epic Snowstorm 2.0, slated to hit Wednesday.
First time ever, Egypt's Pres. el-Sisi attends Coptic Christmas mass at Cairo Abbasiya Cathedral, says all Egyptians "one hand."
Hamas denies reports the group's political bureau chief, Khaled Mashaal, was expelled by long-time patron, Qatar.
But wouldn’t doing so “raise tensions?”
The Declaration of Independence is the first document reflecting Jewish sovereignty since the time of the Hashmonean kingdom.
Three life terms in prison makes parole less likely. He will stay in jail – unless Israel frees him in exchange for a peace process.
MK David Rotem (Yisrael Beitienu) announced today that he is retiring from politics.
El Al flight to NY cancelled Monday morning due to labor dispute; weather about to play havoc for Israeli air travel.
Last year's December snow, which fell over four days, from December 10--14, was considered a national disaster in Jerusalem, having forced the city’s shops, businesses, schools and roadways to shut down, accumulating up to NIS 300 million in losses.
Israeli diamond exports were slightly higher in 2014 despite the challenges faced by the industry.
MK Moshe Feiglin’s Likud resignation speech at the Jerusalem Convention Hall Conference
Egypt is doubling its buffer zone along the border with Gaza as it continues its war on terror.
Moshe Feiglin announced this evening, in response to the Likud election results....
Jury selection is the first stage of the trial against Dzokhar Tsarnaev for the Boston Marathon bombings and aftermath. It starts Jan. 5, 2015.
Eida Hareidit supports punishment for using civil courts.
Historical academic association rejects effort to castigate Israel for allegedly denying Arabs "academic freedom" and "right to education."
Snow may fall, but not accumulate, in areas as low as Modi’in.
The two brothers who survived the family catastrophe now have a baby brother.