Now Kerry can concenrate on makes problems elsewhere.
In Lebanon, silence after two days of heavy fighting between ISIS-linked gunmen and the army.
A family riding in their car through eastern Jerusalem came under attack by a gang of Arabs hurling rocks Monday morning.
The Jewish Agency Board of Governors shows its support by holding its annual meeting in southern Israel.
Keren Yemima discovered she was descended from Conversos. This discovery prompted her to move to Israel and return to the Jewish People.
Senior govt ministers warn PM Netanyahu he will inflame US tempers by lifting building freeze.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu authorizes plans for housing and other projects in Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem.
Israel's Knesset is locked in a power struggle with the High Court of Justice over illegal African migration.
Student groups hosted at least 374 anti-Israel events during the 2013-2014 academic year, with about 40 percent of them focused on how to initiate Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaigns on campus.
This winter session is not expected to be an easy one for the government.
The funeral was delayed an hour due to the funeral of the terrorist and its associated riots.
Kiryat Arba-Hebron Chief Rabbi Dov Lior is reportedly stepping down and moving to the Jerusalem neighborhood of Beit Orot.
SodaStream's stock price bubbled up, after fizzing out for a while, when they announced they will be doing a 10 week trial with Pepsi.
In death, many things become clear. Including a U.S. Arab teen's terrorist membership.
Reports that the Defense Minister banned PA Arabs from sharing buses with Israelis on either side of the Green Line are patently false.
Vehicular terrorist murderer will be buried tonight in Jerusalem; family proudly displays his "shaheed" photo.
A second victim of the Jerusalem Light Rail platform terror attack has died.
Arab road violence strikes Israel's capital again, this time with attackers hurling rocks at a bus and another vehicle in eastern Jerusalem.
President Reuven Rivlin makes history as Israel's first sitting president to participate in Kafr Kassem's massacre memorial ceremony.
Today Tunisians select 217 legislators out of 13,000 candidates for their new parliament in a national election. Next month, the presidential vote.