The terrorist tried to steal a policeman's gun.
Western leaders are heading to Ukraine and then to Moscow to try to stop the war.
Jordan renewed bombing of suspected Islamic State (ISIS) sites in Syria Thursday, two days after the terrorist organization burned alive a captured Jordanian pilot...
The women may be the fugitive husband of the murdered of four Jews in the attack on a kosher deli.
The trend in the polls is clear - the next government will not be muscled by the left.
The problem with liars is that you never know when they are telling the truth.
Hackers broke into the computer system at Anthem, the second largest healthcare firm in the US. Some 80 million people are affected by the breach.
Three Israeli foreign service personnel were abruptly suspended this week; two were recalled for unprofessionalism abroad.
The UN has added a second panel to "investigate" Israel's role in defending itself against terror attacks, this time in the north.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu sends condolences to Jordan over grisly murder of air force pilot by ISIS; warns Iran would give nuclear weapons to terrorists.
Arab and Kurdish reports say the Jordanian Air Force struck in Mosul, Iraq, killing dozens of ISIS terrorists.
Ex-NYPD cop sues for anti-Semitism, - including Nazi and "oven" jokes - in the police force.
This week marks the 46th anniversary of the Supersol Agron bombing attack in Jerusalem. Two Jewish students died.
"Shechita UK" lashes out against right-wing UKIP for backing a ban on non-stun slaughter in Britain, hurting Jews and Muslims.
Britain's right-wing UK Independence Party has outraged Jews by announcing it is backing a ban on shechita, a reversal of its prior policy.
In honor of Tu B'Shevat, youth volunteering with Leket Israel, are picking excess fruit remaining on trees in people's private gardens to give to the poor.
Note also the response to the speech by the top Democrats in the House and Senate, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid, both of whom have been outspoken in their criticism of Netanyahu’s upcoming visit.
A female IDF officer was injured by a landmine explosion on the Golan Heights on Wednesday.
UK drops complaints against BBC reporter Tim Willcox over needling a French Jew at the Paris unity rally.
Sir Martin's Atlas of the Arab-Israeli Conflict can be found on many Jewish bookshelves.
The father of the captive Jordanian pilot burned to death by ISIS terrorists offered condolences to his king, Abdullah II.
At least four people were killed and more wounded when a hospital in Donetsk, Ukraine was shelled at noon today.
For the first time, the head of UNESCO has rejected an entry to the Memory of the World registry that passed its advisory board.
What lawyer do you know charges only $1300 for a 7 page legal brief in an esoteric field of expertise of international law?
Jordan's first response to the barbaric murder of its pilot was swift: two Al Qaeda convicts were executed by hanging at dawn.