Haaretz smears U.S. terrorism expert for being a Republican and friend of Sheldon Adelson.
Leslie W., 48, and his partner Akiwa H., 56, are charged with having sold more than 88,000 pounds of non-kosher meat for a marked-up price.
The Rabbinical Council of America said that since the arrest last week of Rabbi Barry Freundel of Washington, DC, it has been working assiduously to address the many challenges that its members and their communities now face.
It was an outright miracle: a tiny teahouse in the pass, and the equivalent of a Sherpa Pony Express to deliver a call for help.
ISIS propaganda video warns “our grandchildren will sell your sons as slaves.”
Historians one day will ask why robots run the State Dept.
At least eight civilians were killed in US-led coalition air strikes against ISIS in a Syrian town near Deir el-Zour.
Hezbollah guerrillas are back on Israel's northern border even though they're busy in Syria. The question is what they're planning and when.
Let’s raise funds to send her to Syria where she can put some sense in her head, if it stays attached.
An Israeli and an Arab poll results after the war.
The long ordeal of the Armenian Orphan Rug, held hostage to fears of angering Turkey, has finally ended. Or has it?
Dr. Eli Harari will receive the U.S. National Medal of Technology and Innovation.
New York State Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz criticized the decision to not charge the suspect with a hate crime.
Former White House official Ron Klain has been tapped to coordinate the government’s response to the Ebola outbreak.
The mountain trek of a lifetime has ended for Israeli hiker Michal Gili Charkesky, whose body was recovered from the Himalayas.
Israel and Israelis play an important role in Google.
Yaakov Halul is Israel's first official Aramean.
This time the false alarm was really false.
Jews once thrived in the Shiloach area of old Jerusalem, known also as Silwan. Arabs and British came and drove them out. Now, they have returned.
Signs Point To Hamas Preparing For Future Conflict