Hunger strike not the first protest by Palestinian prisoners, but might be the first time they've stopped eating
A would-be Palestinian Authority terrorist was arraigned on Thursday at the Haifa District Court and changed with multiple counts of attempted murder, attempted kidnapping,...
Glossy new report worries that Israel losing support from Diaspora Jews; suggests abandoning Land of Israel to terrorists
Tenders went out for the construction of two new mikvahs (ritual baths) in the neighborhoods of Ma'aleh Zeitim and Nof Tzion.
Whether on or off the Temple Mount, the police just seem to love to arrest Rabbi Yehuda Glick.
It's a done deal: China's Bright Food group bought most shares of Israel's Tnuva conglomerate.
Uri Elitzur, the Editor of Makor Rishon and Sololov journalism prize winner, passed away on Thursday at age 68.
A missing 19 year old Jewish girl from Samaria has been found safe and sound.
Eight Ukraine security officers are dead and 18 hurt in clashes ahead of presidential elections.
An Islamic Jihad terrorist plot to kidnap an Israeli was foiled in a joint operation by the Shin Bet and Israel Police.
The Vatican has confirmed it has no plans to attempt a sovereignty grab at King David’s tomb, for now.
Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman hit back after calls from foreign leaders for a "thorough" probe of PA rioters' deaths.
European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton completes her term at the end of December this year.
Liberman said, to regain political support from the African states, Israel must invest resources and effort in that region.
The Israeli embassy in Belgrade airlifted essential medicine and equipment to regions that were cut off due to heavy rainfall.
The UCLA judicial board handed Students for Justice in Palestine the latest in a string of defeats.
Stanley Fischer was confirmed as a member of the Federal Reserve, clearing the way for the former Bank of Israel governor to become the Fed’s vice chairman.
"Bring you own popcorn," says Minister Naftali Bennett on his Facebook page after the Knesset bill passed the popcorn bill.
Israeli authorities obsessed with conflating graffiti with terrorist attacks have distributed restraining orders to an unknown number of right-wing activists they suspect might disrupt the Pope's visit to Israel.
Silvan Shalom has droped out of the race for President of Israel, according to a Jerusalem Post report. Shalom decided that he did not...