GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump reported for jury duty Monday in New York.
GOP presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee is set to arrive in Israel on Tuesday.
Sanders is leading Clinton by 44-37 percent among the 442 New Hampshire likely Democratic primary voters.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center issued a strongly worded statement calling on the White House and Democratic and Republican leaders in Congress to denounce attacks on Senator Chuck Schumer and others who criticize the Iran nuclear deal.
Former US President Jimmy Carter, 90, announces he has been diagnosed with spreading cancer.
Israel’s Supreme Court, in a nine-Justice panel, ended a five-year struggle over the right of asylum seekers and/or illegal migrant workers to gain entry into the Jewish State.
Nine homes in the Derech Ha'Avot community in Gush Etzion are challenged in a court petition by leftist Yesh Din.
The Obama administration has asked a federal judge in US District Court in New York to waive bond for the PA and PLO.
Fiamma Nirenstein made Aliyah to Israel in 2013.
The Knesset Economics Committee threatens the Finance Ministry with dark TV screens in a "reminder" letter over the Israel Broadcasting Corp. budget.
Schumer’s people are saying now that Obama’s people violated a private agreement and leaked the news out when they figured it would get as little attention as possible.
MoveOn says it will withhold campaign support from Sen. Chuck Schumer over IranDeal.
Labor MKs described threats from party activists, who promised political damage to MKs who chose not to tow the party line on this issue...
Schumer’s states, “Advocates on both sides have strong cases for their point of view that cannot simply be dismissed.”
The politics in Arad are getting dirty.
Shaked is trying to fix the problem, but the Left see it as an attack on their power base.
A delegation of House Democrats met Wednesday with President Reuven Rivlin in Jerusalem.
The Bayit Yehudi party files a criminal complaint over threats posted on chairman Naftali Bennett's Facebook page.
The Senator said he would discuss gun control, or anything else, really, just not how he would vote on the Iran nuclear deal.
A German neo-Nazi politician is accepted to the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee.