Gov. Mike Pence celebrated Christmas in Israel and staked his credentials for a possible run at the presidency.
The Flemish Minister for Animal Welfare Ben Weyts has reversed his call for a ban on Jewish ritual slaughter in Belgium.
Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu competed with others Tuesday in the fifth International Bible Quiz in Jerusalem.
The plot thickens as North Korea's Internet apparently goes offline, and Anonymous hackers enter the Sony cyber saga.
India may pull its vote in favor of the PA resolution before the UN Security Council and instead choosing abstention.
Elections, and not Netanyahu, raised the minimum wage.
Harvard announced it will "look into" its boycott of SodaStream. But will it remove the boycott?
FM Avigdor Liberman refuses meeting in Jerusalem with Swedish counterpart over PA recognition.
Jeb Bush announced his intention to “actively” explore the presidency in a Christmas and Hanukkah greeting message. “Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah!” the former Florida...
UCalifornia union passes empty BDS resolution, but triggers "no politics in classroom" policy - win for Israel!
Israel's Foreign Ministry slams a non-binding vote by Irish lawmakers to recognize the "State of Palestine."
The High Court rejected Israeli Arab MK Zoabi's appeal to revoke a 6-month ban barring her from Knesset activity.
Chabad officials reveal the "770" stabber kept saying "Kill the Jews." Community and city leaders urge residents to stay "calm" and "keep the peace."
A Newsweek article riddled with fabrications, errors and Palestinian Arab propaganda
After 22 years in politics, Likud Minister Limor Livnat announced her retirement.
Terrorism ties led UK to strip British family of citizenship
Israel's prime minister and a major American Jewish umbrella organization call for the release of former agent Jonathan Pollard after his collapse in prison.
Bayit Yehudi party chairman Naftali Bennett says he and PM Netanyahu agreed to a truce during Israei's upcoming campaign.
OUTRAGEOUS: UNRWA call for boycott of Israeli newspaper may also violate State Dept. neutrality agreement
Unlike normal MKs who receive death threats for their connection to the Temple Mount, Eli Yishai was threatened to be stabbed if he left the Shas party.