US President Barack Obama is backpedaling on his objectives to "destroy" ISIS -- now he'll settle for "defeat" of the terror group.
ISIS claims an American female hostage being held by the group is dead after a Jordanian air strike - but the group shows no proof.
A judge in Germany convicted three German Palestinians for attacking a synagogue, but said they were bringing "attention to the Gaza confict," not anti-Semitic.
Two dozen Jerusalem Arab rioters attacked Jewish drivers and passengers with rocks Thursday between the neighborhoods of Abu Tor and Maaleh Zeitim. The mob escaped,...
ISIS in Gaza has joined Hamas and Fatah in silencing Palestinian journalists in Judea, Samaria and Gaza. Reporters are receiving death threats.
PM Netanyahu inscribed the final letters in a Torah scroll dedicated to the memory of the victims who died in last month's Paris terror attacks.
The terrorist tried to steal a policeman's gun.
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.
This week marks the 46th anniversary of the Supersol Agron bombing attack in Jerusalem. Two Jewish students died.
UK drops complaints against BBC reporter Tim Willcox over needling a French Jew at the Paris unity rally.
The father of the captive Jordanian pilot burned to death by ISIS terrorists offered condolences to his king, Abdullah II.
For the first time, the head of UNESCO has rejected an entry to the Memory of the World registry that passed its advisory board.
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Jordan's first response to the barbaric murder of its pilot was swift: two Al Qaeda convicts were executed by hanging at dawn.
Prosecutor Alberto Nisman drafted a warrant to arrest Pres. Fernandez before his death.
British PM David Cameron slammed ISIS for its "sickening" murder of a Jordanian pilot.
Mary McGowan Davis is expected to blindly continue where the biased William Schabas left off.
Jordan vows an "earth-shaking and decisive" response to the barbaric execution by ISIS of its pilot, Muath al-Kasaesbeh.
Jordan's King Abdullah II has cut short a visit to Washington and returned to Amman to deal with the ISIS murder of a Jordanian pilot.