World leaders are condemning the beheading of a British aid worker by the global Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terror organization.
The U.S. State Department has attacked its ally, Israel, for returning fire in combat with Hamas near UNWRA facilities.
Despite the vote's difficult timing for observant Jews, a number of pro-Israel groups also turned out to support CUNY students and faculty who opposed the resolution.
Kerry and the CIA love Majid Faras. That means trouble for Israel.
Trump made his offer after the President was turned away from multiple golf courses.
A Russian foreign ministry spokesman said any US air strike, without the backing of the UN, would be "an act of aggression".
Vandals attacked two synagogues and a supermarket this week. One person has been arrested.
Anti-Israel activists at City University of New York have scheduled a vote on a divestment resolution for Friday night, when observant Jews can't attend.
Is the site of Ground Zero sacred ground? Is the site of any deadly attack sacred? If so, most of Gaza and Lebanon can now be considered holy. . .
Jerusalem district firefighters and rescue volunteers, alongside U.S. Marines and families of 9/11 victims, marked the 13th anniversary 9/11 in a special ceremony held in the Jerusalem Hills.
The US State Department has renewed its warning to American citizens against traveling to Israel on the eve of 9/11, prior to the Jewish high holy days.
Sen. Ted Cruz walks out on a Christian audience which booed his support for Israel.
US President Barack Obama says America is going to war against ISIS in Iraq and Syria -- but "no boots on the ground."
Israel's PM Netanyahu met with top brass as US Pres. Obama prepared to address his nation on plans to fight the growing Islamic State terror group.
A Michigan high school stopped a military dad from entering the building because his uniform "might offend" some students.
The upgraded Arrow 2 anti-ballistic missile system performed as planned Tuesday at an intercept test over the Mediterranean Sea.
The Sotloff family believes this administration treated them poorly and it is now attempting to recast what happened.
Israel finally is feeling its oats and going on a diplomatic offensive, without apologies, excuses and foot-kissing.
Makovsky joins Mitchell, Indyk and a host of others who fled Kerry’s sinking ship.
Why are new homes for Jews an “obstacle to peace” and homes for Arabs “a step forward in the peace process”?