Candidates from the top five Israeli parties addressed Anglo voters in Jerusalem on Wednesday; the big 'hot button' was Iran and the PM's speech to Congress next week.
Americans are split over whether to support a new Arab country called "Palestine" inside Israel's current borders, a new Gallup poll shows.
The Obama Administration has been taken aback by news stories detailing its anticipated deal with Iran over the latter's nuclear program.
Lithuania decides to restore mandatory military service for males ages 19-27, as Ukraine fights to keep its independence.
Some US news teams ask whether PM Netanyahu misled the UN on Iran's ability to build a nuclear weapon.
Israel's Foreign Minister hails NY court decision for Israeli victims of terror against Palestinian Arab terrorists.
US media suddenly backs off on story about a top secret parallel nuclear development site. Why?
Five unidentified drones flew over key landmarks -- and the US Embassy -- in Paris overnight and early Tuesday morning. French officials are concerned.
A multi-car passenger train has derailed north of Los Angeles after hitting a truck in Ventura County, injuring at least 30 people.
NYC Councilman Greenfield stood his ground and walked into the consulate with his kippa on his head.
They rely on a verse from Jeremiah - "Seek the welfare of the city."
Details of the negotiations with Iran reveal Bibi's warnings correct: this is a very bad deal.
More than 1,500 Jewish teens and 100 Chabad rabbis who head teen programs around the world are set to arrive in Brooklyn on Feb. 27 for an international CTeen convention.
The head of the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security tells shoppers to "stay vigilant" after a video call for jihad targets the Mall of America in Bloomington, MN -- the country's largest shopping center.
Anti-Semitism on U.S. campuses is widespread, perhaps because Jews are not seen as legitimate victims.
A Canadian Jewish-Iranian business family is not waiting for a terror attack before securing the West Edmonton mall after an Al Qaeda 'call to jihad' from Somalia's al-Shabaab.
The Al Qaeda-linked al-Shabaab terror group in Somalia has called on Muslims in the US, UK & Canada to attack Jewish-owned shopping malls.
Netanyahu warns Iran is opening a Third Front against Israel with Hezbollah in southern Syria
New York City's food cart turf wars are tough enough without trying to turn them into the Middle East conflict.
The ISIS leads the list of critical threats. The Arab-Israeli conflict is in sixth place.
“Regretfully our president is the Neville Chamberlain of our day – he doesn’t know how to handle evil,” commented Pittenger, “Netanyahu is Winston Churchill – and the American public deserves to hear his point of view as the prime minister of the country that sits in the heart of it all.”
The US constantly badgers Israel to reward Abbas for joining ICC by forking over tax revenues.
The president may schedule high-profile interviews while Netanyahu visits. Who, if anyone, will address AIPAC?
Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Qatar and the UAE, led by Sunni Muslims, share Netanyahu's fear of Obama making a bad deal with the Shi'ite regime.
Cong. Dennis Ross (R-FL) and Cong. Robert Pittenger (R-NC) visit Israel and hear about the peace before Oslo.