Police in Chicago have labeled the attack as a hate crime.
And not one word, once again, from the White House Spokesman, about any 'two-state solution,' thank you very much.
Shaked says it's time to build a new town.
For the first time in many years, the White House released a statement regarding Jewish settlements, without the adjectives illegal or illegitimate next to it.
And so, the hysterically funny Sarah Silverman is now forever branded with her link to fascistic goon squads using violence to blow up events to which they object.
'This will lead to new discrimination. It will reflect very negatively on minorities.'
The President welcomed Robbins warmly and thanked him for providing opportunities for Israelis across the country.
Israel should pay close attention, seeing as it is one of Lockheed Martin's biggest customers for the F-35s.
The European Union is working to remain united after Brexit, and what it perceives as a threat in US Pres. Trump's new unpredictable foreign policies.
Mexico's president was polite when speaking with President Rivlin by phone but clear that his country is not likely to 'forgive and forget' so fast.
This is the third wave of phoned-in bomb threats to Jewish community centers in the United States this month.
Israeli startup StemRad has designed a vest that not only protects against gamma rays in space, but also can be used here on Earth.
The clarification issued by the US Embassy in Tel Aviv says Israeli passport holders born in Arab nations but without Arab passports are A-OK.
A UN Security Council resolution compels Iran to stop any activity related to ballistic missiles 'designed to be capable of delivering nuclear weapons.'
At 9 PM, Dana J. Boente, United States attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, was sworn in as Yates' replacement, but not before he reportedly pledged to 'defend and enforce the laws of our country.'
Jordan's King Abdullah II was the first foreign leader to visit the residence of Vice President Mike Pence in Washington DC.
PM Netanyahu is to meet with U.S. President Trump in two weeks at the White House.
The Department of Homeland Security says it will 'continue to enforce all of the president's Executive Orders."
State University of New York officials are trying to deal with the unexpected effects of Trump's order on the system's 64 campuses with their 320 students from the seven forbidden countries.
People with green cards will be able to enter the U.S. but will have to go through "routine re-screening."