State lawmakers in Tennessee have voted to designate the Bible as the official state book.
NYPD has become tangled in a corruption probe involving the city's mayor and local business people.
Donald Trump's son-in-law is also apparently his quiet, unofficial Number One campaign adviser.
The Vizhnitzer Rebbe, Rabbi Mordechai Hager, shlita, has been hospitalized at Mt. Sinai Medical Center.
I and members of Congress are working and fighting vigorously with every discovery of BDS and boycott of Israel, Ryan emphasized.
Bernie did come close to using the H word for political profit on Saturday.
NYC gives $500K to an organization serving few and run by a Zionist-hating anti-Israel violence promoter.
The new F-35 fighter jet is supposed to arrive in Israel towards the end of 2016, but there are quality assurance issues.
World leaders gathered Friday to strategize on how to deal with the threat of a nuclear attack by ISIS.
The audio of Hollande saying the words “Islamist terrorism” in French has also been edited.
Rather than collect income tax on Israeli ads that appear on Google, Israel would like to collect the VAT on purchases Israelis make from, say, Amazon.
The German weekly 'Der Spiegel' again outs its country's spy agency for spying. This time Israel was included.
U.S. says Iran's banking system is a major money laundering operation, so US is giving it access to US dollars. Huh?
I fully expect that next year’s Policy Conference, 50 years after the Six Day War, will include panels discussing serious alternatives to the Two-State Solution.
Turkish President Erdogan's security team sadly proved the barbaric names his administration has earned.
Attorney David Toren is hunting for two museum-quality paintings stolen from his family by the Nazis.
"We consistently raise our staunch opposition to the council’s bias against Israel."
Syrian Pres. Assad still thinks he can build a unity government, but the US and Russia agree he's got to go for unity to start.
US Secy of State John Kerry met "briefly" in Washington with his Egyptian counterypart and with Turkey's president, but said little of substance.
“Where is the concern for the human rights of the many Israelis who’ve been murdered and maimed by these savage terrorists?" Netanyahu asked.
Jewish baseball fans can slake that thirst for knowledge at last at the brand-new Jewish Baseball Museum, online.
Despite his professed friendship with the late Israeli prime minister Yizthak Rabin, Patrick Leahy is possibly the most vehemently anti-Israeli Senator.
Anti-Semitic vandalism has spread to the University of Buffalo, where one scrawl was unmentionable.
"Jews don’t care what religions other people are, and would never deny others the right to worship,” Barr said.
A Cuban Jewish leader says there is no security problem for the community in the island nation.