Analysis: Trump’s Anti-Terror Plan Calls for Tough Immigrant Vetting, International Coalition Against ISIS [video]
There was absolutely no new policy idea in the Trump speech Monday night, but there was an implied promise to encourage all levels of law enforcement to be less restrained in pursuing their targets.
Famed Jewish actor Philip 'Fyvush' Finkel was born in Brownsville, NY. He brought to life several characters in 'Fiddler on the Roof.'
Malware was found on the payment processing system of more than dozen properties belonging to a US hotel and resort company.
A Washington DC think tank says nuclear weapons held at a US air base in Turkey are at high risk of being seized by the Ankara government.
British Airways is doing a little belt-tightening in the wake of Brexit, starting with meals on long-haul flights.
Yes, dear reader, there's an alliance between African Americans and Jews, there's a friendship and an affinity — they just don't exist on the extreme left of American politics. They probably never did.
The ad includes the slogan Stop Anti-Boycott Legislation and features a list of historic boycotts, including the Boston Tea Party, segregated buses in Montgomery in 1956, and South Africa's apartheid regime.
The F-35A Adir will be a significant addition to maintaining Israel’s qualitative military edge in the Middle East, with the advanced capability to defeat emerging threats, such as advanced missiles.
Between February and March of 2012 the two "Facebook victims" wired millions of dollars to an account set up by Weinstein and a co-conspirator.
Videos show police searching for the reported shooter and evacuating the terminal.
The new Jerusalem Lone Soldiers' Center officially opened on Michael Levin's 10th Yartzheit.
Smith claims the entire US aid deal with Israel is in violation of the Symington and Glenn amendments to the Foreign Aid Act of 1961.
Pollard's attorneys told the court their client was not a flight risk and that whatever secrets he knew of thirty years ago couldn't possibly have any value to anyone.
Chabad-Lubavitch yeshiva students will be able to finish their rabbinic studies before military service under a new agreement.
Google Maps never had a "Palestine" label -- it was "West Bank" and "Gaza Strip" -- and they were ACCIDENTALLY deleted.
The judge finally delayed the sentencing by one week, to give the prosecution a chance to check out Chai Lifeline.
Mind you, that purchase is yet to be made, and, judging by the Iron Dome's track record so far, the deal could still go south.
It isn't clear who is panicking more at the moment—Jerusalem or Washington—over the possibility that Turkey, a NATO member, would switch sides and coalesce with Russia and Iran.
Terrorists pick up weapons during a retreat by US forces in Afghanistan. It's not the first time. Israel is watching.
The drama with Delta Airlines is not yet over, with flight delays still taking place in airports around the world.
A young Orthodox Jewish athlete from New York has her sights set on qualifying for the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Iran has seized the opportunity to "help" Beirut when Saudi Arabia pulled its economic aid from Lebanon.
The US continues to arm Israel's enemies in the Middle East, including those directly on her borders.
Ahmadinejad describes the years of “oppression and cruelty by different American governments” against Iran, which merely held 52 Americans hostage for 444 days.
On Sunday, the White House staff let the Israelis know they were fuming, and unable to understand how Israel chooses to attack the president in the midst of negotiating the biggest military aid package.