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Swiss Ambassador Portrays U.S. and Iran as doves of peace defecating on Netanyahu.
Israel's government cabinet passed the controversial gas deal on Sunday afternoon.
The Da’esh (ISIS) terrorist organization allegedly is plotting to target Britain’s Queen Elizabeth next weekend.
The Israeli cabinet has passed the 2015-2016 budget, with the abstention of Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon.
Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon says he's ready to present the new state budget to the cabinet Wednesday.
The personal data of every US federal employee, retired and current, past and present, has been stolen.
Visiting U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey said Thursday morning with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, "The greatest gift has...
Cyber terrorists have struck again, this time hacking into two major US government departments, affecting 4 million workers.
PM Netanyahu warns Israelis the rising risks of Iranian proxy attacks are "piling up," as the US hurtles towards a "bad deal" with Tehran.
PM Netanyahu warns an international effort to delegitimize Israel will be an existential threat.
Perhaps surprisingly, the Netanyahu government voted Wednesday to form a new ministerial committee on Arab affairs.
AIPAC opposes amendments to the Iran Nuclear Agreement Act, to ensure bipartisan support and passage of the bill.
PM Netanyahu warns that world powers are ignoring Iran's increased aggression in the Middle East.
US President Obama seems to want to pick a potentially deadly fight with Israel; now Israelis fear an American president for the first time, Fox News reports.
Three Israeli foreign service personnel were abruptly suspended this week; two were recalled for unprofessionalism abroad.
Israeli government officials gathered for a final run-through Tuesday in Jerusalem to prepare for Epic Snowstorm 2.0, slated to hit Wednesday.
The coalition likes to survive by blood-letting.
Interior Minister Gideon Sa'ar is making his final preparations to step down from his post, and out of government.
Israel’s cabinet stiffened the penalty for rock attacks against motor vehicles.
Finance Minister Yair Lapid refuses to raise taxes and won't let defense budget demands turn into a 'Turkish bazaar.'
The government tells Israeli southerners it's safe to go home; but the cease fire is set to end in two days. Then what happens?
MK Moshe Feiglin, head of the Likud's Manhigut Yehudi faction, has joined the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee.