WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump is considering recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, a move that could upend decades of American policy and ratchet up Middle East tensions, but is expected to again delay his campaign promise to move the U

Trump weighs recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital: officials


Businessman who gave Netanyahu gifts gave a statement to police in Australia, deterring Israeli investigations

Netanyahu’s police probe hindered by Australian’s testimony


In the six months since a law requiring asylum seekers to pay 20% of their salaries to the state went into effect, families are struggling: 'My girls don’t get everything they need,' a mother says

Asylum seekers struggle to make ends meet after Israel enforces cash deposit


But Likud MK Yisrael Katz says he hopes corruption allegations against prime minister 'will pass'

Intelligence minister says he plans to succeed Netanyahu


Forget the usual suspects

Make the Jewish Agency great again: Hire Dan Shapiro to head it


Amos Burstein, playing in 50+ division, scores hole-in-one

Israel Open: Yair Thaler and Dana Lerner win crowns


Petah Tikva overcomes early mistakes against Haifa; Rebels’ strong start holds

Israel Football: Troopers, Rebels eke out wins


Shoppers are flooded with ads touting bargains, but most businesses haven’t mastered the economics of online selling

Israeli retailers turn to online sales despite risk


North Korea fired an intercontinental ballistic missile into Japanese waters, a U

North Korea and Kim Jong Un: Meet the known key players in the regime