From apps that democratize Bible study to kosher cheeseburgers, the largest community outside of Israel has grown, evolved, and modernized over the last decade

10 ways American Jewish life changed in the 2010s


Blue and White chief also expected to attend 'Novy God' celebrations in Ramat Gan; Yisrael Beytenu chief said to claim poster aimed at picking off his voters

Gantz puts out Russian-language New Year’s poster, reportedly angering Liberman


BAGHDAD — Protesters broke into the heavily guarded compound of the United States Embassy in Baghdad on Tuesday and set fires inside in anger over American airstrikes that killed 24 members of an Iranian-backed militia over the weekend

Protesters Attack U.S. Embassy in Iraq, Chanting ‘Death to America’


Interim order will require Israeli municipalities in West Bank to get top legal body's approval before transferring money to private organization that builds beyond Green Line

High Court hampers settlement group’s ability to receive public funds


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Trump Warns Iran as Risk of Wider Armed Conflict Grows


Costas Clerides says he couldn't intervene in trial of British woman convicted of falsely claiming she was gang-raped by Israelis

Rebuffing UK pressure, Cyprus AG says rape case trial had to run its course


From the environment to Iran, attacks on US Jews to Israel's cutting-edge tech scene, correspondents speak about what's unfolded -- and what's in store in the years to come

LISTEN: TOI reporters on the past decade — and its impact on our future


Naama Issachar's family not notified of transfer; diplomat who locates her says she wasn't allowed to bring winter clothes and books; lawyer: she'll be moved to another site

Israeli-American jailed in Russia abruptly moved to remote prison