WASHINGTON - The Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted on Thursday to approve the nomination of David Friedman as the next U

David Friedman, staunch settlement backer, approved by Senate panel as envoy to Israel


Among the 400 non-synagogue locations hosting holiday services are several fire stations in honor of their efforts in recent wild fire wave

Purim readings aim to bridge Israel’s religious-secular gap


Such cyberattacks in limelight as WikiLeaks shows how US spies use TVs, callphones and computers to get data

Israeli researcher says he can protect against hacked videos


Israel threatened last week to cut ties with the European Union's Special Representative for the Middle East Peace Process, Fernando Gentilini, whose term was extended a few days ago

Israel threatened to boycott EU envoy to peace process – but backtracked


Palestinians will be barred from entering Israel from Friday to Sunday except for special cases, IDF says

Army to seal off West Bank for Purim


Calling out those who distort the facts and exaggerate the scale of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Those Israel-bashing loons


Central Bureau of Statistics finds GDP growth of 4% — Globes

Israel’s economy gets big boost in 2016


It’s getting really tiring, this whole American story of the president versus the media

Unlike in Israel, politics in America don't dictate my every move


The State Department confirmed on Wednesday that the Obama administration's last-minute transaction of $221 million to the Palestinian Authority in January, which the Trump administration had claimed was "under review," had in fact already been released to the Palestinians

U.S. State Department confirms Obama's last-minute aid to the Palestinians


Knesset members should help Europe complete its due diligence about clandestine funding of radical anti-Israel NGOs

Swiss Parliament pulls the plug on BDS