A military spokesman says Jordan has released a soldier who killed seven Israeli schoolgirls during a class trip to his country in 1997

Jordan releases soldier who killed 7 Israeli girls in 1997


Richard Gere says his decision to travel to Jerusalem last week for the Israeli premiere of his new film, ‘Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer,’ wasn’t easy

Richard Gere to Haaretz: Settlements are an absurd provocation, the occupation is indefensible


Palestinians will be barred from entering Israel until Tuesday, not Monday as previously announced by IDF

Army extends West Bank’s closure for Purim by a day


Demonstrators say the move is a provocation to all Muslims, vow further actions to oppose it

Thousands of Arab Israelis protest mosque loudspeaker bills


Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' conversation with U

Trump-Abbas talk refutes Israeli claim it has no partner for peace, Palestinian officials say


Team Israel will launch quarterfinal play for the World Baseball Classic, facing Cuba in the Tokyo Dome at 5 A

World Baseball Classic: Team Israel faces tough quarterfinal round


Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' conversation with U

Trump-Abbas talk refutes Israeli claim it has no partner for peace, Palestinian official says


In 2003, when Sam Fields was given two weeks to live, Gleevec wasn’t known to help his condition

Miracle drug with Israeli roots saves Jewish hockey player hit with cancer


There are only a couple of fields and just 1,000 people play; the World Baseball Classic is not even on TV

Israel baseball success causes excitement, bafflement