Defying stereotypes, soldiers of both genders stand guard on Israel's borders with Egypt and Jordan.
- Italy coastguard: 14 dead, 5,700 survivors in sea migrant rescues (DPA)
- Violence breaks out ahead of planned clearing of Calais refugee camp (DPA)
- Sanaa air raids resume as Yemen truce expires (Reuters)
- Eleventh woman says Trump kissed her, others without permission (DPA)
- AT&T, Time Warner 'unanimously' agree to $108.7B deal (Reuters)
- Likud MK to push bill barring calls for sanctions against Israel in int'l forums (Haaretz)
- Israel to impose two-day closure on West Bank, Gaza during holiday (Haaretz)
- Russia: U.S. airstrike in Iraq as part of Mosul campaign constitutes "war crime" (AP)
- British police find second "suspicious item" after arresting London teen last week (Reuters)
- Senior Egyptian general shot dead outside of his home in Cairo (Reuters)
- Nearly 1,000 treated for breathing problems south of Mosul (Reuters)
- Erdogan: Turkey is "obliged" to press on to ISIS-held al Bab in Syria (Reuters)
- Libyan army frees 13 foreign captives from ISIS in Sirte battle (Reuters)
- Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi gets 20 years, court confirms (Reuters)
- Reports: White powder sent to Clinton campaign HQ tests negative for harmful substances (Haaretz)
As I desperately search my neighbors' lawns and bumpers for signs of their political affiliation, I wonder: Is this the role of democratic elections? To instill fear, division and hatred in the hearts of the masses?
Along with the Cubs' repeated shortfalls, failures and disappointments, its persistence is a quality that seems to hold a special attraction for the team’s Jewish fans.
Former defense minister sent the press scrambling after saying vaguely that Netanyahu left Israel 'extremely vulnerable.' A hint may be found in Dennis Ross' last book.
Marta Kauffman's remake of 'Shtisel,' a show popular with audiences of all backgrounds in Israel, will be set in Brooklyn.
Air strikes follow Russia's three-day unilateral halt to hostilities in war-torn Syrian city, as Kremlin says calls for Assad's removal 'thoughtless.'
Artists from around the world ink the wounded to try and erase painful memories while drawing inspiration from the works at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.
Nonetheless, the GOP candidate’s harshest conservative critics remain starry-eyed groupies of Israel's prime minister.