Data provided by the satellite will provide policy makers and businesses involved in agriculture information on what to grow and where
An expert on another culture is considered less valuable than before, says Col. Michael Milstein. The focus now is thought processes, strategic analysis and technology, and the proof will be in the next war
Judging by the government's travel warnings, it's considered dangerous for Israelis to travel to a quarter of the world's countries
While in Brussels, the American president will realize that despite the many challenges of sharing intelligence, NATO is crucial to Western security
Opinion What Happened to My pro-Israel Friends Proves There's Something Rotten in Israeli Airport Security
What sort of sensitivity can be expected in conducting a physical search of Arab tourists when there are displays of such insensitivity while questioning Jewish tourists from England?
Israeli acquaintances of Robert Mueller describe him as a decent man, likable and professional, one who makes no allowances for VIPs
Officials want to clear up matter before president comes to Israel next week
Most of the growth in funding has been directed to technology personnel ■ Senior official: Payback on the investment greatly outweighs the cost
Israeli Cabinet Minister to U.S. Lawmakers: U.S. Must Recognize Israeli Sovereignty on Golan Heights
U.S. should impose sanctions to prevent permanent Iranian presence in Syria, Minister Yisrael Katz tells members of Congress intelligence committees
After the disengagement from Gaza in 2005, Israel did not divvy up the responsibilities for following developments in Gaza to the intelligence agencies in any organized fashion.