Hillary Clinton loses the closely contested and divisive race against political novice Donald Trump.
As downcast Democrats mourn Clinton's results, delirious GOP activists in Jerusalem are in dreamland.
‘If they tell us to eat pork, do we have that, too?’ asked Likud’s David Amsalem in reference to American Jews
The tour is meant to create a deeper understanding of the controversy surrounding the egalitarian prayer space agreement.
'She was smart, assertive, vociferous and opinionated – even a bit intimidating,' Chana Sperber tells Haaretz of her former classmate at Wellesley.
Each party is forecasting that its candidate will win but both distrust iVoteIsrael's exit polls.
Preliminary exit polls from iVote Israel, a group that helps expats in Israel vote in the U.S. election, gives Clinton 44 percent to Trump's 49 percent.
Embassy spokesman: Ambassador 'not aware' of any anti-Muslim views held by the Center for Security Policy, included in the Southern Poverty Law Center's hate group watch list.
At closed Jewish Agency meeting, prominent liberal Orthodox rabbi opposes recognition of Reform, Conservative conversions.
Protesting Israel's inaction, hundreds of demonstrators led by top Reform, Conservative rabbis break through security barrier and enter Kotel plaza, where ultra-Orthodox await.