The resurgence in knifing attacks show that the Palestinian sovereign is increasingly less relevant in the lives of its subjects and its legitimacy is eroding.
While rabbis won't outright endorse Clinton or Trump, the deep distress over the Donald has led some rabbis to reconsider their usual policies when it comes to politics and their holiday sermon.
The Democratic Jewish caucus is campaigning to maximize Florida’s Jewish vote, because a difference between a 60 or 80 percent Jewish turnout for Clinton could decide the national vote.
Donald Trump promised Benjamin Netanyahu that if elected he'd recognize an undivided Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. So why did Netanyahu leave the meeting looking so forlorn?
Advising AIPAC to 'get a life and stay out of mine,' Alpher accused U.S. Jews of an 'illegitimate takeover.' But non-Orthodox Jews in America often confront the thesis that the Israeli government can do no wrong.
At the industry awards ceremony, Miri Regev repeated her hollow claim that Israeli film doesn’t represent the public at large; the award nominees and winners proved the opposite.
Why doesn’t former Deputy Chief of Staff Uzi Dayan just bravely declare that anyone who harms Palestinians is innocent?
After two weeks in hospital, Israel's elder statesman Shimon Peres' condition seems irreversible. 'These are his last hours,' relatives say.
U.S. Election 2016
After putting Donald Trump on the defensive by accusing him of racism and sexism, Hillary Clinton blasts him again, saying he made 'charges and claims that were demonstrably untrue.'