In a remarkable public argument, the likes of which is seldom seen before cameras, Trump bickered with U.S. Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer and House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi about funding for his border wall
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Defendant admitted to abusing a helpless person as part of plea deal reached last month ■ Nine people assaulted in 2015 an Eritrean asylum seeker they mistook for a terrorist who opened fire at a bus station
The jury deliberated for less than a day before convicting James Fields, 21, of all charges stemming from the deadly confrontation that occurred after police cleared a park of white supremacists gathered for the 'Unite the Right' rally
It was revealed in November the that FBI classifies the Proud Boys as an extremist groups with ties to white nationalism
There is no wall or fence separating the Israeli and Lebanese forces where the demolition is going on. All it would take is one antsy Lebanese soldier to spark a fire that would be hard to extinguish
In quitting the UN organization Israel will lose its influence over debates and resolutions, says former member of national liaison panel; tourism may also suffer
Finance and health ministries estimate exports could bring in about $1b a year, but some lawmakers fear more cultivation could push more drugs onto the streets
With a record 21.3 million refugees globally, the United Nations adopted a deal Monday aimed at improving the way world copes with rising migration
Numbers are down as much as 50 percent in some cases, with providers speculating that disengagement with Israel among young U.S. Jews is part of the problem
'This hateful act took place on the last night of Hanukkah': Posters with images of Hitler and swastikas discovered in several areas across campus
'This Isn’t the Saudi Kingdom' Trump Slammed by Former Ethics Chief for Saying U.S. Military Will Build Border Wall
Trump said he looked forward to meeting with Schumer and Pelosi, but claimed they don’t want border security for 'strictly political reasons'
Deputy mayor of Ashdod, home to large population of immigrants from former Soviet Union, demands 'the disgrace be removed'
Rabbis from the Vaad HaRabanim of Flatbush threatened to pull their supervision if Orthodox lesbian comedian Leah Forster performed
New Footage Strengthens Palestinian Claims That Israeli Soldiers Killed Palestinian Who Wasn't Protesting
Videos published by B'Tselem show Mohammad Khossam Khabali walking away from soldiers, assisted by a cane, before falling to the ground ■ IDF claims soldiers opened fire to quell riot
The post-apocalyptic world created by the special effects in 'Mortal Engines' is simultaneously appalling and gorgeous, but it comes at the expense of characters and storyline
Kunsthalle Mannheim's probe into collection reveals that at least 25 artworks the museum showcases may have been looted or obtained under duress by the Nazis
Feminist group disrupts event and places teen-size bras, panties outside the Knesset – furious at award being given to a singer, Eyal Golan, who once faced accusations of sexual misconduct with underage girls
The yearly list is an update to 'The Yale Book of Quotations,' which was first published in 2006
A world dominated by Chinese tech companies would be a world with far less privacy and far more censorship – Facebook’s abuses pale in comparison
Army says it holds the Lebanese government responsible for digging of tunnels, which it deems a violation of UN Security Council resolution
A look at the nearly three dozen people charged by special counsel Robert Mueller and unanswered questions about what may lie ahead for the president
Yizhar Hess recounts that he was 'rendered speechless' after an ultra-Orthodox man told him: 'I will murder you, if I had knife I'd put it in you here'
Time announced 'Person of the Year,' in a cover story headlined 'The Guardians and the War on Truth'
I have a serious problem when a leftist sees a pregnant woman and her unborn child as explicitly legitimate targets
Amira Aharonovich is a leading candidate for CEO and director general of the Jewish Agency, which focuses mainly on building ties between Israel and Jewish Diaspora communities
'So what, even if true? You’re pro-BDS. Anyone who falls for this sort of pandering is a massive sucker'
79 percent of respondents said they didn’t report it because they thought doing so would be a waste of time
Authorities believe the group, which included people from Washington, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Illinois and Oregon, was in Washington state to mark the anniversary of the death of white supremacist leader
Michel Aoun says Lebanon takes issue of Hezbollah tunnels seriously
The congresswoman-elect is one of an estimated 65 million Latin Americans whose Sephardic roots can be traced back to the Expulsion of the Jews from Spain and Portugal a half millennium ago
Excavations at Kiryat Yearim may show the handiwork of King Jeroboam and suggest that the Ark was a symbol of unity between rival kingdoms
WATCH On Fox News, Kushner Ignores the CIA and Glosses Over Saudi Crown Prince's Connections to Khashoggi Murder
Kushner 'advised' Saudi crown prince after Khashoggi killing reported the New York Times this week
The U.S. military ended a search on Tuesday
New York Time's columnist slammed the U.S., Russia and Saudi Arabia for their recent efforts to curb action at the global climate summit in Poland
Cars damaged and spray painted messages found in the Arab village of Beitin north of Ramallah
Baghdad, an ally of both Washington and Tehran, is seeking U.S. approval to allow it to import Iranian gas for its power stations
Their deployment came days after Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, whose left-wing administration is the most significant U.S. foe in Latin America, held talks with President Vladimir Putin in Moscow
As of next summer El Al will be flying direct to eight destinations in North America
Police: Palestinians Tried to Run Over Israeli Cops in Two Incidents in West Bank; One Shot and Killed
No one else wounded ■ Security officials warn attempted terror attacks in West Bank are on the rise
The embassy however will apparently not be relocated to the city ■ Unclear whether the government will only recognize West Jerusalem ■ Decision to be formally announced Wednesday
Erdogan's regime arrests Turkish citizens associated with Gulen in other countries and brings them back to Turkey ■ Operations have taken place in Kosovo, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Pakistan, Gabon and Ukraine
Ever since the coup attempt in Turkey it happens again and again. Now, two victims describe what it's like to be cut off from the world, tortured and pressured to testify against their friends
'The situation of Israel is not normal, seeing that it is a country that has been occupying Palestinian territories by force,' states letter to president-elect Bolsonaro
Senior IDF officers assert Hamas is trying to shift its activity from Gaza to the West Bank, and claim ongoing manhunt of attacker who killed two Israelis in October and remains at large 'has effect on the grassroots'
Spacecom shares sink as investors lose faith in ability of the company, owned by tycoon embroiled in Netanyahu's bribe case, to sign contract to build its next satellite
Bank of Israel monetary panel voted 4-1 for first rate hike in seven years ■ Regulators conclude that Elsztain is no longer controlling shareholder of Super-Sol
Energy minister is pushing for more natural gas and renewables, but not everyone is convinced, with one government official calling the ambitious plan 'sad joke'
Tourism has recovered following a fall in knife and car-ramming attacks which helped push visitor numbers in the biblical city to a 10-year low in 2015
Activists who want the ancient Temple rebuilt thus had to slaughter the sheep elsewhere. 'What we still have to do is awaken the people,' says one activist
Following Yair Netanyahu's post, the prime minister releases his own statement rejecting the term and its use, criticizes political opponents and left-wing activists of frequently using it against him
Shi’ite messianism these days is confronted by Judeo-Christian messianism. The question is whether a countdown has started to another destructive war
Last week the chairman of the national lottery Mifal Hapayis, Avigdor Yitzhaki, volunteered to act as a censor, asking the mayor of the Arab town of Kabul to cancel the play “Palestine, Year Zero” by Einat Weizman
Despite the Israeli settlement government’s decision to create yet more facts on the ground in Hebron, the camp still hoping for a two-state solution is silent
An independent trip by the prime minister’s wife at the state’s expense, such as Mrs. Netanyahu’s current one to Guatemala, is unprecedented
The link between Zionism, anti-Semitism didn’t begin with Netanyahu; it also grew out of Zionism’s old need to seek allies anywhere they could be found
Avichai Mendelblit says PM's wife does not have any special legal status ■ Prime Minister’s Office: trip will funded in part by Guatemala and in part by Israel
Prior to visit, Salvini tells Foreign Press Association that 'the growing anti-Semitism goes together with Islamic extremism, to which no one is paying attention'
Algerian Kamel Daoud says Arabs share responsibility for European backlash over immigration: 'I’m fed up with hearing that we’re victims and that the West is our hangman'
The murder of an Arab teen, Yara Ayoub, will change Arab society’s attitude toward violence against women – activists hope. Even they were surprised by the response to the national strike protesting violence against women
Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez revealed she had Jewish ancestry, sparking a social media storm
21-year-old Ohio man allegedly told undercover agent that he wanted to kill a rabbi and that Jews 'deserved what was coming to them'
A Saudi-owned website considered close to the royal family claimed that Sarsour, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib are agents of Qatar and the Muslim Brotherhood who declared a 'jihad' on Trump
Bronze-capped cobblestones were embedded into the pavement in central Rome neighborhood ■ Salvini slams 'repugnant anti-Semitism'
Teva Suspected of Being Part of a Cartel in U.S. Engaged in Price-fixing and Dividing Market for Generics
The Israeli generics manufacturer is one of 16 drug firms under investigation over purported price-fixing involving 300 medications
Army says discussion topics will include operations to destroy Hezbollah-built tunnels crossing Lebanon border
More than one in three considering emigration – Israel destination of choice
A costly British exit from the European Union without a negotiated deal is increasingly likely, France's European affairs minister said on Monday
The Israeli organization B'Tselem won the 2018 Human Rights Prize of the French Republic, but the Israeli government and right-wing organizations lobbied against it
The Financial Action Task Force sets international standards on terror financing and money laundering
Today’s Google doodle honors the 127th birthday of Nelly Sachs (1891-1970), the Jewish poet and refugee from Germany who shared the Nobel Prize in literature with the Israeli writer S.Y. Agnon in 1966
Palestinian reports say large numbers of troops have been searching Ramallah as authorities hunt perpetrator of shooting attack
Control of Hodeidah, the Houthis' main supply line, is one of the trickiest issues at the talks in Sweden, aimed at paving the way for a political process to end nearly four years of war
Waste was dumped in 2011 but never cleaned, with government as Israel Railways each claiming the other is responsible for disposal
The update comes as Syria braces for a new battlefront in the northwest
Some in Italy's Jewish community say it's alarming that Netanyahu will 'provide Matteo Salvini with a pro-Israel license' ■ Israeli left-wing activists call for a protest to disrupt his visit to Yad Vashem
With a record 21.3 million refugees globally, the United Nations began work on the non-binding pact after more than 1 million people arrived in Europe in 2015, many fleeing civil war in Syria and poverty in Africa
Netanyahu to Ambassadors: Foreign Ministry May Retake Authority Handed to Diaspora, Strategic Affairs Ministries
In a private conversation, Netanyahu says peace with the Palestinians may be achieved through peace with the Arab world, contrary to what was previously thought
Iran's missiles currently cover a range of 2000 kilometers and many 'enemy bases' are within 800 kilometers of the Islamic Republic, commander says
Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities said on Saturday the incident 'violates public morality' and has requested the Attorney General launch an investigation
Many replies suggested that the organization should be ashamed for smearing a child Holocaust survivor
Turkish officials said last week that the prosecutor's office had concluded there was 'strong suspicion' that Saud al-Qahtani, a top aide to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
Rep. Jerry Nadler, the incoming chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, described the details in prosecutors’ filings Friday as evidence that Trump was 'at the center of a massive fraud'
One of Christianity’s most sacred shrines, the church was built in the 4th century by Saint Helena over a cave where the Virgin Mary is said to have given birth
SANA removes report saying 'air defenses intercepted enemy aerial targets in the vicinity of Damascus international airport'
Israel had seen Sudan as an Iranian ally and accused it of serving as a conduit for arms smuggling to Palestinians in Gaza
Meanwhile, Democratic Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ignored reality when she suggested the Pentagon has a hidden pot of $21 trillion that could help pay for 'Medicare for All'
Quoting a source who said they had read the full translated transcript of an audio recording, CNN said that Khashoggi recognized one of the men, General Maher Mutreb, who told him: 'You are coming back'
Trump's top choice, Nick Ayers, is no longer in the running
In response to attack near settlement, Justice Minister Shaked calls on Netanyahu to legalize remaining homes in Ofra ■ Israeli forces comb Palestinian villages in search of assailant
Six Israelis arrested, Colombian authorities say ■ Network allegedly sold 'tourism packages' including prostitutes – some of whom were minors
Chinese dissident artist tells the Guardian mood in Germany and much of Europe is 'very scary'
All companies listed on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange should be allowed to report in English to help them attract more international investment, Israel’s market regulator proposed on Sunday
Seriously wounded pregnant woman stabilized overnight, baby's condition deteriorated ■ Two men in their 20s moderately wounded, four 16-year-olds lightly wounded ■ Manhunt underway
Sheba Medical Center the to invest in medical startup with Israeli fund Triventures ■ New Israeli venture capital fund advises old-line insurers how to adopt innovative technology
Move comes weeks after it begins offering short-term apartment rentals on Airbnb
A social revolution is afoot in Israel: Education and job rates of Arab women have soared as birthrates have fallen
Israel Airports Authority sees 14% increase in flights to and from Israel this winter season
Supreme court stiffens sentence from 11 years to 14 ■ Court said man played 'a dominant role' in abducting the woman and guarding the door while his friends raped her