The suspect blew himself up in his car as a SWAT team closed in on him; identified as a 24-year-old white man
With her sharp wit, elegance and photogenic face, the Israeli actress oozes charm. But does she have what it takes to not only present an Oscar, but actually win one?
Around the year 874, Vikings and Celts seeking safe haven reached Iceland and were terrified as a mighty year-long lava flood engulfed their world – a horror that drove mass conversion, a new study proposes
Ex-defense Chief Barak Rips Into Olmert for Creating 'Apocalyptic Atmosphere' Ahead of Israel's Syria Strike
Barak, who was defense minister during the strike, slams Ehud Olmert, who was PM at the time, saying: 'They acted before they thought'
The first field trial is next week, the day of Passover. A new weapon against occupation, wielded by Palestinian refugees. And Israel, with its layers of defense against every manner of killing devised by man, is unprepared
It's unclear why Israel is not mentioned on the promotional website of the annual Iniohos exercise with the U.S., UAE, Greece, Britain, Cyprus and Italy
It was one of the Israeli army's most successful operations, but was censored for over a decade. Now, a Haaretz investigation goes behind the scenes of the 2007 strike on 'The Cube,' shortly before it became an active nuclear reactor: From the intelligence failures and American foot-dragging, to the arguments at the top levels and the threats of a total war with Syria
Opinion 'The Atmosphere Was Tense': Inside the First Briefings About Syria’s Secret North Korean Nuclear Reactor
Israel’s then-defense minister: Mossad head Meir Dagan’s approach won out: Israel’s security cannot be delegated to any external actor, not even the U.S. We had to destroy the Syrian reactor – and try to avoid an escalation to war with Assad
Saudi crown prince meets Trump with open arms and wallet, president praises U.S. military to kingdom
Academic Behind Facebook Data Breach Says He's Being Scapegoated: Data Was More Likely to Hurt Trump
Cambridge Analytica, hired by Trump campaign, harvested information on 50 million Facebook, but scope of breach 'exaggerated'