A severe electricity shortage in Gaza leaves residents with as little as four hours of power a day. Who gets electricity and when?
The former president never used Trump's name, but he openly attacked his ideas and behavior in a speech in New York City
While the debate was highly substantive, there were many tense moments, as the dislike for Cruz from Sanders was clearly evident at times
Marie van der Zyl, vice president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, condemned 'the uninformed and prejudiced comments' against the Golders Green project
The $1,000 contribution was made in 2005 to a foundation founded by the anti-Semitic Holocaust denier Willis Carto, Huffington Post reported
U.S. lawmakers are demanding answers from Trump after the botched special forces raid, in a scandal that is growing on a daily basis
The soldier, Nomi Golan, was attempting to guide the car through a Jerusalem demonstration against the arrest of two yeshiva students
In the aftermath of Iraq's seizure of Kirkuk, much of the exodus is taking shelter in cities deeper inside Kurdish territory
The Israeli army says that despite the two sirens sounded, no rockets were found to have landed inside the country
Maryland judge says White House failed to show 'that national security cannot be maintained without an unprecedented eight-country travel ban'