'The nuttiest of the nutty Trump nuts are showing up to what they’re calling ‘election hearings’ and all the looneys are coming out of the bin,' joked the comedian
As he publishes a dramatic memoir covering nearly 40 years of service to the U.S., former CIA chief John Brennan talks about Netanyahu, Biden – and voting Communist
The acclaimed philosopher believes zealous discrimination against one group – like Women of the Wall – is a way for religion to hide the radical changes it has embraced
Jerusalem court to debate motion to dismiss indictments against Netanyahu Sunday ■ Tel Aviv protest nixed in hopes of boosting Jerusalem turnout
Israeli soldiers burst into a refugee camp in the dead of night and abduct a teenager. They then hold him for a full day, with no food. Nearly 300 invasions like this take place every month in the West Bank
Mary Trump, the daughter of the president’s elder brother, Fred Jr., announced this week she is writing a follow-up to this summer’s scathing bestseller about her uncle
China experts and activists claim that the repression of minorities in Xinjiang has escalated in recent years, with thousands of Uighur Muslims in ‘reeducation camps’ being murdered and their organs harvested for wealthy Chinese and foreign patients. The Chinese deny all such allegations
Bahraini Minister al-Zayani has voiced openness to importing goods from Israeli settlements, which the kingdom's Industry Ministry now says was 'misinterpreted'
A coalition of rights groups submitted an alternative report to the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons after dismissing the government's version as 'very partial and lacking'
Screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz’s colorful life gets suitably cinematic treatment in David Fincher’s blissful Netflix biopic. Plus, reviews of HBO documentary ‘Baby God’ and the rom-com ‘Happiest Season’
Palestinian Red Cross, local media report the 13-year-old was shot in the stomach during a demonstration against a new settlement outpost, while IDF denies use of live fire
Former Israeli premiers, security chiefs and army brass are involved in businesses involving cannabis – but legalizing it is dangerous, warns drug-rehab expert