A dispute among Republican senators over changes to an Iran nuclear review bill on Thursday threatened the measure’s chances of being passed by the U.S. Congress, leaving Senate leaders scrambling for a way to advance the legislation.
An Israeli NGO’s search-and-rescue team in Kathmandu led an international effort in locating and extracting a young Nepalese woman from the earthquake rubble.
Yeshiva University’s board of trustees elected Moshael Straus as its chairman.
The FBI helped arrange a ransom payment from the family of Warren Weinstein, the Jewish-American government contractor who had been held hostage by al-Qaida from 2011.
What is The Jerusalem Post thinking by inviting Sebastian Gorka to speak at a forthcoming conference?
A traditionally Jewish fraternity at the University of Kansas kicked out four members for their involvement in an anti-Muslim video.
The Obama administration expects a commitment to the two-state solution from the next Israeli government and from the Palestinian Authority, National Security Adviser Susan Rice said.
The father of the last missing Israeli in the Nepal earthquake arrived on the scene to help in the search as the Chabad rabbi of Nepal flew a helicopter to bring food and water to stranded hikers.
Israel’s armed forces see a growing threat in instant messaging applications — both to battlefield secrecy and to the privacy of women soldiers.
More than 100,000 tourists visiting Tel Aviv used the city’s free Wi-Fi in its first year.
A handful of Republicans joined Senate Democrats to reject by a 54-45 vote a proposed amendment offered by Republican Senator John Barrasso that would have added the terrorism clause to a bill subjecting an international nuclear agreement to review by the U.S. Congress.
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