President Barack Obama compared Israel favorably to the United States in making a point about gun violence.
The wife of Israeli Interior Minister Silvan Shalom apologized after tweeting a tasteless joke about U.S. President Barack Obama.
An Israeli high-tech firm founded by an observant Jew uses facial recognition to help American churches screen threats without turning a single Christian away. Could it have stopped the Charleston shooting?
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu prefaced talks about a French-led peace initiative by saying foreign powers were trying to dictate to Israel a deal with the Palestinians.
Israel reportedly destroyed a downed drone in eastern Lebanon with an air strike.
A Palestinian man stabbed and seriously wounded an Israeli Border Police officer in Jerusalem.
Does being Jewish mean being part of a race? Or a religion? What ethnicity are Jews? Many American Jews have found these questions difficult to answer every 10 years, when a census taker knocks on the door as part of the decennial national head count.
An Arab drama about a Muslim man who falls for a Jewish woman in 1950s Cairo looks poised to portray Jews in a positive light. Can it subvert anti-Semitism without alienating Egyptians?
Sixteen youths have been detained by police for questioning over a suspected arson attack on a historic church in northern Israel.
The U.S. House of Representatives introduced a resolution condemning academic boycotts against Israeli scholars and institutions on American campuses.