As this remarkable ten days for Israelis ends, many here are very optimistic, but some feel that trouble may be just around the corner.
The Israeli soccer team, the Beitar Jerusalem Football Club, announced Sunday they will honor U.S. President Donald Trump's controversial effort to move the American Embassy to Jerusalem.
The Israeli prime minister is in Moscow to discuss ties with Russia and celebrate the defeat of Nazi Germany.
It's considered a faux pas to wear shoes inside the house in Japan, never mind on the table.
The U.S.—with Israeli encouragement—appears to be stepping away from the JCPOA, while Iran and the other signatories try to save it.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was granted the power to go to war with only his defense chief's approval in "extreme situations."
The prime minister says he has "exact copies" of Iran's atomic archive.
It's become clear that the targets were empty—and the attack was no more than a show.
Economic development and humanitarian aid is not enough to deliver a sustainable and dignified future for Gazans.
Israel's prime minister suspended a deal with the U.N. refugee agency to resettle African asylum seekers.
Ahmad Tibi may have the demographic advantage in any one-state solution.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suffered from "high fever and coughs" due to strep throat complications, according to his doctor.
The mass procession toward the Gaza border will demand a strong response from Israel.
Bolton has said that the two-state solution, for which the international community advocates, is dead.
Trump's policies have proven to be a catalyst for the waning of America's role as the supreme arbiter of world order.
Guatemala will relocate its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem this May, two days after the U.S.
The Israeli leader and his wife were questioned separately by police on Friday.