Iran's powerful allies prepared responses to Trump's Jerusalem speech.
As Trump's upcoming decision threatens regional stability, an Israeli military official said the country has not seen an exercise of this scale in 25 years.
President Trump is simply stating the obvious about the holy city.
Israeli police arrested a man after Facebook's language software incorrectly translated his "good morning" as "attack them."
Palestinian activists are supporting hunger strikers in Israeli prisons.
Just the fact that Trump committed his administration to an Israeli-Palestinian peace process sends a message of defiance to the Israeli leadership.
Though the city has been relatively safe in recent years, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict continues to take its toll on the church.
The 17-year-old assailant stabbed two ultra-Orthodox men before stabbing a police officer.
A one-state solution will only result in a bloody lose-lose, writes former Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni. What we want is a friendly divorce.
Palestinians are using a cheap imitation of the Carl Gustav rifle to maim Israelis.
The real estate mogul runs to the left of most Republicans on the issue.
It gives Israelis no comfort to know the terrorist violence appears worse in parts of Europe.
Israeli security forces shot an Eritrean refugee they had mistaken for a second gunman in an attack at a bus terminal.
Nir Barkat speaks to Newsweek about how Israeli forces are adapting to Palestinian knife attacks.
Gaza officials have claimed that the bomb was dropped by the Israeli military during last summer's conflict.
Jaffa's Tabeetha School is a beacon of multiculturalism in Israel. But what chance does it have against the world outside?
The world's most powerful nations have failed to bring peace to the West Bank. One man is trying it with a viola.
A two-state solution would lift the Israeli and the Palestinian economy by $173 billion; an all-out war would cost $296 billion.
Faced with an onslaught of questions, the Vatican rebutted what it called erroneous media reports.