The Palestinians will remain stateless after anti-settlements resolution, writes Israeli government minister Michael Oren.
Hilik Bar, deputy speaker of the Israeli parliament, outlines his vision for resolving the decades-long conflict.
The former U.S. president has urged the outgoing leader to make a bold and unprecedented move.
Exiled Mohammed Dahlan says he will not challenge Abbas for the Palestinian presidency.
Hilal Al Quds football team posed for a picture of attacker who killed two Israelis in a Jerusalem attack.
Israel condemns U.N. agency's denial of a Jewish connection to sites considered holiest in Judaism.
Peres leaves behind a country at a crossroads, awaiting its next chapter, writes John Lyndon.
The man wounded up to nine people in a knife attack at a mall in central Minnesota before he was shot dead by an off-duty police officer.
Nir Barkat told activists that the stop in the flashpoint area of Silwan will show 'who really owns the city.'
The Israeli military says that a border soldier opened fire as he "felt in danger."
The campaign has received 2,200 contributors and exceeded its goal in just hours.
Three Jewish attackers beat and burnt Muhammed Abu Khdeir to death in July 2014.
The draft report said Israel has expropriated almost 70 percent of Area C of the West Bank for its exclusive use.
Violence erupted between a white supremacist group and counter protesters at demonstration at the state capital.
The alleged assailant, a 27-year-old man who was under arrest and suspected of using drugs, shouted "Allahu Akbar" ('God is Greatest' in Arabic).
A man has been arrested and police are working to identify the suspect.
Clashes and lone-wolf attacks have left dozens dead on both sides since October 2015.
The suspect, 27-year-old Ayanle Hassan Ali, faces nine charges, including three of attempted murder.
The Palestinians carried out gun and car-ramming attacks near the Jewish settlement of Kiryat Arba.
A spate of Palestinians attacks against Israelis coincided with the visit of U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden.
The Pew Research poll was conducted before the recent wave of violent stabbing and shooting attacks.