A Knesset delegation stormed out of an international summit after the conference approved a series of anti-Israel proposals.
“The demand to appear without symbols is contrary to the mandate of international sports associations," Israeli Minister Regev said of Abu Dhabi's ban on the display of Israeli national symbols at a Judo competition.
A Chinese social media star and historian was moved to tears when he met a famed Holocaust survivor while visiting Israel.
Alon Day made history when he became the first Israeli to win NASCAR's European circuit.
Billions of dollars and years of work are transforming the way people get to and around Tel Aviv.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced a new parliamentary probe into foreign-funded NGOs accused of attempting to influence Israeli policy.
World Jewish Congress expressed concern about the ascent of the far-right, which became the country's second-largest party.
Russia's defense minister arrived in Israel for discussions on Iran and security coordination in Syria.
The UN Human Rights Council wants to boycott Bezeq because it services Jewish communities in Judea, Samaria and eastern Jerusalem.
Imagining Hitler with a nuclear bomb is the best way to understand the Iranian threat, says former Shin Bet head Avi Dichter.
A 200-seat theater from the Roman period has been unearthed under Wilson’s Arch in the Western Wall tunnel complex.
Netanyahu says his relationship with Trump is beneficial for the battle against Iran's nuclear program.
No injuries were reported after two rockets fired from Sinai, likely by ISIS terrorists, landed near Israeli communities.
Netanyahu, who repeatedly warned that the Iran nuclear agreement was a "very bad deal," congratulated Trump on his decision to decertify it.
Netanyahu plans for Israel's withdrawal from UNESCO in parallel with the US, which cited "continuing anti-Israel bias" among its reasons.
PM "not telling the truth – not to the cabinet, not to his coalition partners, and not to the public" on construction in Judea and Samaria, lawmaker alleges.
More than 6,000 people from 80 countries participated in the annual Festival of Tabernacles parade in the Israeli capital.
American television is airing an interview with Netanyahu focusing on his life and background, rather than his policies.
A British newspaper touts Israel as "country you’d never thought to visit, but really should."
Tens of thousands of Israelis and tourists received the Sukkot priestly blessing at the Kotel.
More and more Chinese are choosing Israel as their overseas destination.
Owners of a dog in central Israel were horrified to find their beloved pet sprayed with a swastika.
Netanyahu doesn't want his children to spend even one day in politics.
A security expert evaluates the ability of Israeli security tactics to prevent massacres.
Students from Muslim-majority nations such as Pakistan and Afghanistan are among those signing up for an innovative online program offered by Israel's Bar Ilan University.
Netanyahu again expressed his support for a bill that strengthens Jerusalem and its environs.
Rock star Tom Petty had an eye-opening visit to the Holy Land.
Netanyahu and Rivlin expressed condolences to the American people on behalf of all Israelis over the largest mass shooting in US history.
Netanyahu responded to conspiracy theories promoted by leaders in Muslim-majority countries that Israel is somehow behind the Kurdish drive for self-determination.
Out of respect for Judaism's holiest day and the flag under which he competes, Israeli tennis star David Sela threw in the towel to avoid playing on Yom Kippur.
Mexican ambassador Pablo Macedo Riba welcomed Israel's rescue team upon their return from Mexico.
Most Arab Israelis expressed positive views of the nation, with a mere 13% ranking the Palestinian conflict as their top concern.
Chief of Staff Eizenkot has granted Azaria his request for clemency and has shortened his sentence by four months.
Two IDF soldiers were killed and four others wounded when the armored vehicle in which they were riding overturned.
The Turkish leader is again threatening to end ties with Israel, this time over Netanyahu's expression of support for Kurdish independence.
With Hamas, Hezbollah and Iran, why should Israel care about North Korea?
IDF troops were met with applause in Mexico, where they assisted in earthquake disaster relief.
Huckabee discusses Netanyahu's prominence at the UN this week as a sign of "an entirely new day" regarding Israel's global standing.
“We're in the midst of a great revolution,” Netanyahu stated in his address to the UN General Assembly with regard to Israel's remarkable diplomatic achievements.
Among the Israeli prime minister's diplomatic engagements in New York was his first official meeting with Egypt's president.