IDF soldiers demolished the homes of two of the terrorists who murdered Hadas Malka as well as the house of the terrorist who murdered Elhai Taharlev.
Neda Amin, an Iranian journalist whom Israel granted asylum to save from potential execution, landed in the Jewish state Thursday.
Police counter-terrorism forces teamed up with the IDF to arrest a Palestinian terror cell. Following up on an intelligence tip from the Israel Sec...
Eighty ISIS leaders have been killed by US airstrikes since January.
Zumba, the Latin American fitness routine, is illegal in Iran. A group of instructors were arrested for teaching it.
Painted anti-Semitic and hateful tweets outside Twitter’s headquarters forced the company to take steps against hate on its platform.
While missile defense technology has progressed since Iraqi scuds targeted Israel in the nineties, the US wonders whether it's sufficient to counter a North Korean strike.
North Korea may be detracting attention from the threat posed by ISIS.
Macron denounced the "shameful and cowardly act that won't remain unpunished."
Israeli forces demolished the home of four Palestinian terrorists who murdered two Israelis.
After fearing her life was in danger, Neda Amin finally found refuge in Israel.
Netanyahu blasted the left and the media for creating “endless stories and endless headlines,” hoping to bring him down.
A Gaza-based UN employee was arrested for "security offenses," Israel's Foreign Ministry stated.
Over 3,000 protesters showed up at a rally in support of Netanyahu, who remains the focus of a corruption probe.
The arrest of the suspect in Wednesday's car-ramming attack in a suburb of Paris became violent.
Yuval Admony, a piano professor, describes the Tel-Hai International Piano Master Classes.
Responding immediately to a rocket attack from Gaza on southern Israel, the IAF hit back, targeting Hamas bases.
In the latest "deliberate" act of violence in Paris, a driver slammed into a group of soldiers, injuring six.
Sebastian Gorka says geopolitical threats, like illnesses, cannot be addressed if they're misdiagnosed.
Shahak Shapira painted anti-Semitic and other hateful tweets outside Twitter’s headquarters in Hamburg in protest.