Measles Outbreak: Woman Who Works On New York Flights Lapses Into Coma After Catching MeaslesIsrael's Ministry of Health says she may have contracted the disease in New York, in Israel or on a flight between the two.
Israel's Netanyahu And Gantz Both Declare Victory In Election For Prime MinisterBoth Prime Minister Netanyahu and the leaders of the rival Blue and White party, former military chief Benny Gantz and centrist politician Yair Lapid, have declared victory in Israel's elections
Remains Of Brooklyn-Born Soldier Who Went Missing 37 Years Ago Returned To IsraelIn 1982, Zachary Baumel, who was born in New York City, fought for Israel against against Syrian troops in Lebanon.
Rocket Fired Into Israel From Gaza Stokes Fears Of Major ClashesAn early morning rocket fired from the Gaza Strip struck a house in central Israel on Monday, wounding seven people and prompting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to cut short a trip to Washington.
House Broadly Passes Resolution Condemning Hate After Dispute Over Anti-SemitismA House resolution that was first intended to condemn anti-Semitism is still being expanded. But some critics are outraged that it doesn't address the lawmaker accused of making hateful comments.
Prince William Makes Historic Trip To Israel And JordanHis arrival Monday ends the monarchy’s mostly hands-off approach to one of the world’s most sensitive regions.
North Korea Threatens To Cancel Meeting With South, TrumpNorth Korea says the United States should carefully consider the fate of the North Korea-US summit, set for June 12 in Singapore, in view of what it calls "provocative military disturbances."
U.S. Embassy In Jerusalem Opens As Violence Spikes On BorderThousands of Palestinians were protesting Monday ahead of the opening of the new U.S. embassy in Jerusalem.
New U.S. Embassy Set To Open In JerusalemThe new United States embassy in Israel is set to open in Jerusalem on Monday amid heightened tensions in the region.
Hundreds Protest Ahead Of New U.S. Embassy Opening In IsraelHeightened tensions were felt across in Israel this weekend, days before the new U.S. embassy opens in Jerusalem.
Israel Bombs 'Dozens' Of Alleged Iranian Targets In SyriaThe Israeli military said it acted in response to an Iranian rocket barrage on Israeli positions in the Golan Heights.
Barnard College Split Over Vote To Divest From Companies That Do Business With IsraelA national movement targeting bottom lines of companies tied to Israel is now pitting students against students at the women’s school affiliated with Columbia University.
Relocated U.S. Embassy To Open In Jerusalem In MayTwo members of President Donald Trump's administration told The Associated Press that Congress would be notified of the move later Friday.
Israeli Police Recommend Corruption Indictment For NetanyahuIsraeli police are recommending that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted in a corruption scandal.
UN Votes Calls US Decision On Jerusalem 'Null And Void'The United Nations General Assembly has voted in favor of a resolution condemning President Donald Trump's new policy recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.