The latest news on Israel
Facing the growing threat of a nuclear Iran, Israel must be less coy about its own nuclear capabilities.
Israel's Education Ministry said the study's findings were 'libel.'
BEIRUT (AP) — Iran and Russia joined the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah in condemning a rare Israeli airstrike on Syria, enflaming regional tensions already heightened by the civil war against President Bashar Assad.
U.S. policy toward Iran has been rich on rhetoric but lacking any identifiable action to deter President Ahmadinejad's uninterrupted nuclear weapons pursuit.
Groups with anonymous donors are spending big to block defense secretary nominee.
Thirty-year veteran of Israeli co-ed military warns U.S. against common mistakes.
Rand Paul is reframing his foreign policy views with an eye toward 2016.
JERUSALEM (AP) — A badly weakened Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu scrambled Wednesday to keep his job by extending his hand to a new centrist party that advocates a more earnest push on peacemaking with the Palestinians after Israel's parliamentary election produced a stunning deadlock.
JERUSALEM (AP) — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was expected to win a third term Tuesday in the first election in decades in which the Mideast peace process didn't take center stage, with many Israelis focused more on economic woes than ending their conflict with the Palestinians.
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