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US president tweets announcement after several weeks of rumors top aide would be axed; appointment of former UN envoy, who has pushed for war with Iran, had been fiercely opposed
Veteran MK promises to lead a 'powerful left-wing force,' suggests party could join government with hawkish Yisrael Beytenu
At 2 a.m. Friday, daylight saving starts and the time will leap an hour ahead to 3 a.m.
Figure based on 1990 study that estimated there were a total of 13.2 million Polish victims of the Nazi occupation
Palestinian Authority steps up war of words with American envoy to Israel, days after Abbas calls him the 'son of a dog'
Netanyahu claims law enforcement community is being pressured to carry out a 'witch hunt' in order to bring down Likud government
The bear has his sandwich switched for a matzah and marmalade snack
PA president demands Hamas subject its armed forces to his control following attempted assassination of PA prime minister while visiting the Strip
'I love the president and wish him well,' says John Dowd, who last week said the investigation into alleged collusion with Russia should be ended
Elliott Broidy, deputy finance chair of the Republican National Committee, paid by adviser to Emirates government amid Qatar row
Loay al-Shareef, reportedly close to royal family, posts video message assuring Jewish people that Saudi Arabia poses no threat, is only interested in self-defense
At Global Forum for Combatting Anti-Semitism, Rabbi Michael Melchior says interfaith cooperation necessary to combat doctrinal anti-Semitism -- and make a better world
From deleting to 'deactivating' to suing, what can users of the world's largest social media giant do about its latest reported data breach?
Social media giant faces growing consumer anger and investigations on both sides of the Atlantic over massive data breach linked to Trump campaign
First flight set to land at Ben Gurion Thursday night local time, a sign of warming relations with Arab nations that were once avowed enemies
Authorities maintain offer to the 70 residents of Negev village, the site of deadly clashes, to relocate to a nearby community, but they refuse to move
Law attempting to penalize people overseas, independently of the laws in their countries, may go against Poland's constitution, says country's top justice official
Hundreds of protesters gathered in Bnei Brak then halted traffic in both directions on Route 4
As Chief Rabbi of the UK, I ask Muslim faith leaders to engage in dialogue with me -- if need be, we can meet in secret
Iron Dome, Patriot interceptors launched as final act of weeks-long, large-scale drill in which militaries simulated ballistic missile attack on Israel