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Sara Netanyahu said set to be questioned under caution for allegedly creating false impression to State Comptroller that Nir Hefetz was paid for his work
West Bank resident accused of plotting with Gaza man to kill Daniella Weiss and Moshe Zar
Military prosecutors say relatives of Ashraf Na’alowa, who killed Kim Levengrond Yehezkel and Ziv Hajbi, knew of his plans to carry out shooting and wish to die as a 'martyr'
Indictment inadvertently revealed during unrelated court filing but nature of charges remains unclear; lawyer for the publisher says charges a 'dangerous path for a democracy'
Josh Frydenberg notes Mahathir Mohamad's past comments on Jews after Malaysian PM claims Jerusalem embassy move by Australia would fuel terror
Resolution singles out discrimination against women and the intimidation and persecution of religious minorities, and is virtually certain to be approved next month
Signifying dramatic shift in policy, outgoing Ambassador Nikki Haley says mission will oppose 'plainly biased' annual motion after years of abstaining
US State Department says announcement is 'good first step' while Washington lawmakers join calls criticizing move as a whitewash
First official report of Pyongyang weapons test in over a year casts shade over Trump's claims of denuclarization progress
Zuckerberg says he was unaware of campaign run for social media giant by Definers Public Affairs, as company denies attack was anti-Semitic
In new report, social media giant claims to have doubled efforts to remove racist posts violating its community rules
The more unusual products at this year's Kosherfest, from plantain croutons to dessert ravioli and a menorah-shaped ice cream cake
Rabbi Shlomo Riskin steps down as head of vast Israeli educational network 35 years after founding it
Home to 3,500 Jews, the predominantly Greek-speaking Republic of Cyprus is currently enjoying an unprecedented boom in Israeli tourism -- and has five Chabad houses and counting
With the help of haute couture and Chinese investment, the sleepy town of Soulfi and its once booming textile industry are starting to see a revival
Hara Person takes the helm of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, says she wants to focus on embracing the rabbinate’s diversity, in terms of gender and career trajectories
Jerusalem one of 123 nations voting for resolution hailing the 'possibility of moving away from capital punishment through domestic decision-making'
PM, along with top ministers and IDF chiefs, presents NIS 500 million support plan for border towns in bid to quell anger over restrained response to escalation
Leavenworth County Commissioner Louis Klemp says comment to a city planner at board meeting was intended to be a joke
National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene's off-Broadway production of musical to run at original venue through December and then reopen at new venue