Marco Rubio, the Republican Party's new 'It' person, is in Israel, where he's already making the rounds like a top statesman.
The spectacularly dressed Oscar Giannino wanted to be prime minister. But there was a problem: a pretty big lie on his resume.
U.S.-born spy Jonathan Pollard is a hot-button issue in Israel, but they're unlikely to get him anytime soon.
Breaking: Israel’s Coalition Government Begins to Take Shape, Tzipi Livni's Left-Wing Hatnua Party First To Sign On
In a somewhat surprising move, Netanyahu has signed an agreement with left-wing leader Tzipi Livni, turning up the heat on non-coalition parties.
True to the "Bond"-villain playbook, North Korea has threatened South Korea with war after last week's successful nuclear test.
A photo on Instagram from an IDF soldier has raised many hackles in pro-Palestinian circles.
Prisoner X, identified as Australian Ben Zygier, may have been about to turn double agent on Israel for his home country.
Stanford is experimenting with ways to boost gender equality in higher education and retain well-qualified women who want to have families.
The U.S. Justice Department says the CIA has seven more photographs of Osama bin Laden's corpse, but it won't release them.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu really likes ice cream, to the tune of spending $2,700 on it last year.
Amazon.com has been accused of hiring a neo-Nazi security firm to regulate their temp workers in Germany.
Police in Papua New Guinea have arrested 100 people for last week's witch burning and rescued two more women.
Salaries For Suicide Bombers: Western States Unwittingly Fund Terrorist Activities In Palestine, Says Report
Is your government indirectly funding terrorism in the Middle East?
A look at the 15 men who have spearheaded U.S. and NATO efforts to rout the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Experts disagree on how last night's nuclear test in North Korea will affect Obama’s State of the Union speech.
Obama's upcoming Middle East trip will include a stop in Ramallah, according to a leaked itinerary.
Israel says it is folly to classify Hezbollah as a "charity organization," and urges the E.U. to reconsider.
It was too late to save her, but the U.N. Human Rights Commission condemned the burning of a young woman as a witch.
Yemen's president called Iran's president to discuss a shipment of arms said to be headed to militants backed by Iran.
The U.N. says the frequency of bribes in Afghanistan is down, but prices have gone up, particularly for teachers.
A group of Syrian youths took a big risk on Thursday, staging a peaceful protest against the regime in central Damascus.
Iran's Supreme Ayatollah says that Iran "will not be intimidated" into negotiations with respect to its nuclear program.
Iran has footage it claims is from a U.S. spy drone, just in time for John Brennan to take the stand before the Senate.
Opposition leader Chokri Belaid was assassinated in Tunis on Wednesday.
Obama will not attempt to restart the stalled Middle East peace process on his trip to Israel, the White House said.
The revelation of a secret drone base in Saudi Arabia has brought up the controversy of U.S. drone policy again. Where do they fly from?
In a video, the Israeli PM commended the Bulgarian government for its investigation into the terrorist attacks of July 2012.
Israel confirmed all 120 members of the 19th Knesset on Tuesday, including 48 new faces.
The White House announced on Tuesday that Obama will make his first trip as U.S. President to Israel.
The Bulgarian government released the results of its investigation into the bus bombing last July: Hezbollah did it.