March 2015 Headlines
Next to the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, a rare exhibit in Jerusalem now on display is perhaps one of the most important documentations of Jewish history that has ever been revealed.
For the third consecutive year, Op-Israel hackers are promising an "electronic Holocaust" against Israeli websites, credit card and email accounts.
Relations between the United States and Israel are at an all-time low, with a U.S. official recently accusing the Jewish state of spying. What does the breakdown in relations mean for both countries?
American Jewish leaders are increasingly concerned with the Obama administration's criticism of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu extended condolences to French, German and Spanish leaders on the tragic airliner crash that killed 150 passengers and crew.
The latest tensions between the Obama administration and Israel are contributing to a rise in global anti-Semitism, World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder warned Tuesday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu apologized Monday to members of Israel's minority communities, including Israeli Arabs, who were offended by remarks he made on election day.
Explosive revelations are emerging Tuesday about an elaborate Israeli spying operation on U.S.-Iranian nuclear negotiations.
The United States won't take the floor at the debate over human rights in the Palestinian terroritories Monday at the United Nations Human Rights forum.
Israel's Counter-Terrorism Bureau cautioned Israelis planning trips abroad for the spring holidays, beginning with Passover in less than two weeks.
Israeli security forces arrested six members of a Hamas terror cell planning attacks in Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria (West Bank).
Netanyahu now has 67 seats, more than the 61 seats needed to form a majority in the Knesset (parliament).
Since Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's solid victory in the election, the Obama administration has threatened to pull U.S. support from Israel at the United Nations.
The leaders of some Arab nations are satisfied that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party won a surprising victory in national elections this week, even though the man on the street is upset about it.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised no Palestinian state if he won reelection. But the United States may go to the U.N. and force Israel into a deal with the Palestinians.
Just days ago, some pundits were writing his political obituary. But Israeli voters gave Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a stunning victory Tuesday.
CBN News Middle East Bureau in Jerusalem keeps you updated Israel's national elections Tuesday, March 17.
A high turnout is expected in Israel's hotly contested national elections Tuesday.
When Israelis go to the polls in national elections on Tuesday, March 17, they'll have 26 parties to choose from.
Israel's soldiers have already begun to vote in a crucial election to choose the country's next prime minister.
ISIS shocked the world yet again by using a 12-year-old boy to execute an Israeli Arab accused of being a spy. But the victim's father says his son was no spy, just a misled teenager.
The Jerusalem Winner Marathon has become one of the most popular in the world, especially for Christians. One of those runners tells CBN News what it's like to run through the streets of the Holy City.
The polls say voters in Israel want "change." Sounds like America in 2008 when hundreds of millions went into a campaign mantra of "change" that would erase the "nightmare" created by eight years of George W. Bush.
Should Israelis choose a left-wing government next Tuesday, they won't be able to plead ignorance down the road.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin hosted about 100 visitors at his Jerusalem residence Tuesday evening to talk about national elections and encourage them to vote on March 17.
The question of which parties and which leader Israel will choose to lead their next government in Tuesday's election is still very much up in the air.
Christians planning to spend Christmas in Israel next year may find a Christmas tree in their hotel lobby.
Palestinian Authority security forces have taken more than 100 Hamas operatives into custody in P.A.-controlled cities in Judea and Samaria, 40 arrested on Sunday.
Tens of thousands of Israeli leftists rallied this weekend for an "anyone but Netanyahu" rally.
Israelis take to the streets every year to celebrate Purim. The holiday marks the victory of the Jewish people 2,500 years ago over the wicked Haman. Fast forward and many see a parallel today.
Speaking before the U.S. Congress, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu made a strong case against Iran. Now the question is will it make a difference in Israel's upcoming national election.
An Israeli Arab terrorist plowed his vehicle into four female border policewoman in Jerusalem Friday.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, 76, was hospitalized in critical condition Wednesday, according to several unconfirmed media reports.
What would you do if you had to give away millions of dollars a year?
President Obama brushed off Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech before Congress, saying he didn't offer any "viable alternatives" to the pending nuclear deal with Iran.
The first Israeli poll conducted after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress shows he may have gained slightly in the tight race to lead the next government.
Applause and criticism greeted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu before a controversial appearance in Congress.
As Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed a joint session of Congress Tuesday, fulfilling what some believe is historic destiny, Jerusalem streets are a joy to behold.
Addressing members of both houses of Congress, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu assured the world Tuesday that even if his country has to stand alone in the face of the Iranian nuclear threat, "Israel will stand."
Israeli Economy Minister Naftali Bennett called the emerging nuclear deal between Iran and the six world powers an unmitigated disaster of "historical proportions."
Netanyahu arrived in Washington Sunday ahead of his speeches at the AIPAC policy conference and his address to Congress on Iran's nuclear program.