October 2014 Headlines
Americans living in Israel are already voting in midterm elections. CBN News visited one center, where Americans could turn in their ballots.
Rainy weather may put a damper on P.A. Chairman Mahmoud Abbas's call to observe a "day of rage" on Friday to defend the al-Aksa Mosque on Jerusalem's Temple Mount.
If the White House isn't held to account for benign neglect of the world's most dangerous regimes at the expense of Israel, this nation and all its allies can expect to pay a much steeper price in chaos and disruption.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he's yet to hear one word from the international community over Palestinian Authority incitement.
In the latest violence in the nation's capital, the top advocate for Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount was critically wounded in an assassination attempt Wednesday evening.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he's under fire because he won't compromise the safety of Israel.
With Jerusalem increasingly the focus of much of the world, the words of the ancient Jewish prophet Zechariah come to mind.
Criticism over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's authorization of new housing units in Jerusalem drew the usual outcry from the usual sources.
It seems the military might of the world is focused on ISIS and that is worrying some in the Middle East who believe an even greater danger is lurking in the region.
Egyptian President Abdel Fatah el-Sisi declared a state of emergency after massive terror attacks this weekend in the northern Sinai killed 30 soldiers and wounded 31.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Islamic extremists are behind a spate of rock and fire bomb attacks in Jerusalem over the last few months.
The Associated Press is facing some heat for its offensive headline following Thursday's terror attack in Jerusalem.
Jakob Denzinger is a suspected Nazi war criminal. He is living out a comfortable retirement in Croatia, courtesy of U.S. taxpayers.
Israel Police are restricting entrance to Muslims on the Temple Mount to aid riot control after traditional Friday prayer.
An adviser to P.A. President Mahmoud Abbas has praised the terrorist who killed an American-Israeli baby and wounded seven others Wednesday in Jerusalem as a "heroic martyr."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu approved a plan to address increasing terror-related incidents in Jerusalem.
A day after a Palestinian terrorist killed an American baby in Jerusalem when he plowed a car into a crowd, masked Palestinians threw rocks at a Jerusalem kindergarten.
Archaeologists in Jerusalem have discovered a rare Latin inscription from the Roman period just 100 years after Jesus.
Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said Israel will not allow Hamas to rebuild the terror infrastructure destroyed during the military operation in the Gaza Strip in July.
A nuclear-armed Iran is a far more dangerous threat to the world than the Islamic State, but to Israel, it's an even a greater threat.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's remarks tying ISIS with the lack of progress in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations follows a pattern.
The P.A. unity government has yet to function as a cohesive coalition, as disputes between rival Palestinian factions, Hamas and Fatah, continue.
An overwhelming majority of Israelis oppose the establishment of a Palestinian state if it would mean re-dividing Jerusalem.
Conflict is not something new for Israel.
CBN's Scott Ross recently travelled to Jerusalem where Jamie Geller, known as the "Kosher Rachael Ray," taught him about the seven super foods of the Bible.
As stories of new beheadings of Christian children in Iraq come to light, many wonder - who will speak out against it? It appears that Jews and Christians are joining together to answer the call.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon gets a firsthand look at a Hamas terror tunnel dug under Israel's border with the Gaza Strip.
Christians around the world plan to gather in Jerusalem next year at Pentecost to pray for a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit on a new generation.
Israeli police have prevented a violent attack by Palestinian rioters at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
Global donors have pledged $5.4 billion to rebuild areas in Gaza damaged by Israeli airstrikes during last summer's military confrontation with Hamas.
While some see Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas as the best partner for peace, Palestinian insiders say his regime is riddled with corruption paid for by Western tax dollars.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's remarks blaming the "Israeli occupation" for the summer confrontation with Hamas.
Rock throwing incidents by Israeli Arabs are on the increase again in Jerusalem, injuring people, including children, and often inflicting extensive property damage.
The Palestinian Authority appears to be gaining international support to force Israel to return to the pre-1967 armistice lines.
For more than a decade, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been warning the world of Iran's goal to develop nuclear weapons capabilities.
While ISIS gains in Iraq and Syria, Secretary of State John Kerry was at a donors conference in Cairo, pledging aid for Gaza.
Masked Palestinian Arab protesters injured three Israeli police officers on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City on Wednesday morning.
A huge explosion rocked a military base believed to be part of Iran's clandestine nuclear weapons program Monday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the Islamic State is not the only imminent threat the world should be watching.
Former GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee and conservative group Concerned Women for America joined forces to sponsor a "Stand with Israel" rally on Capitol Hill Sunday.
On Sunday, hundreds gathered in Jerusalem and millions more around the world to pray for the peace of Jerusalem.
The Jewish state wants the world body to recognize Yom Kippur as an official U.N. holiday.
More than 80 percent of the U.S. House of Representatives signed a letter to Secretary John Kerry raising concern about Iran's refusal to cooperate with nuclear inspectors.
Nearly three in four Israelis do not trust President Obama to conduct U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with President Barack Obama to address areas of tension in the U.S.-Israeli relationship.
P.A. President Mahmoud Abbas wants the U.N. Security Council to set a November 2016 deadline for a complete Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank, including East Jerusalem.