December 2013 Headlines
Secretary of State John Kerry says if an Israeli-Palestinian agreement doesn't improve Israel's security, there shouldn't be a deal.
More than 20 Christian leaders from Norway presented a statement to the Israeli Knesset this week asking the Jewish state to forgive them.
For eight days at this time of year, Jewish people around the world celebrate Hanukkah, a holiday marking a great victory won 2,000 years ago.
As Jews and Christians worldwide face a growing wave of persecution, one Jewish leader is saying the two groups must stand together to confront increasing violence.
Israeli archaeologists have uncovered a first-ever find in Jerusalem: an impressive building dating to the second century B.C., the time period of the famous Maccabee family.
For decades, Islamic leaders have incited Muslims by telling them the al-Aksa Mosque is in danger. It's a dishonest tactic aimed to undermine Israel and Judeo-Christian values.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has invited Pope Francis to visit Israel.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says relaxed Western sanctions against Iran is already falling apart.
The Christmas season is underway early in Bethlehem, as the town of Jesus' birth kicked off its celebration with a tree lighting ceremony Sunday.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is giving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a hard time.