November 2013 Headlines
Just days after the Iran Nuclear deal, the White House and Tehran are at loggerheads over the terms of the accord.
Part of the U.S.-backed peace process seeks to split Jerusalem once again. But Israel maintains that a division is impossible. The city is its eternal, undivided capital.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly warned President Barack Obama about the fallout from the Geneva Accord on Iran's nuclear program.
A team of U.S.and Israeli archaeologists at Tel Kabri in the Western Galilee uncovered the oldest and largest wine cellar ever found.
Netanyahu has said repeatedly the deal is a dangerous one for the Jewish state.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told a gathering of local Jewish leaders in Moscow Iran would not get nuclear weapons on his watch.
The P5+1 struck an historic deal early Sunday morning in Geneva with the Islamic Republic of Iran.
A four-member team from the Israel Relief Coalition left Tel Aviv this week to assess the ongoing needs in the Philippines.
Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said Friday strengthening the Islamic Republic also strengthens the terror groups it finances, trains and arms.
While world powers met with Iran's negotiators, a meeting between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin fell flat.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised Russian Jewish community leaders in Moscow Thursday Iran will not have nuclear weapons.
Western powers resume their talks with Iran Wednesday over its nuclear program.
Israeli and U.S. defense officials conducted a successful interception test of David's Sling, a layer of the anti-missile defense system designed for medium-range missiles.
Israeli pilots targeted a weapons manufacturing plant and two arms-smuggling tunnels in the Gaza Strip Wednesday morning, identifying direct hits.
Jihadists killed at least 10 Egyptian soldiers and injured 35 in a car bomb attack near the Rafah border crossing.
Gaza-based Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh's critically ill granddaughter was brought to Israel for treatment at a hospital over the weekend.
A dual suicide bombing targeted the Iranian Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday morning, killing nearly two dozen people and injuring close to 150.
An Israeli field hospital is up and running in the Philippines, delivering much needed medical help to those grief-stricken people.
President Barack Obama is seeking to avoid more sanctions against Iran -- a move Israel and other allies say is a bad idea.
The Palestinian Authority often pleads poverty, frequently announcing its need for additional international aid for economic survival.
Defense Minister Hossein Dehghan says the aircraft has a range that could cover much of the Middle East -- including Israel.
Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon attributed increased terror attacks over the past several months to the political process with the Palestinian Authority.
President Barack Obama is asking Congress not to add more sanctions against Iran, saying he wants to give the international community time to work out a diplomatic solution.
Israeli medical staff delivered a healthy baby boy on Friday at the field hospital set up this week in the Philippines.
Hezbollah chief Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah said war is the only alternative to reaching an agreement with Iran on its nuclear program, an outcome he says Israel wants.
Israel sent a 148-member contingent to the Philippines to set up a field hospital, distribute humanitarian and medical supplies and help with search and rescue efforts.
From Gaza terror attacks to a nuclear Iran, most people only see images of turmoil surrounding Israel. Still, millions visit the Holy Land every year despite the upheaval.
Israeli Intelligence Minister Yuval Steinitz is warning against any type of deal on Iran's nuclear program.
An Israeli government minister blamed the Palestinian Authority for contributing to the terrorist murder of an Israeli soldier on Wednesday.
Russia's foreign and defense minister arrived in Egypt Wednesday for two days of talks on the largest arms deal between the two nations since the early 70s.
Netanyahu urged Housing Minister Uri Ariel to "reconsider all of the steps for evaluating planning potential" for new housing projects.
CBN Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell took a look at how Christians from India recently dedicated a prayer center in the heart of Jerusalem.
Former MK Rafi Eitan, who served as chairman of the now defunct Pensioner's Party, issued an apology to convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard.
The Palestinian Authority has a ways to go with freedom of the press if it wants to become a democracy.
Tiny Israel is always one of the first countries to respond to natural disasters around the world and the Philippines' Typhoon Haiyan is no different.
Jews worldwide marked the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht (Night of Broken Glass), a pivotal event in Hitler's march to eradicate European Jewry.
Rumors of a nuclear deal with Iran sparked concern in Israel where Netanyahu said world powers are making a mistake and Iran is getting a free pass.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appeared to reject pressure from visiting U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to get back to peace talks with the Palestinians.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry flew to Jordan Thursday to meet with Abbas at his residence in Amman and will return to Israel Friday to meet with Netanyahu.
Israel's right wing got a boost Wednesday when Jerusalem Magistrate Court justices fully acquitted former Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman of fraud charges.
According to the latest media reports, Kerry intends to convey U.S. intentions to present its formula for a permanent solution in January.
Iran is reportedly weeks from making enough uranium for a nuclear warhead. Israeli Ambassador Ido Aharonitalks talks more about the threat to his country and the world.
A Muslim sheikh in Syria said there won't be room for any religion but Islam in the Middle East if he has his way.
A Syrian refugee who gave birth to her first child in an Israeli hospital Sunday morning said both she and her newborn are getting "wonderful, devoted care."
There are reports that Israeli warplanes attacked a shipment of Russian missiles inside a Syrian government stronghold, a U.S. security official said.
Israel's Ethiopian Jewish community gathered Thursday to celebrate Sigd, a 2,500-year-old holiday observed during their dispersion in Africa.
Five Israeli soldiers were injured early Friday when Hamas terrorists detonated a bomb near the security fence along the border with the Gaza Strip.