November 2012 Headlines
The U.N. voted overwhelmingly to recognize the Palestinian Authority as a state. But could the vote put Israel and P.A. even further from the negotiating table?
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called today's expected decision by the U.N. General Assembly "meaningless."
Palestinian leaders are hoping the United Nations will upgrade their status this week to statehood but it could hurt peace talks.
Despite the turmoil in Egypt, the nation's leaders are working on "indirect" talks between Israel and Hamas. What is the biggest threat facing Israel now?
Hostilities between Hamas and Israel are affecting tourism to the Holy Land.
Israel and the U.S. have successfully tested a new medium-range anti-missile system. "David's Sling" weapons system intercepted a target during its inaugural flight test.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak announced on Monday he's quitting politics.
The U.S.-sponsored cease-fire between Hamas and Israel seems to have bolstered ties between Hamas. Iran and Egypt.
Islamic Cleric issues fatwa for Hamas to honor cease-fire but will it last?
They call it "Rocket Town." For more than a decade, Israelis in Sderot and southern Israel have lived under almost daily rocket attacks from the Gaza strip.
Israel and Hamas officially agreed to a cease-fire on Wednesday evening, but many Israelis are wary of the agreement.
Israel and Hamas have reached a complete cease-fire agreement on the condition that Hamas stops firing rockets from Gaza, according to Israeli leaders.
In true jihadist style, Hamas gunmen executed six men Tuesday accused of collaborating with Israel.
Funeral services were held Wednesday for a young soldier killed in a mortar shell attack near the Gaza border on Tuesday.
A bomb attack in a passenger bus in central Tel Aviv at noon on Wednesday injured at least 16 passengers, two seriously, three moderately and the rest lightly.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sent a condolence message to Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi on the death of his sister.
Police have an Israeli in custody following an attack on a security guard at the US Embassy in Tel Aviv.
A ceasefire between Israel and Hamas could come soon as diplomats on both side say they are trying to put an end to the deadly fighting between Gaza and Israel.
Air raid sirens sounded in Jerusalem again at 2:15 p.m. Israeli time.
While Israel continues its offensive against Hamas, hackers attempted more than a million cyberattacks against Israeli government websites in a 24-hour period.
About 500 foreign journalists arrived in Israel over the weekend to cover Operation Pillar of Defense, the Government Press Office reported on Monday.
Hundreds of Israelis gathered to pray for their country as Hamas continued to launch rockets into Israel and the Israeli Air Force carried out strikes on terror targets.
Israel warned on Sunday it was widening its range of targets to go after Hamas military commanders.
Air raid sirens sounded throughout Tel Aviv on Saturday as Palestinian militants targeted the city for a third straight day.
Israel is once again at war with terror groups in the Gaza Strip.
The Israeli Air Force ratcheted up its air strikes at terrorist sites in the Gaza Strip Thursday as rockets rained down on southern Israel.
An Israeli Defense Force spokesman announced Israel is now in Operation Cloud Pillar as war with Hamas is rapidly escalating.
The Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party accused Israel of stoking the flames in Gaza to achieve political gains in the upcoming January election.
Israel is mulling stronger military action after a spike in Palestinian rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip on southern Israeli cities.
A Salafist cleric in Egypt has called for the destruction of the Pyramids of Giza and the Great Sphinx, citing Islamic law on eliminating idols.
For the second time in as many days, a mortar shell fired from Syria exploded in the Golan Heights.
A second mortar shell landed in northern Israel Monday, a day after Israel fired a warning shot into Syria in response to a Syrian mortar that hit the Golan Heights.
Palestinians in the Gaza Strip bombarded southern Israel with more than 75 rockets and mortar shells in a 24-hour period.
While Americans wonder what President Obama's next term means for them, many Israelis are asking what impact his re-election will have on our closest Middle East ally.
Palestinians blew up a large, explosives-laden smuggling tunnel near the border with Israel Thursday night.
The Israel Defense Forces sent medical personnel, engineers and a search-and-rescue team to Ghana Wednesday evening after a four-story shopping center collapsed.
Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologists uncovered a well dating back 8,500 years to the Neolithic Period.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and P.A. chief negotiator Saeb Erekat are pleased with President Obama's re-election.
A new poll released Thursday by The Times of Israel
revealed that at least 45 percent of Israelis favor Republican candidate Mitt Romney over President Barack Obama.
In the face of continued rocket and missile threats from all sides, Israel is upgrading its anti-missile defense systems.
Israel Defense Forces Maj.-Gen. Gadi Shamni, a 35-year veteran of the IDF, announced his retirement from the military.