The year 2013 is now over, but it leaves behind hundreds of IDF stories to remember.
An American tourist on a Birthright Israel trip killed himself, the organization behind the program for Jewish young adults said.
As a country committed to environmental work and sustainability, numerous Israeli groups have worked to use innovation prowess to further green causes.
The Israel Museum is now the proud owner of the world’s first ever Jewish coin.
Yitzhak Rabin's son said Trump’s rhetoric is threatening US democracy and creating an atmosphere similar to that leading up to his father’s assassination.
Although it has been seven decades since the end of World War II, many Holocaust survivors are still looking for their lost family members.
A terrorist stabbing attack occurred this evening, October 14, near Jerusalem's Central Bus Station on Jaffa Street.
A rabid wolf recently went on a rampage in Tiberias, biting at least ten individuals before being shot dead by a member of United Hatzalah last Thursday.
A leading archaeologist is saying that a home dating back to the 1st century CE unearthed in Nazareth may have been the childhood house of Jesus.
On Sunday, October 16th, the day before Sukkot, the Tel Aviv streets were teeming with buses, cars, and pedestrians as the locals were making their last minute purchases before the holiday. An 18-year-old woman who recently joined the...