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White House could delay rolling out long-awaited peace plan until November, due to political turmoil in Israel, says special envoy
Prime minister leads cabinet meeting at site of 'Trump Heights,' says US president who recognized Israel's control over strategic plateau is a 'very great friend'
Israel Katz says Jerusalem has 'key role to play' in process of boosting regional economic cooperation; formal invitation yet to be extended
Ross Anthony Farca says in chatroom he would live-stream his massacre of 'subhuman' Jews, carry out attack while dressed in Nazi uniform
Early-stage startup in industries including AI, autonomous systems will be guided to growth, Intel CEO Bob Swan says during Israel visit
The National Library of Israel publishes statistics on the state of the country's book publishing industry for 2018, with a focus on literature's approach to kids with disabilities
After Yisrael Beytenu chief calls for coalition without ultra-Orthodox, Blue and White No. 2 says prospective government 'the right thing for Israel'
Brooklyn commuter caught on camera screaming 'Kill all Jews'; NYPD investigating incident as a hate crime
Boeing acknowledges that engine fire extinguisher switch can jam; FAA orders checks; crews say authorities taking the cheap, not the safe, route
As New York schools end and Jewish children head upstate, counties mandate vaccines for campers
48 million people left in the dark; electrical failure reportedly spreads to parts of Paraguay and Brazil
Parliament speaker backs accusation by claiming, falsely, that US targeted its own ships in WWII
Amid mounting Gulf tensions, Tehran set to announce resumption of ‘limitless’ uranium enrichment at shuttered Arak heavy water reactor
Opposition MK notes that there's 'no binding decision to implement' pledge to name Golan town after US president
Kokuka Courageous docks at Sharjah, with all crew 'safe and well' after suspected Iranian attack
Opposition party's no. 2 doesn't mention Netanyahu, but says joining forces with PM's party 'the right thing for Israel'
The Yisrael Beytenu chief roils the political scene with his plans for a unity government with Likud and Blue and White, but without Haredi parties or (seemingly) Netanyahu
Voters got to see how parties behaved after elections, and parties now know the real risk of a hardline negotiation stance
Firms were chosen out of 270 around the world in a number of categories in the Transformational Business Awards, of the World Bank Group and The Financial Times newspaper
I will no longer avoid the story of how he was senselessly murdered