(Arutz Sheva) Primaries for the Democratic presidential nomination were held on Super Tuesday.
As of 11:15 p.m. EST on Tuesday, former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden was the biggest winner, having been projected to win in Virginia, North Carolina, Alabama, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Arkansas, Minnesota and
Serendipity. It’s a word that I never learned in high school as it was too far along the alphabet for me to reach it when studying for the SATs long ago. But I find myself using it often in recent days, as I was privileged to accompany two U.S. Congressmen and their wives throughout Israel. Though the trip was planned
(Ariel ben Solomon/JNS) Israeli Arab citizens flatly reject the idea floated in the recently released U.S. “Peace to Prosperity” plan that envisions the possibility that borders would be redrawn and some Arab cities and villages could become part of a future Palestinian state.
While the discussions
(Jackson Richman/JNS) During the Democratic presidential debate this week ahead of the South Carolina Democratic primary, some of the candidates defended their positions on Israel and other issues pertaining to the Middle East.
(Ariel Kahana/Israel Hayom via JNS) Five days out from Israel’s third general election in under 12 months, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was optimistic as he addressed a conference of regional council leaders.
(TPS) Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu this week chaired a government discussion on the Israeli economy’s readiness for the consequences of the coronavirus and its spread around the globe.
Netanyahu highlighted the “steady hand on the steering wheel. We are meeting on a daily basis and there is a
Winds of energy innovation are blowing in New Jersey—winds that might someday reach halfway across the world to Israel.
A Rutgers University team is conducting the research behind a project to establish wind turbine farms off the New Jersey coast that will be completed in about four
(Courtesy of World Zionist Congress): Touro College president, Dr. Alan Kadish of Teaneck, and rebbetzin and yoetzet halacha, Shira Donath of Congregation Darchei Noam in Fair Lawn, lead the Bergen County contingent vying for seats as delegates to the World Zionist Congress on Slate #4, the Orthodox Israel
Can the Iran strategy being pursued by the United States and supported by Israel succeed? If so, is the Trump administration’s “maximum pressure” policy politically sustainable?
President Trump’s announcement of his decision to withdraw the United States from the Joint Comprehensive Plan
(JNS) Israel’s Transportation Ministry has said that it’s moving ahead with plans to build an extension of the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem high-speed line that would directly connect Tel Aviv’s Ben-Gurion International Airport to the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
(JNS) U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has rebuked a group of Democratic senators who reportedly met with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif last week on the sidelines of the annual Munich Security Conference.
(JNS) Israel has announced that following several days of “relative quiet” from the Gaza Strip, it is easing restrictions on the coastal territory.
According to the Israeli Defense Ministry’s Coordinator of Government