Lawmakers warn president's 'strategy of forcing PA to negotiating table by withholding humanitarian assistance from women and children is misguided and destined to backfire'
From Havana to Ukraine, the settings are as diverse as the languages in 'Hatuey: Memory of Fire' by Grammy Award-winning Frank London and Elise Thoron, playing through September 23
Pro-Israel organizations lambaste educator's recent refusal to write letter of recommendation for student who wanted to study in Tel Aviv
Document, which lay forgotten in Royal Society library for hundreds of years, reveals astronomer tried to soften position on bible-science clash to avoid angering Inquisition
Singer says new release, featured in upcoming movie about the Jewish judge, seeks to pay tribute to a woman 'who has spent a lifetime fighting tirelessly for equality'
Following recognition of Israel's capital, lawmakers argue it is time for State Department to change rules to agree with new policies
The author, who has been vocal in her criticism of bigotry, has seemingly incorporated her views into 'Lethal White,' the latest in her Cormoran Strike mystery series
PA chief will make final effort for peace progress before turning to 'difficult decisions,' Arab paper reports, including suspending recognition of Israel, annulling accords
In Paris, former Israeli PM calls Abbas 'a great leader' and 'friend,' according to official Palestinian media, says they could have made peace long ago if not for his legal woes
US secretary of state says Tehran 'will be held accountable' for any assaults by its allies on US interests in the Middle East, does not rule out military response
New York Times reports that Rod Rosenstein floated the idea of using the 25th Amendment to deem US president unfit for office
US Treasury describes Assad Ahmad Barakat as key figure for the Lebanese terror group, operating in an area considered a haven for smugglers, traffickers and counterfeiters
Letter was sent to Merwede Square when family was already in hiding from the Nazis in the west of Amsterdam; it bears a red 'return to sender' stamp and is addressed to Otto Frank