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Forced to cancel Israel show in 2014, 'gangsta Nancy Sinatra' joins long lineup of international musicians for September gig on Jordan River
Defense minster reportedly discussed Strip's humanitarian crisis and the return of captive Israeli civilians and fallen soldiers held by Hamas
Even Moses was replaceable, but it took 4 different models of leadership to cover his job
Investigators to question PM at his official residence, said likely to recommend bribery charges; final decision by attorney general unlikely before late 2019
After Trump strips former CIA chief of clearance, experts say actions could be used by prosecutors to show pattern of attempting to disrupt Mueller probe
Air assaults on Hmeimim facility said to originate in northern Idlib province, the last bastion of the anti-Assad rebellion, as well as jihadist groups
St. Sgt. Alon Segev was filmed striking a member of Jewish-Arab group Ta'ayush who was accompanying Palestinian farmers in Hebron Hills area to their fields
Originally budgeted at between $10 and $30 million, cost estimates have sky-rocketed past $90 million and drawn criticism over waste
Named for philanthropist Moise Safra, a complex opening on the Upper East Side will offer classes, events, a pool, and synagogue -- to the Jewish people as a whole
State Department policy planning chief Brian Hook tapped to head new body to focus US efforts on effecting a change in Iranian regime's 'violence and destabilizing behavior'
White House says agreement came in July Helsinki summit, but adds Russia wary of taking action; Bolton to meet Russian counterpart for follow-up talks next week
The scandals come fast and furious, but the Labour leader's backers see nefarious plots by 'wealthy and powerful circles' behind the barrage of troubling revelations
'You have embarrassed us in the eyes of our children and divided us as a nation,' charges retired decorated Navy admiral William McRaven
Spokesman for Republican John Cox says he met a Holocaust survivor at motor vehicle office who said lines were 'worse' than concentration camps
Jerry Wexler, a one-time journalist and the son of a German Jewish father and Polish Jewish mother, helped her record her 1967 breakout hit 'Respect'
Warning from Treasury Secretary Mnuchin comes as Turkish counterpart vows country will weather its currency woes
Some are heeding Erdogan's call for boycotting American goods by destroying products with sledgehammer
Arab and Druze community leaders who met with PA president say he warned waving banner 'antagonizes Jews, does not advance peace'
Man tells Palestinian police he hit victim by accident and fled due to fear; military sources say hit-and-run likely, though local settler leader insists it was terrorism
TV report quotes Nadav Argaman telling ministers a deal with terror group that ignores Abbas will 'prove terror pays,' bolster Hamas in West Bank, and weaken moderates