US reportedly accuses Russia of violating 1987 treaty by deploying tactical nuclear weapons to intimidate former Soviet satellite states
New Cleveland Browns kicker, whose faith has guided him throughout his life and career, says he aims to get better every day and have fun while doing it
Joint statement by intelligence officials says countries 'seeding disinformation' ahead of midterms in possible reprise of the Moscow-tainted presidential race of 2016
Elegant and upscale, the area serves as springboard for examination of displacement and succession as part of the yearly event, along with art and music around town
Translator Gili Bar Hillel speaks about the challenges of interpreting the series in a manner that would resonate with Israeli readers
With terror group seemingly working to curb violence, defense officials reportedly weigh renewing fuel transfer into Strip to create positive momentum
Recalling a Jewish quota in place until the '60s, a lawsuit claims the admissions process targets one group; critics say the case is a conservative bid to repeal affirmative action
PM Scott Morrison has even floated the idea of moving the Australian embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in attempt to woo Jewish voters
Myriad of conflicting descriptions pegged journalist as a Muslim Brotherhood sympathiser, an aide to the monarchy, a critic of the regime, a liberal, and even a friend of Bin Laden
In first response to Saudi Arabia's admission that journalist was killed, White House spokeswoman 'acknowledges announcement' about 'tragic incident'
Jason Greenblatt tweets condemnation of Hamas 'using toys as weapons'
Protests come amid outrage over recent spike in the number of women murdered by family members, with 20 killed so far this year
AP contributor recalls Saudi journalist's work ethic and ability to earn the respect of Islamists and leftist seculars alike
At the same time, monarchy announces the sacking of a top intelligence official following an internal investigation into journalist's disappearance