U.S. warns against visits to JerusalemAmerican citizens warned to avoid certain parts of Jerusalem because of an increase in stabbing attacks in and around the Old City.
Palestinians: Jerusalem run will 'Judaize' cityRunning event in Jerusalem seen by Palestinian public figures as a political move to emphasize Jewish connection to the Old City.
Stabbing attack in Jerusalem's Old CityTwo seriously wounded in stabbing attack near Herod's Gate in Old City. Terrorist neutralized.
34 people injured in fire in JerusalemVictims suffered smoke inhalation, no one severely injured.
Jerusalemite aided Hamas - for renovationsFemale resident of capital contacted Hamas terrorists freed in Shalit deal, aided in money transfers to jailed terrorists.
Jerusalem5800: Much more than just JerusalemPlanners say the capital must expand to the north, south and east, including an international airport, subways, and much more.
Jerusalem synagogue desecratedSynagogue in heart of Jerusalem vandalized overnight with graffiti of black crosses.
Kupat Ha'ir: The charity of the leaders of JudaismKupat Ha'ir is the largest volunteer-based charity fund supported by Jews worldwide, with offices in Israel, the U.S., Canada and throughout
Only 11 percent of Bnei Brak students graduateThe Ministry of Education has published its findings, per city, of the best and worst education in the country - and why.
14 arrested over Jerusalem car bomb casePolice have arrested 14 suspects in connection to the Jerusalem assassination attempt, are holding them on various drug and weapons charges.
Jerusalem cable-car will have station in SilwanA new controversy may have been sparked in Jerusalem by Nir Barkat, who announced that the Jerusalem cablecar will have a station in Silwan
20-year-old stabbed in JerusalemMan suffers light to moderate wounds in a stabbing on Shivtey Yisrael Street. Police believe incident is criminal.
Toddler falls four stories, in serious conditionA toddler fell four stories from his porch to the stone courtyard below in Jerusalem. MDA emergency personnel describe the scene.
Jerusalem hit-and-run victim improves"We will be following proceedings to ensure that the force of law, in all its severity, is carried out."
'Women of the Wall' to hold a shofar seminarWomen of the Wall are holding a shofar-blowing seminar to teach "women and girls to experience their Judaism without intermediaries."
Police recommend trial for hit-and-run driverMore details of the case emerge as police recommend a man stand trial for running over a 6 year-old boy on Shabbat - then fleeing the scene.
PA Mufti: Every centimeter of Jerusalem is IslamicPalestinian mufti calls on the Palestinian people and residents of Jerusalem to gather around the Al-Aqsa Mosque and protect it.
Tel Aviv-Jerusalem fast train on track for 2018Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz says fast train connection between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem on track to launch in early 2018.
Indictment filed for Jerusalem street stabbingTwo Jerusalem youths have been indicted for stabbing and wounding two brothers with whom they had a street fight.
Man indicted for funnelling Hamas fundsSaif Al-Din Abed Al-Nabi was indicted for hiding Hamas money in cellphones, clothing bags, to smuggle them from Turkey to terror families.
Great-granddaughter of Rabbi Shteinman passes awayOne year-old Miriam Eidel Berlin, who had drowned in the bathtub in her Jerusalem home two weeks ago, has passed away.
PA: No proof of Jewish existence in JerusalemPA minister insists Israel's archaeological excavations have failed to find proof of an ancient Jewish existence in Jerusalem.
Haredim riot over draft-dodger arrestPolice report rioting haredim in Jerusalem near Kikar Hashabbat, after security forces arrested a youth for dodging the IDF draft.
'America is asleep to its existential threat'Fox News' Pete Hegseth spoke last night at a Jerusalem dinner in his honor. MKs, security members, and other officials were in attendance.
'Israel will never be alone'Activist May Golan spoke at a Jerusalem dinner to honor Fox News' Pete Hegseth, together with MKs, security establishment officials.
'What happens in Europe, soon in the US'Lisa Daftari of Fox News spoke at a Jerusalem dinner to honor Pete Hegseth, together with MKs, security members, and other officials.
'Israelis try to frighten themselves'MK Avi Dichter spoke at a Jerusalem dinner to honor Fox News' Pete Hegseth, together with other MKs, security members, and other officials.
'Terror is a new kind of war - and we're winning'Sharren Haskel spoke at a Jerusalem dinner in honor of Fox News' Pete Hegseth, together with MKs, security members, and other officials.
Watch: 'Kleibedik' at the Klezmir FestivalUnder laser lights and with pop personality, Kleibedik brings klezmer alive with psalms, hassidic tunes...and Michael Jackson.
'Jerusalem itself is the sovereign'Jerusalem musician and radio personality Yehoram Gaon shares his feelings on Jerusalem and music at the annual Klezmer Festival.
Hatzalah marks 30 years of saving livesHatzalah thanks thousands of volunteers with 30th anniversary event featuring Jerusalem Mayor, performances by Avraham Fried and Ishay Ribo.
Yeshiva student wounded in Jerusalem terror attackJewish man stabbed by terrorist on way to Mount of Olives cemetery in Jerusalem.
Jerusalem municipality backs Gilo constructionPlan to build new housing units in the southern Jerusalem neighborhood of Gilo advanced with the blessing of the Jerusalem municipality.
NBA star arrives in Israel, discusses Jewish rootsAmar'e Stoudemire told the press today of his goals, plans, and dreams, as a player on Jerusalem basketball team Hapoel.
Fans indicted for attempted murder, other offenses19 members of Beitar Jerusalem fan-base 'La Familia' indicted in court today for attempted murder, aggravated robbery.
A time of fear, courage and intensityPersonal reflections and feelings of an Oleh psychologist, living through the magical time of the scared three weeks in Jerusalem.
Baby drowns in bathtub in JerusalemThe 18-month-old girl's condition is termed very serious. MDA paramedics administered CPR and evacuated the child to the hospital.
Student mastermind attacked the light railShabak interrogations reveal the plans of the Jerusalem Light Rail Bomber, from how he entered Israel, to where he planned the attack.
'Offensive' standup comic barred from police eventIsraeli comic, scheduled to perform at event honoring police in Jerusalem, barred from event after demeaning jokes about police on his show.
Police refuse to serve in JerusalemFew new recruits for Jerusalem police, as veteran cops refuse to serve in capital.
'Africa’s future depends on Israel'Christian African leaders met and planned with Natan Sharansky over the Jewish Agency's work on the continent.
Watch: Car explodes in JerusalemPolice are investigating a car explosion on Keren Hayesod Street. All indications point at criminal activity.
Man arrested for to kill himself over Pride paradeMan who expressed suicidal thoughts in a letter in connection to gay pride parade in Jerusalem to be kept under house arrest.
Pride flags removed from around Great SynagogueMayor Nir Barkat instructs city to remove rainbow flags from Great Synagogue, Hechal Shlomo.
Terrorist attempts attack 2 days after releasePolice in Jerusalem on Monday prevented a terror attack in Jerusalem's Old City, by a determined repeat offender.
Egyptian newspaper under fire because of JerusalemEgyptian newspaper Al-Ahram says "Jerusalem" instead of "Al-Quds", comes under fire on social media.
Palestinians arrested over Negev burglary spreeFour Arabs have been incarcerated for theft, breaking and entering into homes in southern Israel.
'Annex the communities of greater Jerusalem'Minister Yisrael Katz: Israel should promote its own initiative in the region and not capitulate to foreign attempts to impose peace.
State Department blasts Israeli 'land seizures'State Department uses unusually strong language in condemning Israel's plans to build in Maale Adumim and in Jerusalem.
UN chief blasts Israeli construction in JerusalemUN Secretary-General says approval of housing units in Maale Adumim and Jerusalem raises questions about Israel's long-term intentions.
Barkat: We must not stop building in Jerusalem'People must be allowed to live in whatever part of the city they choose', says Jerusalem Mayor.
Hundreds of new houses in Jerusalem, Ma'ale AdumimPrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu approves plans to build 760 housing units in Ma'ale Adumim and Jerusalem.
Arab who posed as terminally ill Jew indictedA Jerusalem Arab has been indicted for extortion and blackmail, after posing as a Jewish woman sick with cancer.
'He returned the Jewish people to Jerusalem'MK and Temple Mount activist Yehuda Glick eulogizes Dr. Irving Moskowitz as a one-of-a-kind Jewish phenomenon.
'The doctor who saved the life of Jerusalem'Activists credit American-Jewish philanthropist Dr. Irving Moskowitz with the miraculous Jewish revival in Jerusalem; 'He's not gone.'
Palestinian campaign targets Arabs selling to JewsArab activists in Jerusalem - backed by the Palestinian Authority - announce new push to stop Jewish population growth. Will it backfire?
Jerusalem to get 'Gush Katif Square'Square on Shaarei Tzedek Street to be dedicated to memory of 21 Gaza communities destroyed in 2005 Disengagement.