US: Police arrest bombing suspectAhmed Khan Rahami captured in Linden, New Jersey, after firefight. He is suspected of involvement in series of east-coast bombings.
Assad: Airstrike is 'flagrant American aggression'Syrian President accuses US and its allies of supporting terrorist groups like ISIS after coalition airstrike kills 62 regime troops.
US: Search for 'armed and dangerous' terroristPolice are searching for Ahmad Khan Rahami who is suspected of planting the bomb that wounded 29 people in Manhattan.
Australian jets involved in botched US air strikeAccording to Defense Department reports, Australian jets were involved in US-led air strike in Syria which killed 62 Syrians fighting ISIS.
Fragile truce in Syria extended by 48 hoursThe fragile truce in Syria has been extended for 48 hours under an agreement between Moscow and Washington
Ayalon: Israel could have gotten better dealIsrael's former deputy foreign minister, Dani Ayalon feels Israel could have got more foreign aid if PM hadn't criticized the nuclear pact.
Philippines throws out US Special ForcesPresident Rodrigo Duterte has ordered all US Special Forces out of southern Philippines.
The Senator who defies the Obama administrationLindsey Graham budgeted more in military aid for 2017 than administration is willing to give, and the White House refuses to sign agreement.
For US and Russia, war in Syria mainly in the airThe 2 superpowers and former foes have found themselves on opposing sides of the Syrian civil war but have avoided direct clashes.
Death still raining from the air in SyriaAt least 58 dead, including 13 children, from airstrikes on Idlib, in which busy marketplace was hit. Truce only come into effect tomorrow.
Key points in US-Russia truce deal on SyriaHere are the main points of the plan devised by the US and Russia to try to end the fighting in the Syrian civil war.
Syria regime accepts US-Russia truceCan the war in Syria be nearing an end? President Assad accepts US-Russian joint plan of pathway to end the conflict, but opposition unsure.
Iranian vessel sails dangerously close to US shipUS officials say that an Iranian ship sailed directly in front of a US Navy vessel in a way that was "unsafe and unprofessional."
First commercial flight from U.S. arrives in CubaHistory made as the first commercial flight between the United States and Cuba in more than a half century lands in Santa Clara.
'Not a fair fight - and that's how we like it'US pilots explain how it feels to fly the new F-35 stealth fighter - which Israel is set to get in December.
Iran to Turkey: Get out of SyriaIran claims Turkey's offensive "a violation of Syria's sovereignty," as Turkey marches deeper into Kurdish-claimed territory.
Historic: Jet Blue lands in Cuba todayOne small step for man: The first US-Cuba commercial flight in 50 years takes off today.
US announces 10,000th Syrian refugee of the yearUS meets it goal more than a month ahead of schedule, while critics warn its opening its gates to terrorism.
Pentagon: Stand down, Kurds, TurksAs the US-backed Kurds and the invading Turks continue to scrap to the west of the Euphrates, the Pentagon tries to take tensions down.
Kurds ignore US vow, Turks attackTurkish artillery shelled the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) after they advanced in violation of an accord with the United States.
Russia sides with UN against AssadRussia appalled by report Assad used chlorine gas. "We must prevent such things from happening, even in the fog of war."
How much does a kidney cost in Iran?While western world citizens wait for years for a kidney transplant, Iran touts its own solution: Legal organ trade.
US Vice President Biden to visit TurkeyIn a sign of thawing relations, the US is sending its VP to meet and plan with Turkey's top officials.
Hilary Clinton dismisses rumors about her healthAppearing on a talk show on Monday night, Clinton dismissed rumors about the quality of her health and said they 'make no sense'.
Turkey sides with Syria against Kurdish stateTurkish PM Binali Yildirim: "absolutely unacceptable" for any Kurdish entity to be established in northern Syria, or any other region.
Watch: Too shocked to cryAn Aleppo boy sits alone and bloodied in an ambulance while rescue workers try to save his family from their bombed home.
'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.
Watch: A survivor's forgivenessHow a Holocaust survivor reacted when he met his best friend - who was responsible for the deaths of his wife and child.
233 American immigrants to land on WednesdayThe latest aliyah flight from North America will carry 233 immigrants, including 75 IDF soldiers, and NBN's 50,000th immigrant
1/5 of Republicans want Trump to drop out of race19% of Republicans want Trump to leave the presidential race according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released Wednesday.
Not just anti-Semitism: ADL seeks to broaden reachIn attempt to woo millennials, ADL plays up work with other minority groups in US, recent criticism of GOP nominee Donald Trump.
Unmanned drones save livesThe US has okayed the use of unmanned aircraft to drop medical supplies in areas no vehicle could go.
IDF Chief visits US for strategic meetingsLieutenant General Gadi Eizenkot landed Saturday night in the US on an 'official work visit'.
Watch: Israelis, Americans embark on 'Ventures'Arutz Sheva gets an inside look at "Ventures," where elite technology ex-soldiers meet US business students to bring their ideas to life.
Watch: Bloomberg says Trump is 'conning' AmericaWatch: Independent Mike Bloomberg endorses Democrat Hillary Clinton as the United States' next president.
Is Western money funding terrorism?Fmr. Amb. Alan Baker: Money given by U.S. and Europe to the PA to enhance its government is paying the salaries of convicted terrorists.
Israel's new F-35 'Adir' takes to the skiesThe new fighter jets, AS-1 class, herald a new age for the Israel Air Force.
What is America's role in today's world?Who dares cede victory to those who would destroy us and deny us our freedoms?
Does the US have to extradite Gulen?Turkey demands the US hand over self-exiled Imam Fethullah Gulen. Are they forcing America's hand?
US will welcome target of 10,000 Syria refugeesSecretary of State John Kerry promises that US will take in 10,000 Syrian refugees this year.
US opposes NGO transparency lawUS State Department spokesman John Kirby: US is worried transparency law will harm freedom of expression in Israel
Israelis trapped in South Sudan civil warAs fighting rages in the streets of Juba, an IsraAid team is blockaded in South Sudan. The organization is racing to save them in time.
Dallas: Sniper kills 5 cops during protestsProtest against police brutality turns deadly in Texas. Sniper shoots 11 officers, killing four and severely wounding five.
Netanyahu: 'I join you in celebrating America'Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu speaks at US embassy's Fourth of July celebration.
Germany, EU: World stands with IsraelAfter the horrifying murder of 13 year-old Hallel Ariel, the world unites to condemn the terrorist that killed her.
Benghazi report: Surprise allies, security snafusSacrificed for politics: 4 Americans die as State Department worries about offending Libya. The rest rescued by Qhaddafi supporters.
Will US government help detained teenager?Mother of young boy barred from parents home who spent weekend in police custody appeals to US embassy for help
US: 6-year-old accidentally shoots, kills brotherTragedy in New Jersey: 6-year-old boy shoots younger brother while playing with gun
United States blacklists three ISIS local branchesUnited States adds ISIS branches in Libya, Yemen and Saudi Arabia to its global terrorism blacklist.
U.S. reluctant to support French initiativeState Department unable to say whether Kerry will attend France's international summit aimed at solving Israel-PA conflict.
United States to give Gaza $50 million in aidUnited States announces $50 million aid program for Gaza, to be used over five years for humanitarian aid and job creation.
Poll: American sympathy for Palestinians growingMillennials' support for Palestinians jumped threefold in 10 years, Democrats 4 times more likely to side with Palestinians.
Pentagon allowing more civilian casualtiesUp to 10 civilians allowed to be killed on missions as a matter of course, Defense Department officials say.
Longest cross-border drug tunnel seized by agentsAgents seize a ton of cocaine and seven tons of marijuana in near half-mile long tunnel found between Mexico and California.
Ryan: US-Israel must work together against threatsDuring first official visit abroad as US Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan comes to Israel. 'We must work together against mutual threats.'
US: North Korea 'probably' has miniaturized nukesGrowing number of US analysts think Kim Jong-Un has a mini nuclear warhead, but they remain hesitant despite Chinese warnings.
US gave Iran $1.7 billion in 'ransom payment'Officials try to avoid answers on large payment to Iran in January. Congressman insists it was ransom for US prisoners.