IDF chief Gadi Eisenkot landed in the United States for a work visit in the American capital on Thursday night, the army said.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein fended off feisty House Republicans at a Thursday committee hearing, amid the passage of a resolution that puts on the record a demand for a handful of Justice Department documents.
Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, the 81-year-old jurist, who announced his retirement Wednesday, has been the decider in chief on most of the major controversial cases to reach the Supreme Court ever since 2006, which was when the court’s balance shifted to him after Sandra Day O’Connor’s retirement.
Visiting the US capital on Monday, Yesh Atid party chairman Yair Lapid met with high-level American lawmakers, urging the United States to recognize Israeli sovereignty over in Golan Heights.
House Republicans powered a 2019 budget through committee Thursday, laying out the trillions of dollars of spending cuts that they say will be needed to get the government’s finances under control.
As many as 60 Christian or conservative organizations attacked as 'hate groups' by the Southern Poverty Law Center are considering legal action against the Left-wing group.
The Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence said Sunday there will 'be hell to pay' if the Justice Department doesn’t comply with outstanding requests this week for information related to the Russian investigation.
The U.S. House approved a ban Wednesday on the importation and trafficking of anatomically correct child sex dolls and robots that 'normalize sex between adults and minors.'
In a rare incident, Israeli warplanes were reportedly intercepted by Russian fighter jets over Lebanon early Monday morning, despite an understanding in place between Moscow and Jerusalem to avoid conflict between the two countries.