Serial Killer Got 'High' From Killing
Confessed serial killer Israel Keyes relished the "rush" he got from traveling the country to execute meticulously planned murders, according to the FBI agent who spent months interviewing him. "He liked what he was doing," FBI Special Agent Jolene ...
DOC Conducts Internal Investigations After Israel Keyes' Suicide
Israel Keyes Suicide: Troopers Say Alaska Killer Cut Wrists, Strangled Himself
Israel Keyes, suspected serial killer, sexually assaulted and dismembered ...
Christian Science Monitor
Merkel meets Netanyahu as Israel and Germany hit rocky patch
Christian Science Monitor
German Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomes the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, in front of the chancellery in Berlin, Thursday, Dec. 6. It was supposed to be an amicable meeting between close friends. Instead, Netanyahu's visit to Germany ...
Netanyahu: Israel Will Keep Settlement Corridor
Peace Process Pulls at Germany-Israel Ties
Germany's Merkel cautions ally Israel on settlements
As Israel's economy grows, more Israelis are giving to charity
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
TEL AVIV (JTA) -- At Hadassah's centennial celebration in October, 2,000 guests heard about two major philanthropic projects being undertaken by the women's Zionist group: a new tower and a new cardiovascular wellness center at its Jerusalem hospitals.
Israel and Palestine
RARELY has Israel looked lonelier. On November 29th only the United States, Canada and the Czech Republic among serious countries backed its arguments at the United Nations' General Assembly against giving the Palestinians an enhanced status at the ...
Islamic Jihad militant group says Israel has warned top leaders against trying ...
Israel, Palestine and the growing importance of PR in this tortuous conflict
Obama and Israel are walking away from two-state solution with Palestinians (+ ...
Party of Former Israel FM Gets Boost From Defector
Former Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni has added a big name to her new political party after a former defense minister defected from the Labor Party to join it. Amir Peretz, a onetime labor Party chairman, announced at a news conference on ...
The bad, the ugly and the fickle: Israel's 2013 election prospects
Livni not ruling out Netanyahu partnership
Labour stalwart jumps ship ahead of Israel vote
Israel and the world
THE confident belief that the world will huff and puff but do nothing of substance, as Israel proceeds to take land in the Palestinian territories, has long been part of Israeli political lore. The hawkish right celebrates it, while the doveish left ...
Savir's Corner: Wanted- An Israeli democratic party
Politicians on the move as election deadline approaches
Kadima crumbles, Labor emphasizes social issues and Likud still dominates
Israel advances controversial plans to build in West Bank's E-1 area
JERUSALEM — Defying mounting international protests, Israel moved ahead Wednesday with plans for a West Bank settlement project near Jerusalem that has been widely condemned as diminishing prospects for a territorially viable Palestinian state.
China condemns Israel for settler units in occupied Palestinian territories
WESTERN FRONT: The Deadly Israeli House
Israel's Doomsday E-1 Settlement
Exclusive: How Europe Boycotts Israel's Goods
The writer, an Italian journalist with Il Foglio, writes a twice-weekly column for Arutz Sheva. He is the author of the book "A New Shoah", that researched the personal stories of Israel's terror victims, published by Encounter. His writing has ...
Israel Bond Yield Falls to Record Amid Interest Rates Cut Bets
Gridlock ahead: Too many cars, not enough public transport
A Toast To Gay Divorce In Israel
It's generally not nice to celebrate the end of someone's marriage, but in this case we can make an exception. This week, when a family court near Tel Aviv dissolved the marriage of Uzi Even and Amit Kama, they granted Israel's first gay divorce and, ...
Israel gets same-sex divorce even before it has same-sex marriage
Oy Gay: Israel Grants First Same-Sex Divorce
Survey: Israeli life expectancy tops 80 years
Average life expectancy in Israel has topped 80 years - reaching 80.8 years in 2005-2009, two years longer than it was in 1998-2002, the Central Bureau of Statistics reported Thursday. However, life expectancies differ widely between different ...
Study: Ra'anana Residents Live Longest