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He was the male protagonist in ‘Girls,’ played the bus driver-poet in ‘Paterson’ and Kylo Ren in ‘The Last Jedi.’ What can we expect now from Adam Driver?
Director Steven Spielberg’s donation to Israel during the Second Lebanon War is still a bit rich for some people north of the border
In ‘The Post,’ Steven Spielberg turns the defense of the press into an adventure, with a highly relevant message about attacks on the media, the lies of the powerful, and the place of women in the public sphere
The U.S.-led coalition is working with Syrian militias to set up a new border force of 30,000, a move which has infuriated Syria, Turkey and Russia
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, chairman and owner of global investment firm Kingdom Holding is reportedly still in negotiations for his freedom amid rumors he has been moved to a prison
Aside from backing Trump, Abbas spelled out – mainly for his own followers – that his conscience was clear
Why is France’s birthrate the second highest in Europe, can a man be a midwife, and what does any of this have to do with Barbara Tuchman?
Months-old Gulf feud escalates
Experts say it’s no surprise civil rights leader reached out to the Jewish philosopher on South Africa, given that King quoted Buber’s ‘I and Thou’ principle in a famed prison letter
230 new cadets have already been recruited to the force, which is anticipated to reach 30,000 troops in the next several years
Rivlin makes the comments to a visiting AIPAC delegation, in which he thanked them for their contribution to Israel's prosperity
A 19th century Pope forcibly abducted a Jewish boy from his family, causing international outrage. Now, a traditionalist minority eagerly justifies the Church's actions, as part of their war on today's 'heretical' Pope - and decades of improved Jewish-Catholic relations
The belated move to 3G comes a decade after Palestinian operators first sought Israeli permits and at a time when faster 4G is increasingly available in the Middle East
The 54-year-old former soldier told ITV that he would not resign as party chief
Masa brings about 12,000 young Jews to Israel every year, but is at center of dispute with Israeli government over one of its subsidiaries that organizes trips
The Egyptians reportedly view the tunnel as an egregious violation of their sovereignty and the ‘crossing of a red line’ in their relations with Hamas
The Pentagon announced in December that some 2,000 U.S. troops are currently deployed in Syria, in addition to setting up a coalition border security force that it aims to recruit with 30,000 fighters
Avigdor Lieberman's resolution essentially awards him authority he already has, but it’s seen as a declaration of the government’s intent to move forward on legalizing Havat Gilad
Trump says he would waive nuclear sanctions against Iran for the last time give Washington and its European allies a chance to fix the 'terrible flaws' of the deal
Likud's Yoav Kish is capitalizing on the new list preventing entry into Israel by boycott activists, though a Knesset colleague decries the 'flood of fascist legislation'