White House announces Civil Rights Act applies to forms of antisemitism
Eight federal agencies wrote that Title VI of the transformative 1964 law can protect Jews and other minority groups.
With diplomatic gains in the US, Netanyahu briefly soared above the overhaul fight
Though protesters hounded his every move, the prime minister managed to temporarily recast his role. Back on home ground, he was in the thick of the partisan melee once again
Russian e-war system ‘likely’ behind Ben-Gurion disruptions
Globally, a new arms race is developing around the field of satellite-based navigation, a Western source tells JNS
U.S. Marines to test South Korea’s new combat UGV
This is the first time a South Korean-developed military unmanned vehicle has been selected by the U.S. Army for field test evaluation.
Netanyahu returns from 'a successful' U.S. visit
Although PM receives general promise for a White House meeting, no specific invitation extended and suspicion of the prime minister among administration officials remains
Netanyahu to address UN on Saudi peace and Iran threat
The prime minister returns the the General Assembly for the first time since 2018 after meeting U.S. President Joe Biden and other world leaders; he is expected to speak of the internal turmoil unleashed over his government’s judicial overhaul
Israel and US hold joint air defense drill to counter major rocket barrage
Training includes use of all of Israel’s multi-layered air defenses, American systems from Elbit ‘battle lab’
ADL report: Anti-Israel campus activism nearly doubles in a year
The group identified 665 incidents for the 2022-23 school year, up from 349 the previous year.
Watch: IDF unveils new 'Barak' tank
Defense Minister says new tank takes maneuvering capabilities to “another level,” features innovative technological capabilities.