Supreme Court rules: women who send their children to daycare in order to work out of the home may claim their expenses as a business cost.
Three U.S. troops have been killed in fighting west of Baghdad, the military said Friday, making April the deadliest month this year for American forces in Iraq.
An Israeli start-up has developed a system to detect swine flu and other animal diseases before they spread. The whole world is asking about it.
Ali Saleh Kahlah al-Marri, the last enemy combatant held in the United States, agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy to provide material support to Al Qaeda.
The decision to kill about 300,000 pigs is straining the tense relations between Egypt’s majority Muslims and its Coptic Christians.
Iran rejects a US state department report saying it remains the “most active state sponsor of terrorism” in the world.
FM Avigdor Lieberman and entrepreneur Shai Agassi are the two Israelis on Time Magazine’s ‘100 most influential people’ list.
A group of immigrant academics wrote to the Foreign Minister, urging him to take a clear stand in opposition to the creation of a Palestinian state