On Land, on Sea and in the air, the IDF continues to dominate the region with its military advantage.
Israel fires back with tanks and aircraft fire on Gaza Strip. Sirens mark second rocket fire attempt of the day.
Arrow-3 ICBM to be tested off Kodiak Island and will face targets simulating Iranian ballistic missiles.
The question that surfaces is whether taking aid is really the best way to leverage the US alliance to overcome the burgeoning Iranian Islamic revolution that has set the Middle East ablaze.
Herzog calls for committee to be formed to investigate "Netanyahu's decision making process when it comes to national security."
Rafael's Tamir interceptor fired at target for first time on US soil.
The system was deployed after rockets were launched from the Gaza Strip into Israeli territory, and in the shadow of the growing tensions in Jerusalem.
Rafael Advanced Defense Systems releases clip of the Iron Dome shooting down an unmanned aerial vehicle, a task that the platform had not previously been employed to carry out.
New upgrades are designed to expand and improve performance capabilities of the life-saving technology.
Senator Tom Cotton tells the 'Atlantic,' "I think if we choose to go down the path of this deal, it is likely that we could be facing nuclear war."