Netanyahu is likely to do what he himself predicted anyone in his position would do: make decisions aimed to keeping himself out of jail
Israel Katz says he's not aware of push by Netanyahu for another round of cash grants and that in any case, 'I don’t think we should do that’
Despite tensions in the north, the army would prefer not to point fingers at Hezbollah; and ministers and others appear to find a punching bag in Ronni Gamzu
Tehran accuses Jamshid Sharmahd, 65, a member of an exiled militant group, of planning 2008 attack on mosque that killed 14 people and wounded over 200
Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, 37, emerges as unlikely challenger to dictator's 26-year rule, holding largest opposition rallies since Soviet era; says she is 'symbol of change'
After Yair Netanyahu interview attracts much criticism, PM chooses not to distance himself from comment; protest group raps back: 'Bizarre is when a criminal defendant is PM'
Newly formed unit tasked with 'breaking the chain of infection' by rapidly finding COVID-19 carriers and those who may have come in contact with them
Yuli Edelstein says no evidence to show measure has helped curb spread of COVID-19: 'Besides bothering the public it doesn't do anything'
With relatives of Israelis refused entry, committee chair says there should be 'one rule for all'; Health Ministry opposes mass pilgrimage to Hasidic rabbi's grave in Ukraine
Migration route from Africa given new clarity by 100,000-year-old tools discovered outside Dimona in the Negev Desert made by unusual flint-knapping technique
Omer Yankelevich meets local settler leaders, says 'Judea and Samaria are the lands of our forefathers, this is our land,' but adds that 'right conditions' are necessary
Delaying ER arrival due to virus fears causes 60% increase in worst-case scenarios, but Israelis buck world trend of staying away from hospital completely