A new game about the Gaza war, on Google and Apple, may endanger IDF soldiers.
Unemployment in Israel rose to 4.9% in September, compared with 4.6% in August.
Rudolf-August Oetker was the grandson of Dr. August Oetker. He ran the company from 1944 to 1981.
The prime minister and president will be globe-trotting this year as Israel's international relations grow.
A special edition Gemara was printed for the first cycle of Daf Yomi in 1925.
On Wednesday, the Jewish Federations of North America board of trustees voted to overturn its policy barring its missions from visiting Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria.
Jerusalem Gateway, with a $360 million investment, will spread over 52 acres, create 40,000 new jobs, and become Israel's largest transportation hub.
Bidders are required to agree to place the object on public exhibition, as per a stipulation by the Israel Antiquities Authority, which designated the artifact a "National Treasure" of Israel.
While tobacco companies spend millions on advertising, a new study reiterates the cost in human lives is staggering. Cigarette smoking kills.
Slowly but surely, American companies have been encroaching on a field where in the past Israeli products ruled.
Pyongyang has conducted five nuclear tests in the past decade and launched an intermediate-range ballistic missile capable of reaching US territories in the Pacific like Guam.
On the Global Competitiveness Index for 2016–2017, Israel is ranked in 24th place, behind Switzerland, Singapore, the US, the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, the UK, and directly behind Ireland in 23rd place.
Major U.S. internet sites were hit by a cyber attack that spread rapidly across the country and then into Europe.
Israel Railways CEO Boaz Tzafrir has stepped down after leading the railroad from debt into net profit.
A German court rules El Al Airlines must compensate an Israeli passenger for a 3-hour delay, as it does other passengers.
For the duration of the next year, the quota for duty-free fresh meat imports will be doubled.
Back in September, The Guardian reported the Adelsons were planning to donate as much as $25 million, later that figure was reduced to a mere $5 million, and now, apparently, they settled on $10 million.
Russia's President Putin tells his people to prepare for nuclear war; US President Obama threatens a "massive cyber attack" on the Kremlin. Half the world hangs between.
Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz and his Turkish counterpart met while at the World Energy Conference in Istanbul; the two explored the possibility of a natural gas pipeline from Israel to Turkey.
After ruling for 70 years, the King of Thailand has passed away at the age of 88, leaving anxiety in his wake.
The vast majority of respondents said staying closed or open on Shabbat should be left to them to decide, while 19% preferred that the decision be enforced by the authorities.
A Jewish professor of economics has won half of this year's Nobel Prize in Economics.
"They say we should use carrots and sticks, well we're fresh out of carrots, only sticks are left."
Based on the tax collection bonanza, it appears government could go on a mad spending spree, especially on security, and still end up with only a 2% of GNP deficit.
Einstein wrote: "I am now very happy because I finally solved to my total satisfaction, after immensely intensive work, my gravitation-electricity problem. This, in a way, concludes my life’s work."