Elbit Systems Ltd. has announced the firm has won two lucrative contracts, one in Israel and one in Asia.
Three have been arrested on Highway 1 for bringing illegal Palestinian Authority Arabs into Israel.
Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan proposed a penalty of nearly half a million shekels for hiring illegal Arab workers.
The suit alleges that, planning to start its own US credit card, the Fly Card, EL AL acted to wipe out the local competition.
U.S. and other Western embassies issue security alerts for citizens in the Sanlitun district of Beijing on December 25.
Britain's Monarch Airlines is adding a new route between Tel Aviv and Manchester starting in April 2016.
Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon has eliminated customs fees on additional food and manufacturing items.
The new banknote bears a portrait of poet Nathan Alterman, replacing the red banknote that carries a picture of former President Zalman Shajar.
Daniel Bomberg is responsible for the first complete edition of the Babylonian Talmud (1519-1523).
The Histadrut strike which was set to shut down Israel has been averted.
There have been cases of "double dipping," whereby the same government provides funding through multiple channels to Breaking the Silence.
Health Minister Ya'acov Litzman has gone to war with Israeli hospitals over the long wait for MRI scans.
Israeli parents must now find babysitting solutions for their school age children -- both the Teachers' Union and the Teachers' Association will participate in the strike.
Imports from the US rose by 0.8% on an annualized basis in September and November 2015, following an increase of 3.1% in June-August 2015.
The Hezbollah terrorist group starts the week with a dead commander and new financial sanctions imposed by the United States.
“We want to share with you a complaint we received recently from one of our customers, regarding a frog that was found in one of our lettuce packages.”
As an added bonus, Turkey will expel Hamas military wing senior leader Salah Aruri.
Meretz Chairwoman MK Zahava Gal-On appealed to the Supreme Court Thursday morning, against the Prime Minister’s use of Section 52 of the Antitrust Law.
The Tax Authority has run an undercover investigation against Refaeli which turned up among other things that she received for personal use a Range Rover (value in Israel roughly $100,000) in exchange for advertising and PR.
To get an idea of the sheer ambition of the new project: currently there are about 300 families living in Harish, and the plan calls for more than 50,000 residents there by 2020.