The Knesset has passed an amending eliminating the term “single parent family” from the lexicon of the legal system.
A Labor party lawmaker has been suspended from membership in subcommittees of the Knesset's Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee for leaking classified information.
Knesset members will choose Israel's next president on June 10. Candidates include former MKs, Supreme Court justice, Nobel laureate
Israeli MKs from Likud and Labor plan to submit a bill allowing Jews to pray on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City.
It seems that just about everyone wants Justice Minister Tzipi Livni to leave the coalition.
Residents of Givat Assaf reached a partial agreement with the Defense Ministry over their homes.
The Israel Tax Authority has reached agreement with the U.S. to coordinate info between the IRS and Israeli banks.
It's ironic that Britain needs to grant the leftwing Tzipi Livni temporary immunity to ensure she won't face an arrest warrant in the UK.
This is the first time in Israel’s history that a former prime minister has been convicted of a serious crime and sentenced to serve time behind bars.
Security forces finished demolitions in Gush Etzion before debate ended over a restraining order to stop them.
Tractors are still heading for Gush Etzion after a court order to demolish structures was cancelled.
Settlers in Judea, Samaria and the Binyamin region are preparing for government forces intent on more demolitions.
Israel Police received more than 9 million ‘100' calls (Israel’s ‘911') in 2013; 18 percent came from Tel Aviv.
Numerous associates of former prime minister Ehud Olmert were sentenced to prison Tuesday and fined millions of shekels, along with the ex-politician.
Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was sentenced Tuesday morning to serve six years in prison.
Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is about to be sentenced after being convicted on two charges of bribery.
Yesh Atid minister Yaakov Perry has blocked a new law that would prevent early release of terrorist prisoners.
Changing your driver’s license in Israel may get a little easier, thanks to efforts by U.S.-born Yesh Atid MK Dov Lipman.
At last, the Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee has a new chairperson: Likud Deputy Foreign Minister Ze’ev Elkin. It's taken six months.
PM Netanyahu is hoping to end the president’s authorization to assign the task of assembling a governing coalition after each election.
Government finally moves to bar release of murderers; terror victims' families long sought this step
Prime Minister Netanyahu says his proposal to enshrine Israel’s status as a Jewish country should include a provision establishing the Talmud as the basis...
The Chief Rabbinate of Israel today (Wednesday) administered the first official certification exam for women who wish to become kashrut supervisors.
Housing Minister Uri Ariel (Bayit Yehudi) strongly opposed lawmakers who claimed 'price tag' vandalism attacks were tantamount to terrorism.
At 91, most people would be happy to retire. As his career in public office draws to a close, however, is Shimon Peres preparing one last push to resuscitate the failed Oslo process?