The US State Dept. approves a sale to Israel involving $300 million in Sea Hawk helicopters, parts and tech support.
Security is raised for prosecutors and witnesses in the trial of the IDF soldier who killed a wounded terrorist.
Debris from the May 19 crash of EgyptAir Flight MS804 has washed up on the Israeli shoreline.
Israel's High Court of Justice says it does not have jurisdiction over "statecraft."
The elimination of the obligation to teach core curriculum subjects will not result in reducing the budgets of Haredi yeshivas who pass on the extra material.
L'Express expects that this suspicion of electronic monitoring may have an adverse effect on the already complicated relations between France and Israel.
"The head of Investigations and Intelligence Branch has power by virtue of his position. Power corrupts, and great power corrupts more. Therefore, he must act with caution."
Among the privileges which will become outlawed should the bill pass are conjugal visits, canteen purchases, and possession of TV sets and game consoles.
PM Netanyahu warns that UN peacekeepers failed to prevent genocide in Rwanda. "Neither of us can outsource our safety."
The Jerusalem municipality has approved two more lines for the city's Light Rail and an extension of the current Red Line.
The Knesset passed a law forcing postal authorities to reveal the sender identity before Israelis sign for a letter.
Rabbi Lookstein, the spiritual leader of Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and for many years principal of the Ramaz School, also converted Ivanka Marie Trump.
"We should have a big water problem but we don't, we have a water surplus. We have a water surplus because we've developed ingenuity to overcome this."
What was common to both funerals and shiva houses was an abiding faith in the right of the Jewish people to live in freedom and security anywhere in this great, but tiny land.
If ever there were proof of the damage that the IDF leadership has inflicted on the ability of the soldiers on the ground to defend themselves effectively against crazed terrorist attackers, this is it.
The government should "temporarily impose a complete censorship on radio and TV for several months."
The US says it's questioning Israel's determination to reach a two-state solution with the Palestinian Authority.
Prime Minister Netanyahu shares incentives aimed at encouraging ties between Israelis and Kenyan entrepreneurs.
The IDF and Civil Administration have issued the order to demolish the family home of Hallel Ariel's killer.
Finance Committee Chairman Gafni (UTJ) said "with all due respect to the Finance Ministry and talks of reform, in practice the prices have not gone down."