Israeli envoys to Turkey have reported in to confirm they are safe after the second terrorist attack to strike the country this week leaves two people dead in the city of Izmir.
History came alive in Tel Aviv this week when sappers were called to the Haganah Museum to remove a live grenade that was unexpectedly discovered in a closet.
Avian flu has been identified among ducks and geese at the Ramat Gan National Park. Officials are taking precautions and the park remains open to the public.
Security sources are maintaining a partial gag order on an investigation into a deadly attack in Haifa.
To sum up: cynicism is a common trait among politicians, but cynicism while your own hands are stained with the blood of your victim… that's special.
Knesset Committee Chairman MK David Bitan (Likud) posted an online petition calling on President Reuven Rivlin to pardon Azaria.
Israeli-American mega donor Haim Saban urged the Obama Administration to refrain from "any other policy statements that would only make things worse."
PM Netanyahu said IDF Major Ben Ari, z'l was an elite commander, a "courageous fighter, he was the salt of the earth."
PM Netanyahu called on all Israelis to "behave responsibly" and to keep the soldiers out of any political conflict.
The President's Office clarifies that IDF Sgt. Azaria himself, or an immediate relative or legally authorized representative must apply for clemency.
Commuters who depend on Egged buses and Israel Railway trains in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv were watching the news for strike updates.
The family of the terrorist stabber killed by IDF Sgt. Azaria demands Israel demolish the soldier's family home as is done to those of Arab murderers.
'Unfortunately, the process was contaminated by the involvement of outside factors, hence the decision.'
Defense Minister Urges Acceptance of Guilty Verdict, Lawmakers Call on President Rivlin to Pardon...
DM Liberman says it's important to accept the verdict handed down in the Azaria case, even as lawmakers say the soldier should be pardoned for killing an injured terrorist.
The family of the terrorist killed by convicted IDF Sgt. Elor Azaria is now vowing to turn to the ICC to ensure the soldier gets the 'maximum penalty.'
Another IDF officer who fell in battle during Operation Protective Edge has succumbed to his wounds after a long struggle...
Protesters became increasingly agitated as it appeared a military judge was not going to acquit IDF soldier Elor Azaria.
Israelis are waiting as military judges discuss the evidence and try to reach a verdict on manslaughter charges in the Azaria case.
Minister Katz calls to renew a proposal that connects the communities of Greater Jerusalem to Jerusalem itself.
Israeli Pres. Reuven Rivlin tells French Senate Pres. Gerard Larcher, "There are no shortcuts in the Middle East."
The would-be killer showed investigators the drawings she made, showing how she would stab the Israeli soldiers.
The Ministry for Science, Space and Technology has allocated NIS 3 million to create a national information center on gender equality.
Hollywood stars who greeted the New Year in Israel also met the 'Black Hebrew Israelites' mostly from Chicago, now living in Dimona.
MK Zehava Galon (Meretz) said Breaking the Silence is a "patriotic organization" and that those who object to it want a 'paranoid education system that does not deal with criticism.'
'My very relationship with my husband was in question suddenly. The children would yell, 'Why did you bring us here?' My own emotional state was so fragile. Everything was falling apart, including our marriage.'