Israel's prime minister is among the top 10 most admired men in America, with the US president.
Israeli farmers are allowed to return to their fields near the Gaza border.
The new head of the ISA (Shin Bet, or 'Shabak') has been with the agency for decades.
Israel's ambassador to the European Union and NATO says all three gain more with unity.
Students are rotating their strike around the country, shutting down classes in five cities per day.
"The Quartet, which is supposed to guide the two parties to peace, has been largely irrelevant for the past several years."
The Israeli Arab leader of the outlawed Northern Islamic Movement has entered prison near Be'er Sheva to begin his jail sentence.
The Defense Ministry will uproot 40 families in Amona but reportedly plans to create a new town three times its size near Shiloh.
Venezuela used a presentation by 'Yesh Din' about price tag attacks to compare Israelis to German Nazis.
Mladenov appeared deeply offended by the PM's suggestion that his staff were uneducated.
It is not clear how the resignation of Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu will affect the talks between Israel and Ankara.
'Thousands' of Arabs attended the funeral of the Arab terrorist who hit and ran over three IDF soldiers.
The Israel Air Force bombed at least three Hamas targets in retaliation for a day of mortar fire from Gaza aimed at IDF soldiers in Israel.
NATO invites Israel to open a permanent office at its headquarters in Brussels - a major diplomatic upgrade for the Jewish State.
Israeli Jews were more satisfied than Israeli Arabs — 60% vs. 48% respectively.
Israel and Egypt are united in opposing an American decision to reduce its contingent in the Sinai multinational force by a third.
Students are on strike to protest a six-week walkout by driving examiners which has not allowed them to get their drivers' licenses.
The proposed new law is yet to receive the endorsement of Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked or of AG Avichai Mandelblit.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited Tuesday with IDF soldiers stationed on the border with Gaza in advance of Holocaust Remembrance Day.
All the missing positions on the Supreme Rabbinical Court must be filled by Thursday this week, or else the court would cease to operate.