Mayor Yitzchak Halevi described some of the projects being carried out in Eilat, as part of making it a Smart City...
Ra'anana's mayor mused, "“In only a few months, I will have in my office at City Hall my own computer which I will be able to use to direct traffic lights in Ra’anana."
New Economy Ministry statistics show that 49 percent of hareidi-religious males are working at regular jobs.
Harvard Law School received a substantial financial gift to fund a Jewish and Israeli Law program.
One of the Arab land owners lied, but it is unclear which one. Now the synagogue is threatened with destruction.
Shmuel Toledano, 71, came on Aliyah with his wife several weeks ago.
The World Jewish Congress (WJC) and the Israeli Consulate in New York on Monday turned out to meet delegates from the Israeli Druze Alliance who are visiting the US to promote Israel.
Poor weather conditions and low fuel forced the flight to divert to Israel.
Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon warns that Israel's enemies are divided in ideology but united in their hatred of the Jewish State.
Ancient Mystery Solved: Hellenistic Citadel that Restricted Jewish Rule in Hasmonean Jerusalem [photos]
A recent discovery has solved one of Jerusalem’s biggest historical mysteries: the location of the Acra, the fortified compound in Jerusalem built by Antiochus Epiphanes, ruler of the Hellenistic Seleucid Empire.
Israeli security forces uncovered a large weapons cache in the Hebron suburb of Yatta.
IDF soldiers arrested 13 wanted Arab suspects in Judea and Samaria late Monday night.
Two teen terrorists threw stones Tuesday morning at travelers driving on Highway 6.
Police say an Arab stabber who attacked a group of Israelis Monday in Rishon Lezion was another terrorist from Hebron.
Imams in two Jerusalem Arab neighborhoods are told to lower the volume on mosque loudspeakers, and change their direction.
The IDF provided a military escort to Jewish workers late Monday in a midnight mission to repair the Tomb of Joseph.
It remains to be seen whether shutting down the hate-spreading Al Hurria radio station will have any effect on violence in Hebron.
IDF soldiers shut down a Palestinian Authority radio station run by the PA's leading Fatah faction in Hebron in order to stem incitement to violence.
Jerusalem Leaders Summit: economic and political freedom united by shared civilizational underpinnings.
The terrorist incidents are like hatred mushrooms popping after the rain, feeding on a negative atmosphere and a fermentation we need to stop.