Home Front Command held a Code Red siren test in Jerusalem today.
Israeli government forms new committee to “address the legal status of West Bank lands."
Dep. FM Tzipi Hotovely (Likud) is warning the EU not to use funding to meddle in Israel’s internal affairs.
A new “Shmita Law,” releasing more than 20 thousand Israelis who are too poor to meet their debt obligations, will now go to a vote in the Knesset.
The question is: Back then, did Europe also label the chickens differently if they came from Jewish settlements?
"ObamaDeal" has thrown the Arab League the perfect pitch to swing out at Israel.
The nuclear agreement “ruined the Zionist regime security plan against the Islamic Republic.”
America's defense secretary says Israel's security is a "top priority" for him.
Carey will give her first performance in Israel, at the Rishon LeZions Live Park, on August 18.
Teva appears to be moving into the medical marijuana market, and a pending acquisition could partially relieve the pain of its top drug, Copaxone, going off patent.
The Steinberg family and Birthright Israel have transformed a one family's tragedy into eternal heritage for others.
Bayit Yehudi proposes ‘deterrent law’ to stop repeat terrorists from being freed.
Since Monday evening, and throughout the day Tuesday, thousands have made the pilgrimage to the grave of the Ari z”l.
The innovative project will cover an area of 6,000 hectares and will enable a significant expansion of fish growing at sea.
Jerusalem plans a new business district and additional lines for the city's Light Rail.
The Knesset passes the law to raise prison term rock throwers on the roads.
The NYC rally against the Iran deal must show Congress, which must show the world, that Americans don't support this deal.
Modern technology has led experts to decipher a burnt scroll as the first chapter of Leviticus.
Adallom, developing cloud security platforms, will become Microsoft’s center for cyber security business in Israel.
“Hamas rockets have failed to eliminate our farms, but the state’s fines may do it,” say the farmers.