Palestinian Media Watch director Itamar Marcus is awarded the Israel Prize for Media Criticism.
An Egged bus traveling through eastern Jerusalem was attacked by Arabs Sunday morning. One injury reported.
The Anti-Defamation League has also now been pulled on to the Netanyahu Congressional Speech Drama.
Gafni's position: The Left would give the Chareidim more money, but the Right allows more Judaism in the public schools.
Top US leaders huddle with Israeli opposition candidate Isaac Herzog on sidelines of Munich security talks. Why no 'election proximity' worries?
Liberman said, "You can't be a wimp in the Middle East."
A Likud official said Netanyahu didn't know the invite wasn't bipartisan - but he should still go.
Likud is siphoning off seats from Bayit Yehudi.
Police detained the Rabbi and expelled him from the Temple Mount for disturbing the public order.
Two dozen Jerusalem Arab rioters attacked Jewish drivers and passengers with rocks Thursday between the neighborhoods of Abu Tor and Maaleh Zeitim. The mob escaped,...
UN "refugee camps" sow the seeds of rebellion.
According to a special report by "Regavim", an Israeli NGO, the EU is actively funding and supporting the creation of illegal Bedouin villages in Area C.
PM Netanyahu inscribed the final letters in a Torah scroll dedicated to the memory of the victims who died in last month's Paris terror attacks.
The terrorist tried to steal a policeman's gun.
The trend in the polls is clear - the next government will not be muscled by the left.
Three Israeli foreign service personnel were abruptly suspended this week; two were recalled for unprofessionalism abroad.
The UN has added a second panel to "investigate" Israel's role in defending itself against terror attacks, this time in the north.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu sends condolences to Jordan over grisly murder of air force pilot by ISIS; warns Iran would give nuclear weapons to terrorists.
This week marks the 46th anniversary of the Supersol Agron bombing attack in Jerusalem. Two Jewish students died.
In honor of Tu B'Shevat, youth volunteering with Leket Israel, are picking excess fruit remaining on trees in people's private gardens to give to the poor.