The IDF kicks off a new program to help thousands of veterans pay for higher education.
Jerusalem Jews protested having to endure the loud sound of the Islamic call to prayer, even during their sleep.
Rabbi Riskin tried to put a leash on this cat and take it on a walkie when he told Ha'aretz he would accept Reform conversions should the Reform agree to the requirements of "immersion in the mikveh, circumcision, and basic knowledge and practice of Judaism."
The Arab teen who murdered an Otniel mother of six has been sentenced to life in prison. Six children are still orphans.
The Knesset Constitution Committee is to debate a proposed bill expanding the powers of the defense minister in pre-1967 Israel.
It remains to be seen which way Netanyahu will cleverly evade this crisis, and whether or not he is prepared to either arm wrestle the high court or put down a rightwing rebellion in his own party.
An IDF soldier is hit in the face, his glasses shattered by metal balls fired by Arab terrorists.
This story would be difficult to comprehend by readers who enjoy the benefits of the First, Second and Fourth Amendments.
Israel Police have recommended the prime minister allow MKs to resume ascending to the Temple Mount.
Another UNESCO resolution on Jerusalem is coming up for a vote, this one by the World Heritage Committee."
A third of the evacuees still live in temporary housing, 14% are unemployed and a third still see themselves as Gush Katif residents.
IDF forces prevented Arab terrorists from infiltrating and attacking a Jewish town in Samaria on Yom Kippur night.
"My son loved everyone, he was a joyful boy," the bereaved mother of an Israeli Air Force pilot told President Reuven Rivlin.
Nearly two dozen international members of parliament will arrive in Jerusalem to celebrate its liberation at a conference during Sukkot.
Tzohar 'Praying Together' attendees all receive the same prayer book to make it easier to follow along.
Baruch Marzel, a Boston-born Orthodox Jew, said in Jerusalem there never was and never will be peaceful coexistence with the Arabs.
Habayit Hayehudi is facing an existential dilemma these days, as many of its voters have said they'd rather see their elected representatives leave government than participate in the decision to uproot the Amona residents.
DuMont Schauberg's father, Kurt Neven DuMont, had been a member of the German Nazi party, and used his publishing house to promote Nazi propaganda.
The OneFamily support organization lists the lives lost to terror since Rosh Hashana 2015.
The first three Israeli babies born in 5777 entered the world at Ma'aynei HaYeshua Medical Center in Bnei Brak.
The High Court continues to take notice of Shaked, and has been noticeably mindful of the need to avoid unnecessary friction with a Justice Minister who is probably the most popular minister in Israel.
"The court will rule on the severity of his action," says the subheadline on the cover, "but there's no doubt that the single bullet he shot at the terrorist ignited the stormiest debate in Israel's society this year."
The Wine Spectator praised Israel's growing wine industry in its October 2016 cover story.
"Israeli tourists by now have figured that every place is dangerous, which is why economic considerations overcome security concerns."
Israel's baseball team won the World Baseball Classic qualifier against Great Britain to advance to the championship.