A new method in development at Soroka Medical Center and Ben Gurion University will offer early detection using infrared light. Preliminary tests show 90% rate of success.
Border Policeman was caught on camera stealing from a shul pushkah.
Phoenix police Tuesday arrested five people in the shocking deaths of Lawrence and Glenna Shapiro, who were found tied up and burned beyond recognition.
A group of more than 100 moderate Orthodox rabbis assembled to announce the formation of Beit Hillel, a forum intended to provide a response to the extremist trend within religious Zionism.
The Histadrut is demanding that the government employ contracted workers so that their conditions are on par with workers on the government employees.
Lieberman's visit comes as the rhetoric between the West and Iran is heating up, and a day after the conclusion of the Fatah-Hamas reconciliation agreement.
Relations between Cyprus and Israel have been intensifying since Israel's fallout with its former regional ally and Cyprus' adversary, Turkey.
Lapid: "By the 31st of July . . . behind our backs, as always, they will extend the Tal Law again."
The ban will last a month and is in response to his defiance of an earlier Knesset Ethics Committee decision to suspend him from the Knesset for a week.
The fact that the aid is conditioned on Egypt's compliance with its peace treaty with Israel is unpopular in Egypt.
Ban reportedly made the comments in a Monday night phone conversation with PA president Mahmoud Abbas.
Fatah's official Facebook page opens with a glorification of the perpetrators of the Savoy Hotel terrorist attack.
Sol Project 7 won the bid to construct a photovoltaic power generation farm that will cover 120 acres.
Rasmussen Reports also found that 83% believe it is at least somewhat likely Iran will develop a nuclear weapon in the near future.
Deputy Minister for Development of the Negev and the Galilee Ayub Kara appeared on Israel’s Knesset channel and spoke over the phone with defecting...
The funds were released as a result of intense lobbying on the part of the Obama administration.
State Department spokeswoman reiterates that any Palestinian government must abide by the international agreements and norms that the Quartet had laid out.
Two Israeli Lubavitchers are about to be deported from southern India for what intelligence forces describe as suspicious behavior, but may only be harmless spiritual get-togethers into the night.
Boteach declared his intent to run for Congress as a Republican in New Jersey's 9th District.
Senior Palestinian official denies that thousands of rockets and missiles that have been launched from the Gaza Strip.
The Kashrut Dept. of the Israeli Chief Rabbinate published a warning on the eve of Tu B’Shvat, cautioning against eating some of the holiday’s traditional fruits. Figs are at the top of the list, because of concern regarding insects and worms which "hide inside the fruit’s flesh and are difficult to detect."
Doctors informed MK Moshe Gafni that Elyashiv's condition has improved but is still critical.
Prime Minister of Israel Binyamin Netanyahu issued a statement warning that steps by the Palestinian Authority to implement a new agreement with Hamas will mean the end of peace talks with Israel.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu called MK Moshe Gafni and said the country is praying for the health of "the greatest rabbinical sage of his generation."
Move comes in response to Iranian attempts to "conceal transactions of sanctioned parties."