The paper presents the day after elections, as they wish to see it.
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Following the PAs unilateral steps against Israel, Israel responded by withholding tax money.
With nearly a dozen viable parties, the president choosing the one who pulls together the pieces, Israeli elections are complicated.
U.N. Security Council's lifting of sanctions and endorsement of a deal might make Congress irrelevant.
Syrian activist refugees are starting to speak out and share their experiences with the rest of the world -- particularly with their Israeli neighbors.
They disrupted a lecture by retired British Col. Richard Kemp, who says Israel tried to prevent civilian deaths in Gaza.
The election polls reflect the demographics of Israel, united by faith and divided by ideology and tradition.
The Shas chairman, the smartest politician in town, knows a coalition in the hand is better than one in the bush.
Other recent statements by Aryeh Deri may have left voters confused about Deri's intentions.
Gas fired a test rocket into the ocean on Thursday evening.
Ebola took its 10,000th victim this week.
The Golan Heights Winery presents fun recommendations for wines that fit each of the 4 sons.
The racism that has simmered so long under America's polite society is again beginning to rise to the surface, and as usual is also affecting Jews.
The "ultra right wing" Yachad party has women working on policy issues of economic importance to women.
Apparently Peres, like some in the Labor party don't see Livni as an asset.
The Post people didn't like how they looked compared to their biggest competitor - the Times of Israel.
How the volume made its way from a 17th-century Frankfurt printing press to finding its twin in Haifa is a fascinating story.
Attorney was go-between for jailed terrorists, Hamas.
We could see the Likud or the Zionist Union ending up as junior partners in a future coalition.