Mental health care services are moving from the Health Ministry to direct supervision under the four Israeli HMOs.
Coincidence? $100K from Clinton Family Foundation to NYT charity only when it endorsed her in '08.
The US Supreme Court has nixed "Israel" as the country in which Jerusalem can be listed as a birthplace for Americans.
Bennett's party was skinned by Netanyahu the elections. The "consensus" on the Golan is a safe haven for him.
Canadian Foreign Minister Nicholson tells reporters Israel is a "beacon of light, hope, a source of democracy and an example to the whole world."
Bennett preached unity, but Herzog scolded him for crossing the "red line" in the elections.
Veteran Likud minister Benny Begin has resigned from the new Netanyahu government after coalition jockeying refused to yield him a seat at the table.
Does he actually mean that moving the embassy will not endanger America's national security?
Israel praises FIFA for avoiding what Israel’s deputy foreign minister Tzipi Hotovely called an “absurd situation.”
FIFA Pres. Sepp Blatter, 79, was re-elected to a fifth term heading the world soccer federation, despite bribery allegations.
Israeli PM Netanyahu talks about his vision for regional cooperation with Arab nations.
The South Carolina senator may run to be the Republican presidential nominee but has little chance of winning.
Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky expresses his firm support for Efrat Chief Rabbi Shlomo Riskin.
Perhaps surprisingly, the Netanyahu government voted Wednesday to form a new ministerial committee on Arab affairs.
Rabbi Riskin believes the Rabbinate must be prepared to accept Halachic decisions that aren't Ultra-Orthodox.
Netanyahu had promised that he would head the ministry and work with the mayor.
Erdan is set to be sworn in as the new Minister of Internal Security, Strategic Affairs and Advocacy.
Effort to depose Rabbi Riskin are revenge against his positions and halachic decisions.
Former FM Avigdor Liberman slams PM Netanyahu for scheduling talks with the head of the united Arab parties.
You can’t tell the players without a scorecard, but musical chairs might be a better analogy.