The Fire & Rescue Commissioner has banned all outside fires until 7 pm, under penalty of a huge fine or jail sentence.
54% of Israelis believe there should be legislation against customers of prostitution, while 36% object.
Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked accused the Israeli courts of ignoring Jewish law and promised to set up a steering committee to promote implementing the principles of Jewish law in the Israeli legal system.
An upgraded counter terrorism law has passed its first reading Thursday in the Knesset plenum.
Minister Uri Ariel says the use of administrative detention should be restricted to cases of "ticking time bombs."
A ministerial committee has approved tougher criminal standards for dealing with stone throwing.
Israel Police arrested some 50 suspects in a massive organized crime sting that has been years in the making.
Lawmakers are voting on a bill to revoke Israeli citizenship from convicted terrorists and their families.
Physical and speech & language therapists may soon find it easier to immigrate to Israel, thanks to a new bill now before the Knesset.
Yesh Atid minister Yaakov Perry has blocked a new law that would prevent early release of terrorist prisoners.
Universalism demands that war must answer to universal aims and objectives.
"I want London to stand alongside Dubai and Kuala Lumpur as one of the great capitals of Islamic finance anywhere in the world." — David Cameron, Prime Minister, Great Britain.
Students acquire an in-depth knowledge of international business law and the tools required to integrate into the international legal world and the global business sphere.
As happy as I am to see the EPA and other agencies off the job, I’m concerned about morale among the hard-working law enforcement and essential-services folks.
Big tobacco promotes one of the most addictive and life-threatening substances known to humanity.
Easily misrepresented or abused, international law can generally be manipulated to serve virtually any preferred geo-political strategy.
An angry government debate resulted in a positive change for citizens in Judea and Samaria.
Many adults can now take up to 12 weeks off from work to care for an ill parent without losing their job, under the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993.
The appointment means that the MBs are in no mood for peaceful negotiations.
"Approximately $585 million remains unobligated."
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