On the line with David Shimron, lawyer of the prime minister and his wife, about this week's state comptroller's report on the Netanyahus' expense reports.
Security remains Netanyahu's chief electoral asset, the one that has kept him in office election after election. And right now especially sensitive leadership is needed, because Israel faces sensitive situations on several fronts.
Lt. Col. Ronen Shor says case has no similarity to instances in which Israeli authorities also shot and killed Palestinian assailants.
MK Yacimovich accuses the prime minister of exploiting the incident for incitement.
'It upset me to pay for something that should have come to me by right,' says Moshe Puterman, whose risky trip to the seaside six decades ago is why most Israeli beaches don't charge entry fees.
Avi Gabbay delivers a searing indictment of the prime minister as he resigns from cabinet in protest of the appointment of Avigdor Lieberman as defense minister.
The disease is carried by hyraxes; many residents blame separation barrier for attracting them.
'Our suggestion to them is that they should also wear Daesh [ISIS] al-Nusra and al-Qaida insignias during their operations in other regions of Syria,' says Turkish foreign minister.
IDB says it gets offer for most or all of its Clal Insurance stake; Bezeq profits declined 38% in quarter after Yes consolidation; TA-25 index turns lowers after four days of gains.
A brain receptor regulates stress responses differently in male and female mice and, it turns out, eating gets affected. In females, Israeli scientists at Weizmann discovered.
Students start freshman year motivated and excited, but soon grow disappointed. The fault lies with Tinder as a way of life.
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.