'Let's say she had a knife even if she had a cannon – why couldn't they shoot her in the legs? And why did they shoot her brother? Why did they kill them both?,' dad of slain 16 and 26 year old says.
'Alter Egos' by N.Y. Times' Mark Landler contains never-before published details about U.S.-Israel ties during Clinton's tenure as secretary of state.
The ministry is sticking with up to three servings of milk products per day, not two.
Herzog hasn't explicitly ruled out joining coalition, and is keeping talks on the matter from his colleagues. Herzog 'knows full well that there is a hard core of MKs in the party who will not allow this maneuver,' Zionist Union lawmaker says.
Women increasingly told they cannot sing at public events in order not to insult religious sensibilities.
Japanese executives are in Israel looking to learn all about innovation. They might have to forget for a moment their country's concerns about Arab oil.
For First Time, Israel Releases Details of How Its $126 Billion in Exports and Imports Are Transported
Analysis produced in an effort to shape government transportation policy, assess impact of trade on the environment and provide information in accordance with a UN trade statistics program.
Middle East News
Atena Farghadani wanted to criticize draft law restricting contraception; meanwhile, Iranian president says government critics should not be imprisoned.
Frutarom continues buying spree with $6 million acquisition of German firm; Allot Communications announces 1st quarter revenue decline; Urbancorp’s Alan Saskin files for personal bankruptcy, in addition to his firm’s woes.
Tens of thousands of viewers have taken to a 24-hour live stream of birds and their chicks, observing the chicks as they hatch and make their first attempts to fly.
Lin-Manuel Miranda traveled a long journey to Broadway's most successful production, even singing 'To Life!' at his wedding.