Two highly critical state comptroller reports detail how the creation of new ministries in 2009, at the Foreign Ministry’s expense, hobbled Israel’s battles against boycotts and global anti-Semitism.
'Netanyahu is trying to buy time... but this time he will not escape the international community,' says Palestinian Authority Prime Minsiter Rami Hamdallah.
Company says internal probe shows no evidence of political bias in selection of news stories, but nevertheless introduces several changes.
Thirty percent of government ministry websites have no information in Arabic at all, in violation of cabinet decision passed over a decade ago.
Elbit Systems will supply an unnamed European country with advanced tactical communications systems.
Likud members express confidence that a coalition deal is near, as Avigdor Lieberman's party agrees to step back some demands regarding pensions and be flexible in the face of the finance minister's offer.
Startup ElectRoad says its technology charges vehicles via cordless power transfers as they drive; trial will see how technology lasts over time.
Egyptian officials say that they believe terrorism is a likely explanation for the crash of the EgyptAir flight last Thursday.
Another milestone: Number of job-seekers dips under 200,000.
The fiction, the facts and tips on cooking rice without arsenic.
Rachel Hadas finds new spaces by trying to switch from her right hand to her left, for art's sake.
There was a time when most Israelis were entitled to an annual R&R break.