Civil Administration project would allow government to use areas designated as 'state-owned land' to expand existing isolated settlements.
MKs from across the political spectrum go on TV to relay their experiences; two say they continue to face harassment even after entering the Knesset.
Rambam, U.S. firms team up to create digital medicine incubator; Jerusalem video-messaging startup to shift focus to smartwatch technology.
The Israeli-Arab coastal town of Jisr al-Zarqa is rich in natural resources, so why is it one of the country’s poorest places with lousy schools and a failing infrastructure? Blame the feeble Israeli government.
The city's large ultra-Orthodox Jewish and Arab populations gives its workforce a profile that is unique in Israel.
Legal proceedings by Globes workers, media disclosure lead to cancellation.
Education minister was in hot seat for Knesset's first-ever U.K. Parliament-style Question Time, where a cabinet minister responds to Knesset members' questions.
Implementing the verdicts is a legal and moral obligation to safeguard the social system in the enclave, says Gaza's general prosecutor.
Business in Brief: Cofix Discount Cafe Chain to Expand Into Russia, Selling Coffee for 50 Rubles a Cup
Delek reports lower Q1 profits and revenues; Going concern warning issued regarding Israel Petrochemical Enterprises.
Rambam Health Care Campus will team up with IBM Watson Health and Medtronics to create 'MindUP,' a high-tech 'incubator' meant to encourage innovations in digital medicine.
This year's event, which opens May 29, includes several choice offerings like the work of a new and exciting director and a look at a disturbing phenomenon in China.
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.