Off-duty border policemen were caught on film beating Maysam Abu Alqian, but claim he attacked them first.
Israeli ambassador to the UN speaks to 15,000 attendees, praising U.S. students as 'the Iron Dome of the State of Israel.'
Labor Court awards Guy Eliyahu $34,500 in compensation after finding that Sara yelled at Eliyahu, reprimanded him and subjected him to unreasonable demands.
Two founders of KamaTech, which helps the ultra-Orthodox find work in high tech, give TheMarker an unequivocal yes. Tech companies just have to get over their prejudices, they say.
Israeli official details tense and difficult meeting in which the EU expressed opposition to 'home demolition and forced evacuation of populations.'
Market parties by gulping up rising company shares in Tel Aviv, New York stock exchanges.
Liron Orfali, a familiar figure on TV screens as a contender in two popular reality shows, faced a challenge that even the most creative producers couldn't have cooked up.
Russian Defense Ministry rejects claim by Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that Russia carried out wave of late night strikes, killing at least seven children.
Israel-based Teva Pharmaceutical Industries says the FDA seeks further blood study for a drug to treat chorea, a symptom of Huntington disease.
That doesn't mean the disease has 'arrived' in Israel yet: All nine patients caught it abroad.
In Shai Dotan’s vision, the city disengages from the earth.
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.