Committee charged with strengthening Sephardi heritage in education prioritizes the history of Jews from Arab countries over teaching why some democracies collapsed.
Plan that would have built desalination and water-purification plants suffered major delays due to planning errors and funding problems; state lays blame at local authorities' doorstep.
Jerusalem Economy reports second straight quarter of profits; Leader Capital Markets sold to ex-managers; Israel Chem, drug stocks lift Tel Aviv indexes.
Central Bureau of Statistics figures show a 29-percent increase in unmarried couples over two-year period.
Legislation follows similar criteria as controversial 'NGO law,' by targeting organizations that receive at least half of their funding from abroad.
Hundreds attend funeral for decorated Israeli politician, who was mired in corruption scandal before his death. Prime Minister Netanyahu and former President Shimon Peres among those who eulogized him.
After Nickolay Mladenov said Israeli settlements, lack of PA rule in Gaza undermine peace efforts, Israel's UN ambassador fires back in defiant statement.
Abu Muhammad al-Adnani, one of the jihadist group's longest-serving officials, was killed near Aleppo, the group says; U.S. official confirms airstrike targeted his vehicle on Tuesday.
Israelis have been reluctant to try new baby formula brands since 2003 when three babies died due to a deficient product from Remedia.
After some success in using substance to treat epileptics, researchers to check effect of cannabis oils on individuals with severe behavioral problems.
Maya Sarfaty's film 'The Most Beautiful Woman' will be automatically entered in the Academy Awards competition.