Yehudah Glick, whom the police have called the most dangerous man in the Middle East, says the Muslim religious trust on the Temple Mount has an ‘everything-is-mine’ attitude.
'Wholeness of the people more important that wholeness of the land,' new defense minister tells IDF brass.
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.
Proposal to allow indefinite suspension of a Knesset member for racism has no parallel in 19 Western countries, research indicates.
Reassuring words of peace without deeds won't improve relations with the U.S., stop the French initiative or get Netanyahu a photo-op with an Arab leader. Why? Kerry, Mogherini and Sissi just don't believe him.
Israel-based Teva Pharmaceutical Industries says the FDA seeks further blood study for a drug to treat chorea, a symptom of Huntington disease.
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.
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.
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.