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.
Joseph Shapira finally releases report detailing suspicion of doubling billing and diversion of funds, relating to PM’s time as foreign minister in 2003-2005
The treasury’s chief economist says the country will be bankrupt by 2059 unless demographic trends are addressed. So what does our prime minister do? The very opposite of what’s needed.
Cellcom Q1 profit up, revenue dips.
Mayo Clinic looks for Israeli collaborators; Video chat firm ooVoo closing Israeli office.
Ministry decision to let women use bridge at Lag Ba'omer pilgrimage site inflames Haredim. Center for Women’s Justice hails victory after four-year battle to make pathway leading to Shimon Bar Yochai’s tomb open to all.
Islamic State attacks killed at least 150 people in a series of suicide bombings in Latakia, and the choice of target and the timing were not a coincidence.
The free daily Israel Hayom has caused advertising and circulation revenues across the sector to plummet, forcing local newspapers owners to rejigger their online and print businesses.
The fiction, the facts and tips on cooking rice without arsenic.
Biannual publication Aviv, featuring both German and Hebrew, is a celebration of bilinguality. Its German and Israeli coeditors describe their labor of liebe.