The prime minister’s comments suggest he might know what Ehud Barak meant when he cited Bibi’s ‘most worrisome exposure of Israel to a major security challenge.’
Hagai and Binyamin Felician accused Israeli prosecutors and police of negligence in handling the investigation of the incident at Barnoar, in which two killed and 11 people were wounded.
After a raft of complaints, a committee will postpone its talks on worker safety in the construction industry and national civilian service.
The Israeli army's decision to close seven cases in which civilians were killed during the 2014 conflict requires more vigorous action, top Palestinian official says.
Sales of its breakfast cereals are still showing double-digit declines. Shamir Salads suffering similar fate.
Former Israeli minister Yossi Beilin tells Haaretz he's not opposed to gist of the plan, but to any involvement of 'extremist' groups.
In the United States, Eric Ben-Artzi spoke out against Deutsche Bank’s derivatives practices, but he’s not happy to let shareholders foot the bill.
Washington stands by Turkey while expecting the Kurds to help fight tough battles against Islamist militants in Syria.
Amid win against Teva, Mylan caves in to pressure and offers EpiPen discount | Ethiopia says Israel Chemicals owes $55 million in taxes on potash project | Pharma woes weigh on Tel Aviv shares
Israel Electric Corp worker found unexpected correlations between swarms of nomadica jellyfish, the temperature of the sea - and the phase of the moon.
At Sopot, aficionados describe why they eat up translations from the Hebrew, especially writers like Etgar Keret, who don’t push the Holocaust, the Palestinian conflict or kibbutzim.
What to do, where to eat and how to get around the Israeli city of Tel Aviv.