The normally dry south has been flooding and Israel’s usually rainy north is parched. What’s going on? Prof. Daniel Rosenfeld explains.
Maximum age of patient chaperones who must undergo a security check was raised from 35 to 55, meaning anyone younger than 55 won’t be able to get permission, Palestinians say.
Construction company, which builds for the nationalist religious community, uploads video caricaturing Jews from Muslim lands. 'I feel like punching someone,' says prominent activist in response.
'A family is a father, mother and children, and not two fathers and a child,' said Avi Wurtzman during his previous Knesset stint. While doing nothing to advance socioeconomic issues, he did initiate a 23 million shekel project for daily study of Torah.
Israeli security forces shoot Palestinian assailant dead in West Bank thoroughfare, in one of four separate incidents this morning.
State-owned utility is committed to buying $800 million of natural gas it won’t need and is seeking ways to cover the cost.
Benefits have been criticized by officials in public mental health system, who say inequality is unjustified and wonder why same benefits aren’t granted all patients.
Dr. Karina Yaniv, a chemist and biologist conducting groundbreaking research in embryonic development, tackles the mother of all questions: When does life begin?