Non-Jewish women who follow their partners to Israel sometimes discover that the man they married is domineering and violent. But those who manage to escape often find the state unsupportive of women without residency status.
Israel's Histadrut labor federation demands $160,000 in compensation for Katy Karkolov.
When the author was young, she thought it was terribly depressing to be a transitory being. After she grew up and fell ill, she understood that the secret of a meaningful existence lies in a consciousness of dust.
Employers have taken advantage of the lack of legal protection to fire women who had suffered stillbirths, says legal adviser.
Petitioners want single men, single women and same-sex couples to have the right to use the procedure, too.
K. 44, is homeless, entered Israel in 2007 from Sudan and was diagnosed as AIDS carrier in 2012. He’s currently in Soroka Medical Center with pneumonia.
The family of a health-care reporter for TheMarker, Haaretz's business publication, confronts the astronomical cost of potentially lifesaving immunotherapy treatment for cancer.
Carmel Olefins, part of Oil Refineries complex, is leaking 'shocking' volatile pollutants, some carcinogenic, say ministry officials.
In unprecedented move, Knesset panel agrees to ministerial plan for instituting PrEP protocol, based on drugs already administered to carriers of the virus that are also effective in preventing infection.
With workplace deaths a common occurrence on construction sites across the country, why are architects not getting involved and voicing their concern?