Orthodox high school girls leave school to shout down Women of the Wall during prayer services at Jerusalem's Western Wall; Police separate groups, restricting confrontations to verbal attacks.
The prime minister's wife is due to submit a motion Tuesday to appeal a 2016 court ruling that, among other things, raised serious criticism about her drinking habits.
A massive renovation enabled the supporting gird, built by the British, to be dismantled.
President Reuven Rivlin condemns the comment, saying it has 'saddened and angered' him.
Even though mayor announced new master plan for East Jerusalem to allow legal Arab construction, such plans have been largely stalled in past years.
Mendelblit tells court that city hall’s regulations on demonstrations violate freedom of expression and should be redrafted.
Teachers say Israel's Education Ministry is pressuring them to register for an event and to drill the children to recite a greeting.
Two days before Netanyahu meets Trump at the White House, Senator Bob Corker tells Politico that moving the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem was going to be the administration's 'first move.'
Greater awareness of the environment has increased the realization that natural sites inside and outside cities are just as important as planned parks.
Husband has been convicted of beating his wife on three occasions, but rabbinical court maintains he admitted his mistake and won't do it again.