$500 million are in jeopardy as India questions the Spike missile's durability in high temperatures ■ India scrapped similar deal in the past until Netanyahu declared in India it was 'back on the table'
Justice Minister said she would not let Zilber represent her ministry over the latter's criticism of the 'cultural loyalty' bill, but both wound up at the same session
As part of Elbit's takeover, IMI's operations will be moved and more than 30,000 housing units will be built
Natan Eshel was forced out of office four years ago for suspected sexual harassment. With Netanyahu's other confidants facing corruption charges, Eshel has been spotted at the residence mediating on Netanyahu’s behalf
What would have been just another time Hazan was banned from the Knesset for his extravagant behavior might turn into a political headache for the premier after defection from Lieberman made his coalition fragile
Iron Dome missiles, tank shells and smart bombs don’t come cheap and the government is already contending with a swelling budget deficit
Knesset members blast the prime minister's 'flying golden calf,' claim he and wife Sara are upset over size of living area in the plane ■ PMO retorts: 'That's a big lie'
Moshe Kahlon blames the Public Security Ministry for foot-dragging, thus 'harming Israel’s economy, farmers and local industry,' calls for cabinet to approve exports and advance legislation
Cabinet members traipsing across Israel aren’t ashamed to tell voters to elect a Likud candidate who will have access to the national government’s coffers. But what will happen in communities where the Likud candidate loses?
As technology plays a greater role in war, the number of reserve-duty days performed has dropped 83% over 13 years
The repeal could deprive the state of $138 million, but the panel says the tax has failed to get a single Israeli to work in agriculture or construction
Yaron, a finance professor at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania who has spent more than 20 years in the United States, is slated to succeed Karnit Flug in November
Backers of new regulation say comparisons to raging gun problem in the United States are overblown: ‘There it’s automatic arsenals, here it’s permission for a single pistol’
IMI wins giant Israel Defense Ministry contract as Elbit is set to acquire company ■ SodaStream staff to get 18,000 shekels each as bonus after sale to PepsiCo ■ Rafah reaches deal to produce pharmaceuticals in Israel for Teva
Announcement spurs concerns over budget deficit, credit rating for bill that could reach an extra $1 billion annually
The navy is ordering ships designed to protect drilling platforms far from the coast, even though they will be just 10 kilometers from the shore
MKs and invited speakers at such hearings traditionally sit together around a circular table. On Tuesday, the MKs arrangement resembled the U.S. Congress rather than the Knesset, and it didn’t end well
The IAF will be placing orders for fighter jets, refueling planes and transport helicopters as Lockheed, Boeing and Israel Aerospace Industries battle it out
Budget for anti-missile batteries to address what defense officials say is a major increase in the threats that Israel faces
Farmers can file for damage claims, other businesses are left out in the cold