It's a T-shirt campaign, actually, which in a nod to Hillary Clinton aims to embolden girls and women, with all the proceeds going to women's groups
Confused by German subs, bribery suspicions and a trusted Netanyahu aide turned witness for the prosecution? Here's a breakdown of each of the investigations
Fittingly, the woman whose all-white wardrobe would ultimately become her trademark, is now buried in the White City of Tel Aviv
By the time Alex Kafri tried to investigate whether anyone on his father's side had survived the war, there was no one left to ask
'I guess I realize that they're exactly like us'
Most Israelis don’t think Netanyahu handled Temple Mount crisis well
Jennifer Atala, the great-granddaughter of an Arab mukhtar, believes she can get Israelis and Palestinians together to talk technology deals – and then maybe more
'You can’t start checking whether every rabbi has learned enough Talmud or has a beard that’s long enough,' admonishes one Knesset member
After BDS activists prevented from boarding plane for trip to Israel, senior minister warns, 'The rules of the game have changed'
'Israel and the Jewish people will be better off' if existing discriminatory practices are lifted, assert signatories of letter sent to Israeli ministers