Coronavirus lockdown was boon to employers, research by personal consulting firm finds
Haaretz's News Feed
A roundtable of experts breaks down the major issues facing Israel, as government faces pressure to find solutions to the outbreak's economic pain
Can the threat of annexation bring the Palestinians, Jordan, a president named Biden, the EU and Russia together to twist Israel’s arm until it agrees to change?
Around 30,000 people use the centers and clubs, which will operate according to new social distancing guidelines
Russia appears to be eyeing the Palestinian Authority not because it has great interest in resolving the conflict with Israel, but as another area where the United States' stock is sinking
In an interview with Channel 20, hours after the first session of his corruption trial closes, premier says he will keep fighting to 'bring the truth to light'
Hundreds of pro-Netanyahu supporters gathered outside the Jerusalem District Court on the first day of the premier's trial to protest what they see as a 'frame-up'
Many foreign media outlets had to explain, 'How can the prime minister serve and stand trial at the same time?'
This is the first time in Israel’s history that a sitting prime minister is facing a criminal trial ■ 'Netanyahu’s trial will be remembered as one of the low points of the Israeli justice system,' Knesset speaker says
Gaza authorities announce first coronavirus death amid fears of renewed outbreak ■ Netanyahu lauds Mossad chief for shipment of medical supplies ■ Number of daily cases in Israel continues to decline
Twenty-eight years ago, Italian judge Giovanni Falcone was killed by the mafia, after a hate campaign deeply reminiscent of the atmosphere surrounding Netanyahu's trial
Staten Island representative Nicole Malliotakis made the comparison during a virtual Jerusalem Day celebration, according to reports
The Arab-Hebrew Theatre of Jaffa brought joy to some 50 theatergoers last week, staging the first Israeli show in two months in a familiar yet unfamiliar setting
Inside the courtroom of Netanyahu's corruption trial a parallel Israel existed in which the prime minister did not boast all his usual powers
With his centrist take on U.S.-Israel relations and strong anti-Semitism message, the presumptive Democratic nominee looks like a shoo-in with older Jewish voters. But how will he win over younger voters whose hearts belong to Bernie?
The 84-year-old alligator is rumored to have belonged to Adolf Hitler after escaping from the Berlin Zoo
Two decades after pulling out, four Israeli soldiers recall memories of war that haunt them to this day. 'At that moment I remembered wanting somebody to call my mother to tell her I was all right'
Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit also praised Israel’s justice system, saying that they will continue on without fear, despite premier's attacks on the judiciary
Omar recalls how by 2008, she was struggling. Finances were a stressor, she had two small children, and she began questioning her relationships, including her marriage
Pelosi, who is second in line for the presidency, has not spoken directly to Trump since October 16, when she attended a White House meeting on Syria
Garter snakes evince a desire for specific company, of each other, and what happens if you mistake apathy for affection
In February, Trump had named 53-year old Grenell as acting DNI
From aquifers in Vietnam to wells in America, Haaretz climate change briefs brings you the arsenic edition, plus a moment in a Mississippi marsh
Leviathan, one of the largest gas fields in the eastern Mediterranean, is owned by Texas-based Noble, Israel's Delek Drilling and Ratio Oil
Netanyahu has given up engaging with the vast majority of American Jews. But his insane annexation policy is about to become their problem – and Joe Biden’s, too
Check out the city's creative solution to shrinking dining areas due to the new coronavirus guidelines
This is a developing story...
There will be no weakness on the bench of the Jerusalem District Court Sunday when Bibi's historic corruption trial gets underway
Alabama’s political leaders and health experts are struggling to make many residents see the continued need for social distancing, crowd limitations and wearing masks
Nabin Amrani was allegedly murdered because she dyed her hair blonde and dated men without her family’s approval
Calling for globally coordinated efforts both to produce and share an eventual vaccine, Seth Berkley said
As priests from the various Christian sects entered the church, a handful of faithful waited outside for the basilica's church to open for the public
The New York Times has devoted Sunday’s entire front page to a long list of names of people who have died in the coronavirus pandemic
Iran is one of the most affected countries in the Middle East with a total of 133,521 infected cases and 7,359 deaths
Opinion If Donald Trump Loves Jews So Much, Why Does He Keep Celebrating America's Biggest anti-Semites?
When the president praises Henry Ford's 'good bloodlines,' ratifies anti-Semitic conspiracy theorists and legitimizes the scapegoating of minorities, we should take him at his word
The putative Church of the Apostles is now in a lagoon peopled by catfish but the ruins where Jesus’ disciples may have lived haven’t been damaged, reassures archaeologist Motti Aviam
Twice this past week, Trump has not only dismissed the findings of studies, but suggested — without evidence — that their authors were motivated by politics
The retaliation attributed to Israel by Washington Post aimed neither to cause physical damage nor casualties, but to send a warning: We can harm you tenfold
Netanyahu’s trial starts as his war on the country’s legal establishment reaches fever pitch
A second term for the most damaging, inflammatory, crudely partisan-to-Israel presidency in memory would actually strengthen the Palestinian cause in America. But Joe Biden would mess it all up
In first for Israel, sitting prime minister faces trial ■ His lawyers are expected to take an aggressive approach to delay actual presentation of evidence ■ Likud lawmaker says conviction would be 'greatest injustice in Israel's history'
As both countries are under U.S. sanctions, Washington is considering measures in response to the fuel shipment, according to a senior U.S. official, who did not elaborate on any options
Roni Alsheich, who headed police during investigations into Netanyahu cases, says cabinet minister's attack on attorney general 'unbecoming of a democratic country'
Settler leaders welcome the move, which has been in planning for years and would create urban continuity over the Green Line, while environmental activists warn of untold consequences
Turkey backs Libya's internationally recognized government, whose forces' recent surge has put pressure on Russia-backed rival commander
Sunday marks 20 years since the Israeli army pulled out of Lebanon, putting an end to a military presence that the government is still reluctant to recognize
Researchers have concluded that the taste of the fruit depends mostly on strain, not the household storage regimen
77-year-old woman dies while in isolation at field hospital after returning via Egypt ■ Authorities restrict gatherings during Eid al-Fitr, which starts Sunday
Netanyahu took pride in improving the living standards; now he wants to share responsibility for the economic downturn ■ Jerusalem likely to become major flashpoint yet again
Like many others in Egypt, promising defender Mahrous Mahmoud takes a fatalistic approach: The cure is worse than the disease
Designers come up with solutions that eliminate the need to touch objects and let people better manage with social distancing
Analysis Netanyahu's Corruption Trial Opens Sunday, but the Real Fight Will Take Place Outside the Court
The prime minister is expected to continue attacking law enforcement agencies, taking aim at the three judges who will hear his case
Tehran wants to boost state finances while curbing potential protests by offering Iranians the chance to buy into ballooning state stocks, but what will happen when the bubble bursts?
The senior interrogator moved to Germany, the deputy commander was murdered by terrorists. The story of Bureau 06 of the Israel Police, which undertook the monumental task of interrogating Adolf Eichmann and collecting evidence against him
It was ultimately decided to take other measures in response to alleged threats posed by Russia and China and avoid a resumption of testing
They founded anti-occupation movements and fought for the soul of Israeli society, but ultimately decided to emigrate. The new exiles tell Haaretz how they were harassed and silenced, until they had almost no choice but to leave
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee's controversial remark draws swift rebuke from the Trump campaign and Republican supporters, as well as some black Democrats on social media
The market expects renewed foreign buying, and young families are returning. But many businesses are leaving
'Some governors have deemed liquor stores and abortion clinics as essential,' said the U.S. president, 'I'm correcting this injustice'
'We hope to know more in the coming days as to what happened, what this person was motivated by,' U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper says
The United States recently beefed up its naval presence in the Caribbean for what it said was an expanded anti-drug operation
Operation 'Addictive Candy': How Israel Silenced a Spy Privy to One of Its Darkest Intelligence Debacles
An officer in Unit 504, which runs agents abroad, was embroiled in one of the ugliest episodes in the history of Israel's military intelligence. Fearing he would talk, the authorities decided to ensure his voice wouldn't be heard
Figures from credit card issuer Max show they accounted for up to 90% of all retail sales in March and April
Volunteer for Hope organization has helped about 70 Palestinian youth from single-parent households or families in distress, but Gilad Erdan ordered its closure for alleged ties to the Palestinian Authority
'I had one on before. I wore one in the back area. I didn't want to give the press the pleasure of seeing it,' Trump said of wearing a mask while touring a Ford plant in Michigan
In an interview in September with CBS’ '60 Minutes,' Prince Mohammed said he takes 'full responsibility as a leader in Saudi Arabia'
After Israel’s withdrawal from Lebanon in May 2000, many members of the South Lebanon Army and their families fled south for fear of reprisal. Their children, who have grown up in Israel and consider themselves Israeli, explain why the won't forgive the left
A trip to the Holy Land was a perilous undertaking in the late Middle Ages, which is why so many nuns made the pilgrimage virtually
The girls' coach, Osama Ayob, said the public training sessions could help get more girls involved in the sport
The United Nations is appealing for urgent funding for Yemen to maintain aid programs through year-end
Police and soldiers who arrived at the scene dispersed the Palestinians using stun grenades and detained one Palestinian
Asked about Brexit, Soros said he was particularly worried about Italy: 'What would be left of Europe without Italy?'
Speaking on Jerusalem Day, Iran's Supreme Leader encourages Palestinians to take up arms, says 'Zionist regime is cancer'. Netanyahu: 'Those who threaten to destroy Israel will find themselves in a similar danger'
A massive group therapy session is taking place on social media, with thousands of soldiers and commanders sharing their stories
While some progress has been made in improving education and infrastructure, the project meant to better the life of 40 percent of Jerusalem’s population failed to meet many of its targets
Unilateral annexations of parts of West Bank 'would likely erode' U.S. public's support for 'special relationship' with Israel, letter signed by 18 senators says
The numbers of complaints have jumped from eight a week to 73 a day within less than two months ■ Knesset subcommittee assigned to look into problem
Bat Yam resident suspected of murdering Tatiana Khaikin was previously convicted of assaulting her and has given differing accounts
Trump’s four years of pampering have induced Israeli complacency – but annexation could exact a steep price, especially if he loses
Twenty-nine new cases of coronavirus discovered in Strip, bringing total to 55 – out of a population of 2 million
The Egyptian president is maneuvering between the military and international arenas, while also bolstering the economy. But as he tightens his grip on the country under the guise of fighting the coronavirus, Egyptians are growing frustrated
President speaks of 'good blood' in remarks at Ford plant ■ ADL chief calls for apology ■ Newspaper owned by Ford often accused Jews of trying to destroy U.S.
Preventing annexation while the 53 year-old occupation continues is as fleeting, ironic and illusory a victory as seeing Netanyahu in the dock on Sunday in the heart of Palestinian East Jerusalem
Free on-site testing twice a week to patients and staff at all nursing homes in the city begin next week, but Jewish facilities are facing a dire shortage of protective equipment
Palestinians security forces that were placed to enforce coronavirus restrictions begin withdrawal from Area B, sources say ■ Meanwhile, Palestinian Authority rejects coronavirus aid shipment from UAE that landed in Israel
High-rises are going up in Jerusalem in big numbers, and critics say the City Of Gold could soon become the city of bland
The aid will instead be delivered to the Gaza Strip, which now faces fears of a renewed coronavirus outbreak after 29 new cases were diagnosed
The trip is key to Argentina being able to maintain beef exports to key buyer Israel, which has become increasingly important with exports stalled to the EU and China
The reopening of synagogues in Italy, where more than 32,000 people have died of COVID-19, comes with significant and sometimes unsettling conditions for worshippers
Iran on Thursday put the total number of dead from the virus at 7,249, or 66 more than Wednesday
New Israeli foreign minister's office denies these issues were discussed in phone call, says will ask Budapest for clarifications ■ Hungarian Foreign Ministry then says statement was 'mistranslated'
Fighters didn’t just decide to enslave and rape Yazidi women, it was a carefully executed plan by the group’s leadership
Josep Borrell says Israel's security is of 'paramount importance' ■ Comment comes day after Iran's Khamenei publishes cartoon calling for a final solution to 'free Palestine'
Lawmaker Omer Yankelevich is the first ultra-Orthodox woman to be appointed to a ministerial position. But will she be Israel’s bridge to the Jewish world or an obstacle?
Debate sparked after Reform Movement website publishes article on how Jewish community can support Jews of color affected by pandemic. Response article argues it’s problematic to define 'Jews of color'
Justice minister fires back, dubbing remarks 'unrestrained attack,' amid growing tension between Netanyahu backers and Attorney General Mendelbit, who filed the corruption indictments against him
With remarkable behind-the-scenes footage of the Chicago Bulls’ 1998 championship season, ‘The Last Dance’ documentary brilliantly recounts how Michael Jordan and Dennis Rodman brought their A game to the NBA
'Many Lebanese have already stopped buying meat, fruits and vegetables, and may soon find it difficult to afford even bread,' Hassan Diab says
Tests of its fabric show effectiveness of nearly 99% against viruses similar to COVID-19 and the fabric remains potent through 100 washes at high temperatures
Since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis, the country has lost more than $775 million a month, or about $26 million a day, and Russia is waiting for payment
Hack into website hosting service's server comes a day before Iranian Quds Day, but no link to Iran identified
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: One Israeli who is taking extraordinary measures to bring his dog to live with him in London, and another heading down an academic path that few women take
Coronavirus cases in Brazil are now rising at a daily pace second only to the United States
William Haseltine, a groundbreaking researcher of cancer, HIV/AIDS and human genome projects, said the better approach now is to manage the disease
Sweden's strategy of keeping most schools, restaurants, bars and businesses open has resulted in the country being harder hit by pandemic than Nordic neighbours
Dozens of companies are making rapid antibody tests to help identify people who had the virus and may have developed some immunity to it
Though they are 21 percent of population, Arabs account for only 2 percent of COVID-19 deaths and 6 percent of cases. Even the month of Ramadan ended without any outbreaks
The roles offered to women by the IDF are ‘gilded cages, allowing the army to boast of integrating women in combat roles although they are nothing but a misleading fig leaf,’ the petition says
Police say the girl was hit by shots fired over the separation wall, but local sources in Isawiyah doubt their version
The spread of the house mouse from Near East to Europe coincided with the advent of early farming and grain storage. Guess who came along for the ride?
Creating virtual reality movies for fruit flies took years because it's not easy to figure out how they see the world; and, how to leash a fruit fly
Checking beneath the floor of a Byzantine structure in ancient Jerusalem, the archaeologists found a strange system of rooms carved in the early Roman period
The serological testing will provide information on the extent to which exposure to the virus has given the population a measure of immunity to future infection
After three back-to-back elections, Israel finally has a unity government with no less than 33 members. These are the burning issues its biggest ministries are facing
The Palestinian president has made such declarations before, and a security source says an end to coordination with Israel would paralyze the Palestinian Authority
It's no surprise that Israel's ineffective government is ranked among the weakest among the developed nations
Acclaimed historian Prof. Deborah Lipstadt is leading a fight to lose the hyphen from anti-Semitism, saying its presence ‘completely distorts the meaning of the word’
The coronavirus will the reverse the trend of rising wages in Israel, pushed by a significant increase in unemployment, according to Taub Center researchers
According to the Finance Ministry plan, the headquarters of smaller ministries will be unified to cut costs
The police were unable to explain why the number of tickets handed out for violation of coronavirus orders in the Northern District is twice as high as anywhere else
The bill would permit Gantz's party to have five ministers resign their Knesset seats and have others take them over – a matter of importance to the party, because it currently has only three lawmakers who aren't cabinet members
Iranian oil tankers are expected to start arriving to Venezuela in the coming days amid U.S. sanctions on the South American nation designed to force out President Nicolás Maduro
Despite the government green light, it looks as though the return to routine prayer, at least in some of the synagogues, will happen gradually
Comments come amid recent reports of a cyber warfare tit-for-tat between Israel and Iran
Religious ceremonies involving up to 10 people will be permitted across New York State with ‘strict social distancing guidelines’ to avoid coronavirus infections
On Tuesday night, Palestinian president announced that the Palestinian Authority will end all agreements and understandings signed with Israel and the United States, including security agreements
Teacher claims she didn't realize girl wasn’t wearing shorts under dress that didn't comply with school dress code ■ Earlier this week, girls were sent home from school in central Israel because their shorts were deemed 'too short'
Prosecutor Liat Ben Ari may also use different court entrance for her own safety ■ Move comes days after AG files police complaint over threats to his life
In closed session on Mideast, envoy Mladenov says Palestinian announcement to severe agreements with Israel, U.S. is 'cry for help' ■ Russian FM tells Israeli counterpart Moscow opposes annexation
The move comes in response to the possible West Bank annexation promised by the Netanyahu government, which was also condemned by U.S. presidential candidate Joe Biden
‘The world’s best brains have come together to beat this thing’: Interview with Prof. Dina Ben-Yehuda, head of the hematology department at Hadassah Medical Center
An Israeli cable TV channel with minuscule viewing figures has become international news after seemingly missionizing to Jews. The regulator says this was not part of its broadcasting license, while cable provider Hot denies any wrongdoing. Who are the figures behind God TV and what are they doing beyond fundraising for messianic Jews? A Haaretz investigation
Only 20 people have tested positive for the virus in the Strip but preventive measures have been more far-reaching
Netanyahu argued his appearance at Jerusalem District Court on Sunday would 'cost the public a fortune,' and that his and his security detail's presence would violate coronavirus restrictions
Ten women have died in Israel this year, but a flagship program to deal with the issue was never fully implemented. Now, as Knesset panel chief, Haim Katz promises 'improvements' while a separate committee on femicide is set up
Touring Tel Aviv, Minister Amir Ohana embraces advocates of deportation of African asylum seekers, vows to 'return a sense of safety' for local residents
Michigan's secretary of state said all 7.7 million of the state's voters would receive absentee ballot applications before their August 4 primary and the November 3 general election
But spike of ear infections in Chalcolithic could indicate that adding dairy to our diet gave us more than a calcium boost
Leaked recordings reveal conference call with a senior staffer for the Trump reelection campaign, organized by CNP Action, an affiliate of the conservative Council for National Policy
Instead of global coronavirus testing, Turkey has based its pandemic response on partial lockdowns and work by armies of contact tracers and the tactic has paid off
'China and the world have lost a true diplomat,' Israel's Foreign Ministry director general says at ceremony at Tel Aviv airport
Noa Landau, Amos Harel and Amir Tibon dive into the day's most-pressing issues
Incident, widely relayed on social media, comes amid coronavirus crisis and ongoing protests against economic hardship
Proposed legislation, which rights group says sets 'dangerous, severe precedent,' allows security service to trace where patients had been in the two weeks prior to diagnosis
In April, Donald Trump warned U.S. navy would fire on any Iranian ships that comes near its vessels
Military Chief Says Israel Will Continue to Use 'Variety of Tools' Amid Cyber Confrontation With Iran
'The enemy will find that, by their own hand, they have turned the home front into a battlefront,’ Lt. Gen. Kochavi says in speech warning Israel won't be deterred from operating even in population centers
Many struggle with debts run up during the lockdown. State aid has been slow to come
Hoping to increase its representation in Knesset committees, Benny Gantz's party seeks to win over members of subparties that broke off and joined opposition, but preliminary vote set for Wednesday delayed
For the first time after two months of corona-closure, we were leaving the West Bank to visit a close friend and his kids in the Israeli city Holon | Post #13
The man, who was wounded and is in stable condition, is said to have crossed the border south of the Sea of Galilee
Analysis With Cyberattack on Iranian Port, Tehran Gets a Warning: Civilian Installations Are a Red Line
Leak of details of the operation, attributed to Israel, seems to be intentional, sending a clear message that the damage Iran can expect could be greater than what they can inflict on their adversaries
Trying to maintain social distancing to prevent spread of coronavirus, countries brace for impact of 'super-cyclone' Amphan
Renewable energy companies warn the pandemic has caused major disruptions to supply lines, and fear the potential impact on Israel’s ability to contend with the climate crisis
Newly appointed Health Minister Yuli Edelstein announces that due to soaring temperatures, wearing masks in open areas or classrooms without air conditioning is not mandatory
In tentative deal, bondholders agreed to give tycoon a year to raise cash for his indebted energy group. He may not succeed
The Health Ministry says there will still be no live performances in clubs, with event halls to reopen on June 14
Biden says that although his 'commitment to Israel is completely unshakable,' annexation would not get a 'green light' or recognition from his administration
Amnon Shashua, head of Intel's Israel-based autonomous car unit, predicts first commercial self-driving vehicles will reach market in 2025
Israelis, Palestinians Trust Netanyahu, Abbas on Coronavirus More Than Americans Trust Trump, Survey Finds
Among Israeli citizens surveyed, attitudes were relatively similar across the Jewish-Arab divide regarding the future, with both more optimistic than U.S. citizens or Europeans
Prime minister says bodyguards' presence would violate coronavirus health restrictions in court request after State Prosecutor's Office expresses opposition
Travellers, airlines and airports are grappling with a hodgepodge of rules put in place during the pandemic that will make flying different in almost every country
Germany takes note of Palestinian view that annexation would put an end to all signed agreements between Israel and the PA
Israel and the United Arab Emirates do not have formal diplomatic relations, but there are many clandestine contacts between the two countries, as well as the occasional public visit by Israeli officials
Neil Cavuto, who has multiple sclerosis and other health issues, called Trump’s admission stunning - Trump hit back with a personal attack
Rami Makhlouf, a maternal cousin of Assad, played a big role in financing Assad's war effort in the conflict under way since 2011, Western officials have said
The surges come as much of Asia, Europe and scores of U.S. states have been easing lockdowns to restart their economies as new infections wane
Union should prioritize 'intimate diplomatic dialogue' if it wants to play a role in the peace process, Israel says
Attending 'would cost the public a fortune,' argues the prime minister, as courts in Israel resume operation after coronavirus freeze
Yaakov Litzman says that recommendations were made under the purview of senior bureaucrats who reported to Prime Minister Netanyahu and then-director general of the Health Ministry, Moshe Bar Siman Tov
When a Molotov cocktail is thrown into a house where an innocent family sleeps, you can no longer hide, blur, repress or deny. Even if they are Palestinians. Even in Israel
The UN special envoy said that the meeting will take place as soon as the coronavirus crisis allows
Palestinians test positive in the West Bank after days of no new cases ■ Israel reopens schools for all grades ■ Gatherings of up to 50 allowed in open spaces ■ Under 3,500 active cases in Israel, figures show
Madonna Lily, the season’s last great wildflower, can be seen in all its fleeting glory on Mount Carmel this week
In the lull following the first infection wave, physicians tell Haaretz how they adjusted on the fly – and helped push Israel's number of new cases per day into the low double-digits
Marks first attack in area, which houses U.S. Embassy, since new Iraqi prime minister took office
'Highly accurate' Israeli strike severely impacted Shahid Rajaee port, in retaliation for Iranian cyberattack on Israeli water systems, the Washington Post reports
Move comes amid concern over spiking anti-Semitic sentiment during the pandemic, with the N.Y.C. mayor causing controversy over warnings to 'the Jewish community'
Earlier this year, a hard-line student group in Iran threatened to destroy the Tomb of Mordechai and Esther in revenge for the Trump administration’s peace plan
Yaakov Litzman is right about one thing: Forecasts of thousands of COVID-19 fatalities were exaggerated and not coincidental ■ Without its defense establishment, Israel wouldn’t have met its objectives, report says
Figures for 2019 show that a yellow cab carried more passengers on average than Via’s app-based fleet
The FDA has said it is 'aware of reports of serious heart rhythm problems' in patients with coronavirus treated with hydroxychloroquine
The Democratic presidential candidate doesn't think U.S. aid to Israel should be conditioned on any particular policy, including West Bank annexation, Biden's foreign policy adviser says
Meanwhile, Fatah leadership calls on Palestinians to 'prepare' for annexation, but a senior official tells Haaretz its response would not be 'irreversible'
The crude sacking by Miri Regev of her ministry's director general was just one example of how this isn't politics as usual
A Tel Aviv University study finds almost no Israelis were infected with the coronavirus by a carrier from China
Military aims to shore up Lebanese border region, but activists fear damage to the area's rare flora and fauna
Leaders call for investigation into killing of disarmed citizen, citing institutionalized racism
Bennett said that Israel has intensified attacks on Iranian forces in Syria, and that Israel will 'finish the job'
Katz also vows to take a 10% pay cut to identify with public’s coronavirus woes
The city plans to study the effects the change has on the environment
The advance serves a major blow to Khalifa Haftar's forces, backed by the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Russia, who launched an offensive to capture Tripoli in April 2019
Outgoing Minister Amir Ohana says the system 'is calibrated more toward protecting its power than toward protecting the public's faith in it'
Judicial ombudsman blocked the move to return the man to the West Bank, citing court rulings against it
Inspector General Steve Linick may have been fired because he was investigating the president's declaration of a national emergency to sell arms mostly to Saudi Arabia, Eliot Engel suggests
The mask uses a lever to open a slot in front of the mouth and is expected to cost between one and three dollars
The number of confirmed cases per day has risen since curfew hours were relaxed during the month of Ramadan
As he heads into the courtroom to face graft charges, Netanyahu now heads the most bloated government in Israel's history. Anshel Pfeffer explains. LISTEN FREE
The sharply higher temperatures, following rainy and cooler weather last week, have made conditions ripe for insect populations to spread as things dried out
After being sentenced to seven years in prison in 2018, the man called two elementary schools in central Israel and an Eilat hotel claiming that he had planted bombs at their facilities
Authorities briefly detained the editor-in-chief of the independent Mada Masr while she was interviewing the mother of jailed activist