Protesters are calling for the 'freedom to dance' in response to police restrictions on trance festivals in an attempt to limit drug use
15 detained after demonstrators block major street in protest of Supreme Court's backing of a police decision to disallow trance festival, citing planned drug trafficking
Of the many players in the industry, ‘it’s possible that one will be a big, serious company in another 10 years, but I have no doubt that the average will be a total collapse,’ one investment chief says
Canndoc, whose parent company is chaired by former Prime Minister Ehud Barak, plans to trade on the Nasdaq
The police seized cocaine, crystal meth, marijuana, hashish and ecstasy while raiding the Breakfast Club
Suspects ran a highly organized drug network that operated like a crime organization and allegedly sold ecstasy, cocaine and marijuana to Israelis, including minors
Three months ago, Jeff Sessions resigned – and Israel seized the moment
Finance and health ministries estimate exports could bring in about $1b a year, but some lawmakers fear more cultivation could push more drugs onto the streets
The Knesset has passed the law amid concerns that the legalization of marijuana will increase Israelis’ use of the substance before driving
The 27-year-old’s body will undergo an autopsy, which the family of the 55-year-old who also died is resisting
Police are investigating whether one of the men, 55, died of a drug overdose. The second man, 27, died of massive organ failure in hospital
The drug creates a sense of euphoria, alertness, high self-confidence and increased libido, which can last for 15 hours or more
FDA approves Israeli pharmaceuticals to begin clinical studies for a pain relief drug as an alternative to opiate-based narcotics
Charges of price gouging leveled against company’s plan to charge dying patients exorbitant price for experimental ALS drug; U.S. ‘right-to-try’ law paves way for profiteering at the expense of the terminally ill, claim critics
Maybe the soldiers realize that something is essentially wrong with serving in an institution whose job is to suppress 4 million subjects
The number of narcotic prescription drugs that have reached the street ballooned from a small number caught in raids on kiosks in 2015, to many hundreds in 2017
The arrests deflate Telegrass operators’ claim that they protect dealers, customers through the encrypted use of the app
Knesset health committee approved Health Ministry’s request to criminalize possession of substances associated with drug overdose deaths without a prescription
The Justice Ministry has rapped the State Prosecutor's Office after a 10-month house-arrest ruling based only on the tracing of a cellphone location
Three people face charges for importing the drug ayahuasca, which has been drunk for hundreds of years by traditional practitioners in South America
Stas Misezhnikov of party Yisrael Beiteinu was convicted of funding a college festival in return for a job for his girlfriend
The lack of clarity surrounding the cannabis industry is connected not only to its hazy legal status going forward, but also to questions about what its activities and boundaries are
Soldier complained of chest pains, received painkiller ■ Army opens investigation into the prison staff’s conduct in the days before the soldier collapsed
A year-long, country-wide undercover operation leads to arrests, including boss who heads underworld organization in north of country
Justice Ministry removes the substance, a strain of cannabis, from dangerous drugs list, and a new pilot will see cultivation for industrial use
New directives allow patients to use cannabis oil or vapor in public — but smoking outside your home is still banned
Discovery comes in experiments done on mice, links outbreak with marijuana, hashish and a synthetic drug known as 'Nice Guy'
The opium wars served Europe’s interests in China. Whose interests are served by plunging Israel into a marijuana haze?
First-time offenders will face $270 fine if caught using marijuana in a public place, but criminal charges will only be brought if person re-offends four times.
Expected change follows expected change in enforcement policy toward civilians.