Hitler-loving racists and African Americans came together for two minutes to watch the historic eclipse; this Israeli reporter spent that time in a police station
Footage of terror attacks show Israeli medical staff standing by as Palestinian assailants lie wounded on the ground; the incidents put the national rescue service, which officially isn't meant to operate in the territories, in an embarrassing position.
Opposition leader's bureau says many others attended the meeting, but security footage shows otherwise.
From downtrodden Jews dueling anti-Semites to the German-Jewish fencing champion who called Hitler a 'cute little man,' the story is a bizarre one.
50 years after the first issue of Haaretz Magazine featured a story about an eccentric steakhouse owner with an unusual story, the plot has thickened.
A Haaretz investigative report shows that the benefits of the drug are far from clear, especially when taken without proper supervision.
Testimonies provided to Haaretz describe conditions in which the anonymous inmate is being held; Lieberman: Case is 'extremely severe incident.'
In a new book, analyst Yagil Levy says there has been a substantial change in the blood price that Israeli society is willing to pay in military confrontations, restricting the armys ability to operate effectively.
Twenty years after his army service in Deheisheh refugee camp, and 25 years after the start of the first intifada, Shay Fogelman returns to the camp in search of the girl whose life he saved.
New movement, Zionists Breaking the Silence, is a response to groups who criticize the IDF, but others stand to benefit.