70-year-man dies of heat stroke ■ Netanyahu ordered looking into foreign assistance ■ Heat wave expected to continue well into Friday
Former Al-Aqsa Martyr's Brigade leader Zakaria Zubeidi and lawyer Tarek Barghout carried out two shootings and planned another, Israel's Shin Bet security service says
Migrant workers' deaths in Bnei Brak and Petah Tikvah raise death toll in construction accidents to 16 this year
Top doctor believes Aisha Rabi's wounds could not have been caused by a stone, but others disagree; court orders release of Israeli minor, whose DNA was found on the stone that hit her car, to house arrest
In 1976, another man, Amos Baranes, was convicted of 19-year-old Rachel Heller's murder and served eight years in prison before his sentence was commuted - He was exonerated in 2002 and died from cancer a year later
Defending the easing of gun permit criteria, state tells court there is no factual basis for claims that increased rates of Israelis owning guns contribute to domestic violence
Public Defense decries ‘nation-wide, daily infringement of basic rights and violation of detainees’ human dignity’ in Israeli prisons, some called 'unfit for humans'
The three are suspected of brutally and unjustifiably assaulting bound Palestinians with clubs after two other Israeli guards were stabbed by a jailed Hamas activist
Police say they there is no suspicion of criminal offense because Yehuda Biadga ran toward the policeman who shot him with a knife, posing 'a clear threat'
Mahmoud Abu Asbah, who was killed in Ashkelon in November, has yet to be listed on the website of the National Insurance Institute as a victim of 'hostile acts'
Thyssenkrupp senior officials will be asked about suspected corruption in Netanyahu's approval of $2-billion purchase of German submarines and naval boats
Palestinian official says an Egyptian-mediated cease-fire agreement began Monday 4:30 A.M. ■ Nearly 700 rockets launched from Gaza and four Israelis killed in two days of hostilities ■ Israel strikes hundreds of targets in Strip, 23 Palestinians reported dead ■ Israel kills Hamas moneyman in first targeted hit since 2014
Gilad Erdan says 'cultural events should not be a consideration when it comes to the force of our response'
'No other country in the world would let this go on,' one resident says after 250 rockets were fired from Gaza toward southern Israel, complaining of government neglect
Shin Bet Men Suspected of Ordering Search of Palestinian Woman’s Private Parts Likely Won't Stand Trial
Two Shin Bet officers are expected to undergo a disciplinary hearing and one IDF commander might be put on trial, pending military decision on the case
'All the signals were there but nobody lifted a finger,' welfare authorities say about the suspected murder of Najlaa Alamuri, a 19-year-old whose relatives are under arrest
The two, a Fatah operative and a drug smuggler, were taken by the Red Crescent emergency services through the Qunteira Crossing. Both asked not to be returned to Syria
Israeli official says move is gesture of 'good will' after Zachary Baumel's remains were retrieved, but Russia's Syria envoy claims Israel settled the matter in an official deal
Fatah operative requested to be placed in Hebron where he wishes to get married, while accused drug smuggler refuses to go back to Syria where he says authorities persecute him
Defense officials say Asher Vaknin ignored Israeli interest in reaching a deal but he didn't act alone, the public security minister was set on imposing harsher conditions for prisoners at almost any price
Nathan Milikowsky was asked explicitly if he and Netanyahu maintained business ties and he denied it, despite the fact that the two were partners in the SeaDrift steel company from 2007 to 2010
Witness comes forward to say deal between prime minister and his cousin raises suspicion of criminal activity ■ Police say no probe or investigation opened
Israel agrees to install public phones in cells ■ Israeli and Palestinian sources negate each other on removal of cellphone jammers
Police say better scrutiny and overcrowding in detention cells are main reasons for decline as arrests drop by 11 percent
The Hercules pilots could not see the settler's helicopter, which took off from his private and illegal airstrip in an unauthorized outpost, nearly causing a collision
Israel Prison Service contradicts claim, says number of Palestinians participating in the strikes diminished
Verdict comes after man rejected his wife's request for more than 20 years
Source says strike launched after head of prison service's intelligence division refused demand to immediately remove equipment jamming cell phone reception
Both campaigns claim that Gantz's party is headed for victory: Kahol Lavan’s aim is to unify the ranks, the prime minister's is to scare apathetic Likud voters to the polls
Prisoners claim Israel gave in to their demands to remove cellphone jammers and install payphones. Israeli officials deny the reports