It may look pretty but inside, there's rot. Its mayor dreams of doubling its size, but this remote desert town's residents may not be there to see it.
The great global downturn of 2008 seems to have altered the views of the leading candidate for Bank of Israel governor.
Karnit Flug was the natural successor to Stanley Fischer as Bank of Israel chief, but it won't happen because of a fossilized old boys' club
Over the past year, when it finally became clear that the protest was over and it would take years for the change demanded by those young people to come, more and more of them are choosing to leave.
What's behind the most recent surfacing of the 'ethnic demon'?
Israeli business owners wonder how many Palestinians will lose their jobs if companies are forced to move over the Green Line into Israel proper.
Superior Condescending People take on Mediocre Average People and may the muddiest man win.
Henry Kissinger once quipped that "Israel has no foreign policy". Well, these days it has no minister either – and it shows.
July has been a cruel month, with three infants dying of hyperthermia. Parents need help in these maddened times.
Just like Ken Ilgunas in the United States, Israelis are creating their own housing that's a lot more posh than you might expect.