Ricky Sangrines lost his work visa when his employer died; his kids remain in Israel with their mother, who is also from the Philippines.
Islamic State magazine published an 'interview' with Muhammad Musallam, 19, from East Jerusalem claiming he is working for Israeli intelligence.
Sources say Hasidic Ruzhin yeshiva wants to submit a construction plan for the area; building earmarked for preservation, cannot legally be demolished.
A new study reveals that some 20 photos purporting to depict the historic arrival of General Allenby in Jerusalem after its conquest by the British are mistakenly attributed.
Guidelines for use of black foam-tipped bullets appear to have been written about a month ago, even though police have gradually introduced bullets for about a year.
Court overturned district court ruling to allow the two Twito brothers, who allegedly set the fire last November, to be released to house arrest.
Gag order lifted on case; police suspect neighbor and accomplice set fire to apartment, causing death by smoke inhalation of a woman living upstairs.
Critics say such executives are inevitably less familiar with the city and less committed to it.
News tenders issued after several months of quiet freeze due to Netanyahu's fear of American backlash.
2,500-year-old said to be the most important ancient Jewish archive since the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls.