Roman Zadorov, convicted of 2006 murder of 13-year-old, claims he is innocent and is fighting for a retrial
Education Minister Naftali Bennett and Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked's initiative would limit the High Court of Justice from intervening and deprive the court of the power to disqualify a basic law
The court held that, since same-sex marriage is a controversial subject in Israel, the nonprofit behind the ad will have to content itself with supporting 'the right to love'
Analysis High Court Shows Military Service Is at the Heart of Israeli Consensus by Nixing ultra-Orthodox Exemption
The ruling is the latest in a string of challenges the High Court has made to the government, showing it has more moxie than some have thought
Top gov’t officials are 'not telling truth' warned Haifa prosecutor, but was ignored
Israeli prime minister's wife is being indicted for spending over $100,000 on catering at the prime minister's residence
Divulging Details of Netanyahu Corruption Case 'Part of Campaign to Pressure Law Enforcement', Israeli AG Says
State's response says exerting pressure on law enforcement to take certain steps – such as investigating Benjamin Netanyahu – 'must not be permitted'
The Judicial Appointments Committee unanimously approved Hayut as the court’s 12th president. Confidants say she will stand up to attempts by the justice minister to weaken the bench
Likud's Oren Hazan charged with pushing, cursing, threatening mayor of Ariel settlement over family restaurant’s unpaid municipal tax bill
Likud Knesset member Oren Hazan allegedly verbally and physically assaulted officials of settlement Ariel in 2014