It could come from a missile, a terror attack or just an earthquake, but the internal proceedings of the committee looking at the safety of hazardous facilities in the North says that a violent event in Haifa Bay could put up to 100,000 people at risk.
Civil Administration report indicates Israel more lenient on illegal building by Jews than by Palestinians.
After taking a break from politics six years ago, Ehud Barak used his name and connections to get on the fast track to financial success. How did the former kibbutznik manage to make millions and join the inner circle of Israel's affluent - and what does it mean for his next try at the premiership?
Avigdor Lieberman has done very well for himself since his rise to political power, judging by records of his foreign bank accounts, which the police now have in hand. However, by law, as an MK or minister, he is forbidden from engaging in business activities or becoming embroiled in a conflict of interest. This week he denied any wrongdoing.
Police probe Strategic Threats Min.'s Cyprus accounts, suspect impropriety in funding of 1999 Yisrael Beiteinu primaries.
At the age of 21, Minister Avigdor Lieberman's daughter Michal opened a 'business consulting' firm. Within three years, the company had taken in more than NIS 7 million from anonymous sources abroad. The main one to profit was Lieberman himself; he drew a salary of hundreds of thousands of shekels in the years when he was not in the Knesset and the government. The police are now investigating where the money came from, and in return for what.