Boosted by the cabinet's agreement on the 2021-2022 budget, the shekel is trading at its strongest since January.
Facebook's nexus to LifeLog, and its linkages to (Pentagon's) DARPA: What does it mean, and why does it matter? Connecting the dots. Op-ed.
Shas leader hopes to bring down government, worries Israel will become 'a state of all its citizens, with a haredi ghetto.'
Bar-Ilan professor: Nutritional supplements offer hope for a nontoxic treatment that reverses the underlying genomic cause of the disease.
Route 1 to Tel Aviv opened, Route 395 from Route 38 to Tzuba closed
CFO Ronen Faier: There is a very strong increase in demand in all countries and in all the segments.
Due to the fire in the Shoresh and Shoeva area, the electric corporation cut off the supply line to the localities, in order to prevent the danger of electric shock to the residents and the rescue and fire brigade.
Electric Corporation representatives are in the command center at the scene and are closely following the incident.
Foreign Minister Lapid and Defense Minister Gantz will hold a joint security briefing for ambassadors tomorrow and will reveal intelligence materials proving that Iran is behind the attack on the ship off the coast of Oman.
Channel 12 reported that the invitation was received at the various embassies a short time ago.
Fire near J'lem: Evacuation of houses in Shoeva begins
"Globes" talks to Israeli architect Pitsou Kedem, who designed J House, which was featured in Netflix's series 'World's Most Extraordinary Homes."
Ministers approved: Returnees from 18 more countries will require isolation starting Thursday at midnight.
The terrorist Muntasser Shalby was convicted of the murder of Yehuda Guetta 3 months ago in a terrorist attack at the Tapuach junction and in the attempted murder of Amichai Hala, Benaya Peretz and the other civilians who were at the station.
Shalby was also convicted of possession of ammunition and obstruction of justice.
American gymnast Simone Biles, who dropped out of the previous exercises due to mental difficulties, returned to competition and won a bronze medal in the beam exercise.
16-year-old Chinese rival Guan Chenchen received a higher score and won gold.
Volunteer EMT meets with a child burn victim he treated at a community fair two years after he helped the boy survive a terrible accident
The first line of houses in Moshav Shoresh and the gas station were evacuated following the large fire that broke out in the area.
Firefighting planes are currently spraying flame retardants to prevent the fire from spreading to homes.
Large fire breaks out just west of Jerusalem, threatening the town of Shoresh and forcing residents to evacuate.
Three attack groups apparently acting for the Chinese government penetrated mobile carriers' servers, mainly in South-East Asia.