Remand extended for ex-MK suspected trading votes for bribesThe Magistrate Court extended by 5 days the remand of the former MK accused of accepting bribes during his service in the Knesset.
'Evacuating Amona could harm relations with President Trump'Former MK Elyakim Haetzni warns that evacuating Amona just as Donald Trump is taking office could adversely affect US-Israel relations.
Americans flocking to new Givat Zeev projectAmerican buyers spur record-breaking sales at Ramat Givat Zeev project.
Israel Prize winner Adin Steinsaltz hospitalized after strokeIsrael Prize laureate Adin Steinsaltz was hospitalized after suffering a stroke, recovering in ICU and responsive to his surroundings.
MK Shaked: Previous governments gave courts idiotic answersJustice Minister says Amona crisis caused by previous governments giving idiotic answers to High Court.
High Court says Temple Mount restraining orders illegalHigh Court ruled that police regulations do not allow them to prevent people from ascending Temple Mount without signing prior commitment.
Amona residents crash discussion of their future in OfraAmona residents interrupt meeting between senior officials of the Yesha Council and ‘Amana' held in Ofra, saying “You don’t represent us!”
No charges against owners of camel that killed driverThe state is closing its investigation into the killing of a man by a stray camel without an indictment, despite knowing who the owners are.
IDF seeking rabbis to help defuse tensionsThe IDF Chief of Manpower is searching for rabbis to help lower tensions between religious establishment and the army.
Watch: Did Israel help Trump clinch the election?Chief of Republican Party in Israel explains Israel's role in helping Donald Trump defeat Hillary Clinton.
Upcoming rail station closings due to constructionHerzlya and Tel Aviv University rail stations will be closed between Dec. 21-25 due to ongoing work on new rail lines.
Haredi pressure again delays Muezzin LawShas has put pressure on the coalition to further soften the bill that was scheduled for a vote today, delaying but not halting its passage.
Suspicion: Ex-MK traded votes for sexual favorsEx-MK detained for questioning on suspicion he accepted bribes from businessman to promote legislation.
Talk17 to bring Judea and Samaria's message to the worldAmerican Friends of Ariel is launching a new platform – Talk17 – for sharing the perspectives of Jews from Judea, Samaria, and Jerusalem.
'He sacrificed himself for the Jewish people'Rest house for soldiers dedicated to Tuvia Yanai Weissman, who was slain by Arab terrorists during attack on a supermarket in Samaria.
Polygamous cult uncoveredReligious court stumbles upon polygamous cult after bride requests annulment.
Israelis back AmonaNew poll shows support for Amona, the Muezzin Law, and annexing Judea and Samaria.
8 wounded in yeshiva fire in northern IsraelFire breaks out in yeshiva in Maalot in upper Galilee, 8 students injured.
Why do men live so long in Israel?Life expectancy for men in Israel, 81 years, is higher than OECD average of 77.7 years. A new study claims military service aids longevity.
Begin: I think I behaved properlyMK Benny Begin says he understands why he was suspended from Knesset committee after voting against Regulation Law, but doesn't regret it.
Judge lashes out at policeJudge orders boys released after they were detained and distanced for protesting against Amona eviction.
Gilad Shalit's new jobGilad Shalit, who was freed from Hamas captivity five years ago, reportedly hired by Israel Discount Bank.
Burger chain debuts SufganiKing hamburger for HanukkahBurger King restaurants in Israel have introduced a special donut burger for the Hanukkah season.
Destroyed Beit El buildings back in courtYesh Din petitioned the High Court to rescind military grant of land to Beit El - to ensure buildings destroyed last year cannot be rebuilt.
Arabs and leftists file lawsuit against relocation of AmonaRadical left Yesh Din organization not content with Amona relocation.
Likud leaders see Amona first-handA day after the removal of Article 7 from the Regulation Law, Likud leaders see Amona first-hand.
MK Smotrich: We are not giving up on AmonaMK Bezalel Smotrich says compromise on Regulation Law was necessary to save 4,000 homes, but Jewish Home is not giving up on Amona.
Israel receives 300 tons of 'Black Friday' packagesRecord-breaking amounts of packages received, mostly purchases from China, U.S., and England.
Begin suspended for voting against coalitionMK Benny Begin suspended from Constitution, Law, and Justice Committee for breaking Coalition rules by voting against Regulation Law.
Police nab 28 drug trafficking suspects in Jerusalem raidPolice arrest 28 suspects involved in drug trafficking and buying and selling illegal drugs.
Supreme Court lightens terrorists sentencesThe Supreme Court has reduced the sentences imposed 6 months ago on the Arabs who threw Molotov cocktails onto Highway 6
'King Netanyahu' artist: I wanted to test limits of free speechArtist who placed a gilded statue of Netanyahu in Rabin Square: 'I wanted to test freedom of speech in 2016 in Israel.'
BDS activist stopped at Ben-Gurion AirportA BDS activist from the World Council of Churches was blocked from entering Israel due to WCC’s support for BDS.
MK Yusuf Jabarin: Regulation Law will lead Israel to HagueMK Yusud Jabarin(Joint Arab List) said the Regulation Law is a "Mark of Cain"and will lead Israel to the Hague international criminal court.
Odeh wants Netanyahu investigated for 'incitement'Joint List head says the party will ask that the Prime Minister be investigated for incitement after saying recent fires were Arab arson.
Israel's new ambassador to Turkey presents credentialsEitan Naeh, Israel's first ambassador to Turkey since 2010, presents credentials to President Erdogan.
Saving the Land of Israel via droneRegavim uses drones to document illegal Arab land-use in Judea, Samaria and even pre-'67 Triangle.
Rabbi may be indicted for incitement to violenceA-G Mandelblit Decides that Rabbi Yoseph Elitzur, co-author of Torat HaMelekh, should be charged for calling for violence.
Amona residents feel abandonedThe residents published a letter on their position which accuses the politicians of “throwing sand in the eyes of the public.”
MK Yehuda Glick praises Regulation Law compromiseMK Yehuda Glick praised the PM and Education Minister for reaching a compromise on the Regulation Law to allow its passage.
Regulation Law passes preliminary readingThe Regulation Law passed its preliminary hearing in the Knesset. It must pass 3 more hearings to become law.
MK Shai: Regulation Law could mean the end of Israeli democracyMK Nachman Shai says demographics mean Israel cannot annex Judea and Samaria and remain Jewish and democratic, worries about intl. reaction.
Report: Attorney General still opposes Regulation LawSources close to the Attorney General say that he still opposes revised version of Regulation Law even after 'Amona clause' was removed.
Netiv Ha'avot residents: Don't forget usResidents of Netiv Ha'avot ask Naftali Bennett not to forget their plight after Coalition agreement fails to save their homes.
Israeli poultry infected with bird flu virusBird flu outbreaks are reported in Southern Israel. The Agriculture Ministry is working to eradicate the outbreak.
Bennett: The Right has regained its powerEducation Minister says agreement on Regulation Law a 'revolution' for the Right, first step towards sovereignty in Judea and Samaria.
Demonstrators to say “Kaddish” for divorced fathersHundreds of men and women are expected to demonstrate tomorrow at the Supreme Court for the rights of divorced fathers.
PM promises: Amona residents will remain on mountainPM Netanyahu promised that the residents of Amona will remain on the mountain on which they currently reside.
Jewish Home MK: Great decisions bring great oppositionMK Smotrich says left's outrage shows how dramatic Regulation Law is, says he stands with Amona residents.
Arab taxi driver caught sexually assaulting Jewish girlCab driver admits to sex crimes against 13-year old girl in Jerusalem.
'Anti-settler professor is a stain on the Hebrew University'Veteran Israeli journalist blasts Hebrew University's refusal to be interviewed by 'settlers'.
Jewish Home to Likud: You should be ashamed of yourselvesJewish Home Director-General responds to Likud attacks on Bennett's agreement to Regulation Law.
'They sold us out!'Amona residents blast Jewish Home over deal to relocate community, abandon demands to retroactively apply Regulation Law.
Shaked: This is a victory for the outpostsJustice Minister hails deal to pass Regulation Law, but concedes Amona residents will pay a price.
Missing boy foundRescue teams find Yaakov Dov Shrot in Arab village north of Jerusalem.
Former MK: People don't see their own miraclesOrit Strock says no one recognizes own miracle, asks public to focus on the Regulation Law and not on Amona.
Authorities worried for missing boy's lifeSearch for Yaakov Dov Shrot continues, authorities fear for his life.