230 new Ukranian immigrants land in IsraelHalf of the 78 immigrant Ukraine families settle in Israel's center, north, four immigrants are Holocaust survivors.
'Israel's economy doing well, without a doubt'Bank of Israel presents annual report, President Rivlin says Israel's economy is good, but Israel must 'monitor economic processes closely.'
'It was a terrible sight'Woman found decapitated in Tiberias after her apartment goes up in flames. Ex-husband found wandering streets covered in blood.
Rabbi Stav: Privatize 'kashrut monopoly'Chairman of liberal Tzohar rabbis' organization calls to create Orthodox alternatives to kashrut offered by Chief Rabbinate.
'Why should foreign-funded NGOs get tax breaks?'New bill proposes to cancel property tax discount for foreign-funded NGOs.
1 year after tragic accident, widower looks for a new startOn their way to celebrate their 2nd anniversary, a tragic bus accident killed a woman and injured husband. Now he's hoping for a new life.
Netanyahu, Kahlon still working to end coalition crisisPM Netanyahu meets Finance Minister in attempt to hammer out agreement on broadcasting authority to end ongoing coalition crisis.
Rabbinical court works to permit marriage to 'mamzer'Be'er Sheva rabbis invalidate marriage to erase 'mamzer' status.
'Over a thousand innocent people in prison'Chen Eilati's acquittal of mother's murder raises question of innocents sitting in prison. Why is this happening, and how can we cope?
Supreme Court: No change to Temple Mount restrictionsCourt turns down request by Likud MK to issue injunction against Knesset rule barring MKs from visiting holy site.
Sharks spotted - in Jerusalem?Police uncover sharks smuggled into Old City of Jerusalem after spotting suspicious tail sticking out of box.
Israeli courts threaten to shut down judicial systemJudges threaten first strike in history of Israeli court system, demand greater retirement benefits at taxpayers' expense.
Winter weather to return at end of weekTemperatures to rise Wednesday, then drop Thursday night with the return of winter weather.
Attorney General frustrates Defense Minister, protects yeshivaAttorney General Mandelblit tells Defense Minister he can't close hesder yeshiva, mechina targeted for expressing traditional values.
Israel and Nicaragua renew diplomatic tiesSouth American country and Israel renew diplomatic ties that were cut off in 2010.
Watch: Woman attacked at haredi protestWoman who accidentally wandered onto scene of haredi demonstration in Jerusalem attacked by protesters.
Deri to Herzog: Join the governmentShas chairman calls on opposition leader to join the government. Herzog responds and calls on Deri to join alternative coalition.
Why is the Cave of Mahpela not accessible to the disabled?New inspection structure is liable to pose considerable difficulties for Jews entering the Cave.
'No quarrel because of Regulation Law'Attorney General speaks this evening in Elkana, addresses regulation, Regulation Law, cultural budgets, other issues.
New Israeli show a slap in the face to bereaved familiesShow claims to document terrorists' lives in jail. Minister Regev: 'Whoever is interested in state funding needs to preserve our values.'
'I did not give up - the stabber hesitated'Revital Kenino, school principal stabbed yesterday by Arab, recovering from injury to nape of neck, tells how she coped with attack.
'Relax, there won't be early elections'Health Minister says coalition crisis not likely to bring down government.
Will Shaked challenge Bennett?Poll shows Jewish Home would perform better under Shaked, amid speculation she may pursue premiership in the future.
Robbers hold up Jerusalem post office at knife-pointPost office in haredi neighborhood robbed by knife-wielding men who make off with 10,000 shekels in cash.
Glick to Supreme Court: Allow access to Temple MountMK Yehuda Glick submits petition to Supreme Court to prevent PM and ministers from issuing orders to police regarding Temple Mount.
Year after wife's murder, Natan Meir becomes engaged13 months after his wife was brutally murdered by an Arab terrorist, widower Natan Meir gets engaged. Couple's daughter also engaged.
'Bennett doesn't want us because we're too right-wing'National Union leader Uri Ariel calls for unity with Jewish Home, but claims party leaders oppposed 'as we're too right-wing and religious.'
'The embassy move is an American decision'Israel's Consul General in New York in a special interview with Arutz Sheva about the new administration and its impact on Israel.
Rabbi Levinstein clarifies remarksRabbi Yigal Levinstein writes to students of Eli academy, clarifies comments that caused uproar.
Security increased around Attorney GeneralDefense Ministry increases security around Avichai Mandelblit following protests and graffiti near his house.
'Trump's commitment to Israel is sacrosanct'House Speaker Paul Ryan at AIPAC: The United States stands with Israel now, tomorrow and always.
Family of Oron Shaul sues IDF for proof of son's deathFamily of soldier believed killed in 2014 Gaza conflict whose body has been held by Hamas demands release of evidence of his death.
Rabbi Shmuel Tal publishes support for MK SmotrichRabbi Shmuel Tal sends letter of support for MK Smotrich after MK was criticized for suggesting Religious Zionists delay enlistment.
'PM behind articles criticizing a minister? Unprecedented'Professor Avi Diskin estimates that despite tensions the coalition is not falling apart. 'No party has a real interest in elections.'
'In our generation women are obligated to study Torah'Rabbi Yaakov Ariel, Rabbi of Ramat Gan, says that women can suffer spiritual degeneration if they do not study Torah regularly.
Haredi MK: Yerushalmi Faction is an unruly handfulHealth Minister explains Yerushalmi Faction not connected to haredi mainstream, 'This is not our way'.
President Rivlin rejects Olmert's pardon requestIsraeli President refuses to grant pardon to ex-Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, now serving jail term for corruption charges.
22 arrested in haredi neighborhoodsArrests and searches in Betar Illit, Bnei Brak, and Jerusalem for community sex crime cover up.
Tel Aviv doctor receives death threatPatient's family curses, threatens to kill doctor. Two arrested in connection with threats.
Likud MK: Stop the craziness in the GymnasiumLikud MK slams Education Minister Bennett, says Bennett should have Gymnasium principal transferred to Ramallah school.
Investigation follows incitement against haredi recruiterInvestigation opened following leafleting at several locations in IDF haredi recruitment chief's Petah Tikva neighborhood.
Appeal to place autistic children in rehabilitative centersParents of autistic children sue Welfare Ministry for not finding places for their toddlers in rehabilitative daycare centers.
'Katz and the haredim are preventing an agreement'Coalition Chairman Bitan says any agreement between PM and Finance Minister must include delaying IPBC opening.
Patient attacks hospital nursePatient curses, threatens nurse, then throws computer screen at her.
Students unearth 2000-year old Jewish town to fund Poland tripStudents at Jerusalem's Boyar High School participate in archaeological excavations to help fund their trip to Poland's concentration camps.
Construction greenlighted in Efrat after Arab claims dismissedA housing project south of Jerusalem overcame last major hurdle, as claim on land made by local Arab found to be false.
'They're learning to accept those who are different'Gush Etzion principal says mainstreamed classrooms create healthy relationships, don't place students in roles of 'giver' and 'taker.'
Poll: Lapid tops Netanyahu, PM's approval rating at 35%The Likud would lose to Yesh Atid if elections were held today, poll says, with PM's approval rating underwater at just 35%.
Red tape delays Ethiopian migration to IsraelJewish Agency says they're 'ready to receive' Ethiopian immigrants but haven't received names of candidates from government.
'I hope Herzog will form an alternative coalition'Zionist Union MK: I want Netanyahu to be concerned about what the Israelis are worried about.
'A new era in Israel-America relations'Deputy Foreign Minister speaks to Arutz Sheva in a special interview about relations with the U.S. and construction in Judea and Samaria.
Rwanda's President hails friendship with IsraelRwanda's President Paul Kagame says Israel is an inspiration for his country's rebirth after genocide.
Judea and Samaria population growth kills two-state solution"The facts on the ground in this region are irreversible and render the concept of a two-state solution obsolete."
Despite the empty chair - looking forwardThree years passed since Mizrahi family drove to fateful Seder night. Special interview with widow Hadas Mizrahi.
'This school invites the spilling of soldiers' blood'IDF soldiers and veterans protest outside school whose students participated in project depicting Israeli soldiers as war criminals.
Residents arrested for returning to site of destroyed homesFormer residents of Homesh, destroyed in 2005, arrested while having a Sabbath meal at the site of their destroyed former community.
Lapid: Joint Arab List will never be in my governmentYesh Atid chief blasts Joint List party, calls MK Zoabi and former MK Ghattas 'haters of Israel'.