'Voting against settlements is actually voting against Judaism'Nadia Matar of Women in Green welcomes Trump's election, calls to encourage Netanyahu to apply Israeli sovereignty in Judea and Samaria.
New York Times taps new Jerusalem bureau chiefNew York Times names Ian Fisher to serve as its Jerusalem bureau chief.
No government ministers attended funerals of terror victimsPM orders Cabinet Secretary to formulate a procedure requiring Cabinet ministers to attend funerals of soldiers.
Pardon in order - government conduct 'disgraceful'Former Minister Eli Yishai relates to verdict in Elor Azariya trial: 'We are becoming a laughingstock in the world.'
Amona agreement implementation - only after January 20Coalition Chairman David Bitan declares PM asked Likud members not to speak publicly on Amona, until after Inauguration Day.
'The real answer to the UN'Social Equality Ministry to give 2.4m NIS for youth activities in Judea and Samaria. Minister "calls on youth to settle Judea and Samaria."
Judge: Why did you not arrest a single Arab rioter?District Court dismisses police appeal on release of worshipers who entered Joshua's tomb; criticizes fact that no Arab rioter arrested.
What moves Prime Minister Netanyahu?PM opens Likud faction meeting with remarks on yesterday's terror attack. Wounded soldiers told him they want to continue serving in IDF.
Lapid: 'Keyboard Heroes' couldn't wait to slam IDFYesh Atid chairman Yair Lapid attacked IDF critics following Armon Hanatziv carnage.
Liberman's advice to Elor Azariya: Don't appealDefense Minister says no link between Azariya trial and soldier conduct at yesterday's attack, calls on Azariya not to appeal verdict.
Ramming attack victims laid to rest4 soldiers killed in terror attack Sunday laid to rest. Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem asks at funeral 'How long will the wicked ones rejoice?'
Judea and Samaria residents: You can't tax our shopping bagsYesha residents say controversial tax on shopping bags was never applied to towns beyond Green Line, cannot be enforced on them.
ISIS in the heart of JerusalemOpinion. Sunday's attack caps years of efforts to contain growing ISIS support in Jabel Mukaber neighborhood in the capital.
Women of the Wall will not oppose UN anti-Kotel ResolutionFeminist org refuses to join efforts to oppose UN's recent anti-Kotel resolution, says its struggle is only for 'equal rights' at Kotel.
Palestinian Authority worried Israel may annex Area CPalestinian Authority's International Realtions Department claims annexing Area C will threaten 'Palestinian state.'
WATCH: Snow falls on Mt. HermonSnow falls on Mt. Hermon, closing site to visitors.
Finance Ministry reports 5-year low in housing salesFinance Ministry reveals October 2016 had lowest number of homes purchased since 2011.
'Please stop listening to unsubstantiated reports'Noam Kadar, a cadet on the scene at Armon Hanatziv, sharply criticizes claims that cadets ran away and did not shoot at the terrorist.
Names of the four victims of terror attack releasedThe names of the victims of the truck terror attack at the Haas Promenade in Armon Hanatziv have been released for publication.
'Mom. I was wounded, I'm in Shaarei Tzedek hospital'Segev Lahav left a message on his mother's phone, but she had not even heard about the terror attack.
Shabbat Law: Government to request court extensionAfter charged discussion at cabinet meeting on bylaw to open supermarkets in Tel Aviv on Shabbat, government to ask court for extension.
Disabled man's alimony leaves him homeless, eating tree fruitAmi has undergone several surgeries for cancer, divorced, and lost his job. Alimony he is forced to pay erases his disability pension.
Terror in Jerusalem - ZAKA needs your helpThrough fire and blood, they run toward terror - Now they need our help to heal.
"Yediot Aharonot" publisher at center of Netanyahu affairRecording publicized this morning contains conversation between Netanyahu and businessman Noni Mozes, "Yediot Aharonot" publisher.
Netanyahu: We'll push UN Security Council to cancel resolutionNetanyahu announces new developments for periphery, dental care, emphasizes Israel wokring to cancel recent UN Security Council resolution.
Disaster on way to birthday partyNames of the two motorcyclists who died last night after flipping over on Bar Ilan Interchange released.
Report: Netanyahu was recorded discussing favorsPM presented with recordings in which he seems to be heard negotiating favors with businessman . According to Haaretz, Netanyahu surprised.
Coalition Head: Netanyahu won't need to resign'Prime Minister can still remain in power' even if charged, Coalition Head David Bitan says.
Jewish Home Minister: Don't touch ShabbatAgriculture Minister Uri Ariel calls on government not to touch Shabbat issues' status quo, warns any changes could problems.
Kiryat Arba Council Head: We knew the allegations were falseKiryat Arba-Hevron Council Head says claims of illegal sales always turn out to be false, promises Hevron will grow in coming years.
Right-wing attorney: Release alleged Eizenkot inciterAttorney Itamar Ben-Gvir says man who allegedly incited against IDF Chief of Staff should be released, did not mean what he said.
Fire in Tzfat hotel injures dozensFire breaks out in lobby of Tzfat hotel, emergency services transfer injured to hospitals.
Israeli fashion chains turn to Finance Ministry for helpIn an attempt to fight the online shopping trend, Israeli chains push for lower tax on imports.
Kahlon denies he's looking to form alternative coalitionReports say Kahlon spoke with Zionist Union and Israeli President Rivlin regarding alternate coalition, Kahlon denies speaking to Rivlin.
Netanyahu: We won't support bodies that act against usPrime Minister addresses Israel’s decision to suspend some of its funding to the UN.
Police arrest man suspected of inciting against Chief of StaffPolice arrest a resident of Jerusalem who took part in a demonstration during the reading of the verdict of Elor Azariya.
Most new immigrants settle in Tel AvivMost young professional Jewish immigrants move to Tel Aviv.
Israelis rally for unity after soldier's manslaughter verdictWounded IDF veteran initiates unity rally in Tel Aviv, says he's 'appalled' at amount of hate expressed after Azariya's verdict.
Retired Supreme Court President: The judges aren't leftistsRetired Supreme Court President Dorit Beinisch says Supreme Court judges 'aren't leftists, they're professionals.'
Whoever adds, detractsA special column by Israeli journalist Sivan Rahav-Meir discusses Elor Azariya and the late Yaakov Neeman. Translated by Shoshana Silver.
Poll shows right wants Naftali Bennett for Prime MinisterLeft-wing camp prefers Lapid as alternative to Netanyahu, but right-wing prefers Bennett.
Over a million PA Arabs plan to leave IsraelArab media reports over 20,000 PA Arabs leave Israel each year, says numbers are growing.
Legislation Committee to vote on 'Breaking the Silence Bill'Coalition, opposition support bill banning Breaking the Silence from entering Israeli schools.
Netanyahu's lawyer: I was and still am calmAttorney Jacob Weinroth addresses Netanyahu probe, says the Prime Minister has not committed any criminal offense.
Israel cuts UN funding following 'anti-settlement' resolutionIsrael announces it will be suspending a significant portion of its annual contributions to the United Nations for 2017.
'We are all a part of the IDF'President Rivlin visits with family of Maj. Hagai Ben-Ari, who succumbed this week to injuries suffered in Gaza operation in 2014.
Israelis to get Sundays off - but not every weekSundays likely to be added as part of Israeli weekend, but only several weeks a year.
Despite Amona deal, no progress on replacement housingResidents of Amona say government doing nothing to work on implementation of deal which secured their peaceful evacuation.
Civil Admin official fired for supporting illegal constructionHead of negotiations with Bedouin in Area C dismissed over membership in group which supports illegal Bedouin construction.
Two seriously injured in plane crash near Tel AvivPlane crash in Sharon region east of Tel Aviv leaves two in serious condition.
Watch: Students participate in Knesset session on anti-SemitismStudents from abroad participate in Knesset discussion on anti-Semitism on college campuses. 'Many Jewish students feel intimidated'.
Serial wedding crasher nabbed for string of phone theftsSuspect regularly showed up for weddings posing as a guest in order to steal cell phones.
Mike Huckabee in Israel - Live broadcast from JerusalemHighest Echelons of Business and Political Worlds VIP Dinner in Yerushalayim
Netanyahu, Lapid tied as top picks for Prime MinisterYesh Atid leads Likud in latest poll; majority of Israelis disagree with conviction of Elor Azariya.
Hevron Jewish homes to be repopulated soonHomes in Hevron purchased by Jews from Arabs could be repopulated soon after an investigation found that the sale was legal.
One dead in accident near HevronOne person killed and five people injured in a collision on Highway 60 at the Halhul junction.