Nationalist Paper May Fold ThursdayMakor Rishon and Maariv-NRG were to be sold to Sheldon Adelson but bureaucracy may kill the deal.
Makor Rishon And NRG Sold To Yisrael HayomSheldon Adelson, owner of nationalist newspaper Yisrael Hayom, wins bid on financially-strapped newspaper and news site.
Maariv Workers Plan Police Complaint Against OwnerThe revival of bankruptcy proceedings against Maariv has set off long-lingering tensions between workers and management.
Report: Israel Rejects US Plan for Jordan ValleyMaariv reports that Defense Ministry rejects US plans for Jordan Valley, based on security needs.
Pro-Animal Activist Slugs JournalistAnimal rights guru Gary Yourofsky behaved like an animal when he saw Maariv's Erel Segal in a leather jacket.
Moshe Kahlon to Form New Political Party in 2017MK said to be forming new Center-Left party, a la Yair Lapid's Yesh Atid.
White House Denies Obama to Visit Iran in 2014Kuwaiti news agencies report that US President has already planned Iran trip next year.
8% Rise in HIV Carriers in Israel2012 report counts 487 carriers of HIV in Israel, an 8% increase from 2011. Experts: soon, we'll approach the same percentages as in US.
PA: 'We Will Stay in Negotiations For Prisoners'Despite reports that peace talks have failed, PA official declares that they will remain - if only to release more terrorists.
Statistics Show Leading Causes of Death in IsraelData released Wednesday from Central Statistics Bureau reveals cancers as major killer, with heart disease as close second.
Kerry Letter Supporting Gaza Flotillas MisreadMaariv: Kerry letter allegedly supporting Gaza flotillas was auto-signed; US State Dept. denies connection with pro-Palestinian activists.
Pundit: Did Haaretz Make Up Crisis with Britain?Uri Elitzur of Makor Rishon asks if report Britain may cancel trade agreements with Israel was Haaretz's idea.
Leftist Journalist: PM's Wife "Runs the Country"Ben Caspit, fired from Maariv, says Prime Minister's wife is the most powerful person in Israel.
Sale of Maariv Feather in Cap of National CampA court’s approval Tuesday of the sale of Maariv to a religious publisher is a feather in the cap of the national religious community.
Trouble in Haaretz, Too: Strike on ThursdayTwo newspapers suffer economic aftershocks of "social protest" that they themselves fueled last year.
Maariv Workers Protest: No Yom Kippur PaperHundreds of employees marched to protest sale, fearing massive layoffs. Maariv: Most employees to remain.
Ma'ariv Sale Final, Board of Directors DecidesDaily newspaper Ma'ariv is to be sold to Israeli businessman Shlomo Ben-Zvi, the paper's board of directors decided
Maariv Employees: Pay Us Our SalariesMakor Rishon owner Shlomo Ben-Tzvi buys troubled Maariv, two papers may merge, firings expected.