Israeli Muslim Growth Rate Declining1.454 million Muslims live in Israel, and still have high fertility rates. However, growth has slowed significantly since 2000.
Poll Reveals Israelis Recycle - When They CanBottle recycling is common in Israel, but other nationwide programs struggling in first survey of its kind.
Analyst: Little Govt. Can Do to Spur EconomyBecause his coalition is so small, Binyamin Netanyahu's government doesn't have many options to promote the economy, said Moody's.
Teacher Burnout At Record HighOne in four new teachers will switch professions within five years, Central Bureau of Statistics reveals.
Israel's Population Now 8.345 MillionIndependence Day census: 176,000 babies were born and 32,000 people immigrated in 2014; Israel now has 6.251 million Jews.
Israeli Workers Happier Than Their US CounterpartsStudy shows Israeli workers are generally satisfied with their jobs, enjoy their work more than American workers.
20% of Israelis Do Volunteer WorkOne out of every five Israelis - over a million people - volunteer, study shows; religious leading the way.
CBS: Cancer, Heart Disease Biggest KillersMore Israelis died from cancer in 2012, the latest year for which statistics were available, than from any other disease.
How Many Arabs, Jews Live in Judea-Samaria?Gap of over one million people in census data from Judea-Samaria population counts; experts accuse PA of falsifying, omitting information.
Didn't Participate in a Poll? You're ExcusedIsrael is set to eliminate an entire class of criminals - people who refuse to participate in polls of the Central Bureau of Statistics.
Top 10% Make 8.5% More Than Bottom 10%: CBSIsrael's poor are not getting ahead - but they are not falling behind, either, new numbers from the Central Bureau of Statistics show.
CBS: Israeli Muslim Birthrate Continues to FallAccording to the newest demographic studies, the birth rate of Israeli Muslims is continuing to fall, with 3.4 children per family in 2013.
CBS: Elderly Poverty Still a Big ProblemHalf the senior citizens 75 years or older have had to seek assistance from the government, statistics show.
More Israeli Men Working in August than EverMixed news as more men working, even as unemployment rises to 6.4% in August during Operation Protective Edge.
Most Popular Israeli Baby Name Last Year: MohammedLeftist newspaper Haaretz reveals statistics report didn't include Arab names.
CBS: Worker Demand Up Almost 7% in MayDespite misgivings among economists, the May jobs report shows that Israel's economy is still robust.
Ben Stein: Stop Torturing Jonathan PollardCommentator Ben Stein offers his thoughts on convicted spy Jonathan Pollard and a proposed Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement.
2013 a Bumper Crop Year for Cars, Statistics ShowThere are more cars than ever on Israel's roads, which are already quite crowded, the Central Bureau of Statistics said.
Statistics: Judea and Samaria Building Up 123.7%Peace Now irked at the revelation, blames Netanyahu government; meanwhile, building is up all over Israel.
Jews Happy to be Living in Jerusalem, Arabs NotThe Central Bureau of Statistics released a slew of Jerusalem-related statistics, in honor of Jerusalem Day
More Jobs Available for Israeli WorkersWhile the U.S. and Europe suffer from ongoing unemployment, there were more jobs for Israelis, and workers earned more, at least nominally
Study: Ra'anana Residents Live LongestIf you want to live a long, healthy life in Israel, live in Ra'anana, a study by the Central Bureau of Statistics said
Jerusalem Still Israel's Largest Populated CityJerusalem remains Israel’s largest city in terms of population, according to figures released by the Central Bureau of Statistics.
Israeli Ambassador: Jews Must Remain UnitedIsraeli Ambassador Michael Oren urged the Jewish people to remain united in support of the State of Israel.
CBS's Ben Stein Warns of Second HolocaustCBS’s Ben Stein warns that the Jewish people must heed the lessons of history in order to prevent another Holocaust from befalling it.
Erdan: Dagan's Statements a Danger to IsraelMinister Gilad Erdan: Former Mossad chief's remarks that Iran is 'rational' are a danger to Israel's security interests.
Former Mossad Chief: Iranian Regime is 'Rational'Former Mossad Chief Meir Dagan tells CBS: Ahmadinejad is rational. Iran is considering all the implications of its actions.
Israel's Cost of Living Higher in 2011The cost of living for Israelis in the lower echelon was higher in 2011, statistics revealed in a government report released this week.
INN Goes Hollywood, Mentioned in Top CBS SeriesArutz Sheva goes to Hollywood, with a prominent mention on the CBS series "The Good Wife."
58% of Jews are Religious or 'Traditionalist'Census stats: 33 percent of Jews are religious, another 25 percent see themselves as "traditionalist but not so religious."