Power to the PeopleHeads of the Movement for Governability and Democracy – Meshilut, talk about adversity and motivation, achievements and upcoming goals.
No evidence of crimes by Lev Tahor sectA delegation of Israeli officials visited the Lev Tahor community in Guatemala amid allegations of abuse and child marriages.
Woman sues hospital over repeated infectionsA woman filed suit against Sheba hospital for performing 10 breast operations on her due to repeated infections caused by latex gloves.
Police recommend closure of investigation against HerzogPolice say there is no evidential basis to prosecute Herzog over illegal donations, recommend case be closed.
Increased security for lawyer in Rabbi Berland caseSecurity beefed up following threats to one of the prosecution lawyers handling the Rabbi Eliezer Berland case.
No Murder Charges for Shavout Terrorist StabberShoving a knife into the back of a Jewish man does not constitute attempted murder, according to the Prosecution.
Surrogate Infant of Israeli Parents Dies in NepalNewborn dies in field hospital in Kathmandu, two days after Israel rescinded order to speed up process of bringing surrogates to Israel.
State Folds on Demolition of Glick Shooter's HomeAfter pressing for demolition, state decides to settle for merely sealing the room of would-be assassin Arab terrorist.
Peace Now Petition to Destroy Six Communities RejectedRegavim attorney explains that High Court decision shows adoption of state position, real threat to Judea-Samaria is state attorney.
Harsher Punishments for Online Incitement?At a discussion of democracy under war conditions, Attorney Shlomi Abramson introduces harsher punishment for online incitement and racism.
Court Rules State Attorney Biased Against the RightJudge sides against 'scandalous' selective enforcement by Shai Nitzan, who ignored 'death to Jews,' 'castrate settlers' as incitement.
State Refuses to Declare Protective Edge a 'War'State Attorney calls for Supreme Court to reject Knesset call to upgrade operation - does such a decision impact compensation?
Report: Prosecution to Seek Five-Year Term for OlmertThe Prosecution will ask for a five-year prison sentence for former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert in the Holyland affair.
Defense Minister Slams 'Domestic Terrorism' in YitzharMoshe Ya'alon vows to use 'all means necessary' in crackdown on extremists in Samaria community.
Zaken Reportedly Has Incriminating Tape Against OlmertFormer PM's bureau chief has reportedly presented police with new evidence implicating him in obstruction of justice.
Gay TV Host Curses Minister Ariel for Appealing Surrogacy Law"Uri Ariel, damn you," says host Gal Uchovsky after Ariel quashes law allowing same-sex couples to undergo surrogacy in Israel.
Zaken Won't Testify Against OlmertProsecution stops talks with Shula Zaken's attorneys, cite lack of supporting evidence in her new testimony.
Zaken Edging Closer to Testifying Against OlmertProgress in negotiations between Shula Zaken and the prosecution on her testimony against former PM.
Former Olmert Aide May Testify Against HimShula Zaken, who has stood by former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert for years, has changed her mind and may sign a plea bargain.
Gov: No Infiltrators in S. Tel Aviv, But No Enforcement EitherState attorney tells Supreme Court that infiltrators will be forbidden in Tel Aviv and Eilat, but that state can't enforce the conditions.
Livni: Lay Off the ProsecutionJustice Minister rejects criticism of the prosecution in the wake of the acquittal of MK Avigdor Lieberman.
Israel Considering Making 'Prisoner X' Report PublicThe Prosecution is considering making public the report which determined that "Prisoner X" committed suicide while in prison.
Prosecution Files Appeal in Olmert CaseState Prosecutor's Office appeals former Prime Minister Olmert's verdict and light sentence.
Prosecution Announces it Will Appeal Olmert VerdictAs it had promised to do last month, the prosecution announces that it will appeal the verdict and sentence of former PM Ehud Olmert.
Prosecution to Appeal Olmert's VerdictProsecution decides to appeal the decision to acquit former PM Olmert on charges of accepting cash from businessman Moshe Talansky.
Prosecutors to Probe Land-Use Enforcement in JerusalemIntense pressure from nationalist lawmakers and activists for the government to exercise sovereignty in all of Jerusalem may be paying off.
Prosecutors Subpoenaed in Ben Gvir CaseItamar Ben Gvir won a battle in court as a Jerusalem Court orders prosecutors to take the stand and explain their decision to prosecute.
Prosecution Against Jewish Ownership of LandState Prosecution petitions Supreme Court against Jewish ownership of hundreds of acres of Jewish land, or more, in Judea/Samaria.
State Prosecutors' Strike Comes to an EndRepresentatives of the Finance Ministry and striking state prosecutors sign a compromise deal after a 43-day strike.
Lawyers' Strike Keeps Teenage Girl under House ArrestState Prosecution strike causes major slowdown in providing legal redress for citizens – and at least one teenage girl is stuck under house arrest.
State Opposes Surrogacy for Homosexual CoupleThe state argues that homosexual couples may not have a child using a surrogate mother. High Court to issue ruling.