Plane hijacking in the 1970s led to the development of Israel's 'unmatched' cybersecurity industry, prime minister tells Tel Aviv conference
The US has warned the EU that it will face penalties and fines if they try to bypass the US sanctions.
A self-contained dome simulating conditions on the Red Planet will house six astronauts – including two Israelis – who will be cut off from the world during a three-week research program in 2020
‘Green Book,’ starring Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen, is a feel-good movie, but its take on 1960s race relations in the U.S. is simplistic kitsch
New Health Ministry survey of 16 largest cities also shows lowest incidence of cancer in general in Bnei Brak, highest proportion of women breast-cancer sufferers in Tel Aviv; worst infant mortality rate in Be'er Sheva
Tech giant is expected to receive 3.2 billion shekel government grant to build new plant in Kiryat Gat
The move follows the departure of Bennett and Ayelet Shaked, who formed a new party, Hayamin Hehadash
Benjamin Netanyahu is vulnerable. His desperation is showing of late, as is his weariness. It's not a good look for him. But what's the chance he'll lose on April 9?
The detainee's lawyer said her client sustained a fracture to the face, a cracked rib and injuries to his eye and head