Doctors at Tel Aviv’s Ichilov Hospital believe her fetus is unharmed and say they hope to take her off the ventilator soon
The state comptroller says the cabinet's decision to form a special body still hasn’t been implemented despite national security concerns
Israeli army confirms airstrikes in southern Syria, which state media says led to material damage only
Complainant said independent journalist had come to former official's home pretending to be an intelligence agent, while lawyer decries 'silencing' investigation into so-called submarine affair
State Comptroller says local procurement could be reduced by $1.6 billion in 2028, and Israel hasn't prepared local arms industry for drop
The coronavirus threatens to leave long-term unemployment in its wake, and the government is only starting to think about how to cope with it
The law's goal is to prevent a shortage of essential employees in a possible emergency.
Four-man cell crossed Alpha Line into Israel and was planting bombs on fence before being struck by air and ground forces