Computer science departments only accept the crème de la crème, which means a shortage of software engineers and fewer Israelis able to benefit from the gravy train

High-tech at low ebb at universities

Bank told regulators it was in talks to buy 75% stake in the bank as well as the remaining 25% of shares held by the public

Israel’s Mizrahi Tefahot bank in talks to acquire Union Bank

Nine places around the country — mainly in Tel Aviv, but also in the north and Jerusalem — to enjoy the best of summer

Israeli rooftop escapes: Eat, drink and feel the breeze

Thousands pray at Western Wall to mark start of Tisha B’Av fasting and memorial day, commemorating destruction of ancient temples

Israelis gather in Jerusalem’s Old City after weeks of tensions over Temple Mount

Niv Hadas tries to draw parallels between characters in this series and Israel's political scene

‘Game of Thrones,’ Israeli politics edition: Who is the Netanyahu of Westeros?


China urges support for new Israel-Palestinian peace plan

In study involving five Bedouin men with sperm issues, Israeli scientists discover cause to be a rare genetic mutation

Israeli researchers identify gene causing infertility in men

The Israeli left’s exacting demands from the nation are based on the Jewish values and tradition that the left rejects

The Israeli left’s Jewish paradox

Indictment says victim, 24, hit accused in head with bottle, then accused, 21, pulled knife and killed him during Haifa party

Young Israeli man charged with lethal stabbing at party over money