The first ever series about Israel's longest standing prime minister is being described as 'an epic political story'

‘Super-juicy’ TV show about Benjamin Netanyahu in the works


Ahmad Mansour is waging battles against the radicalization of young Muslim immigrants, and hatred of Israel, in his adoptive country of Germany

How an Israeli-Arab psychologist became Germany’s staunchest Islam critic


Court orders ministry employees to continue with negotiations, overruling plan to shut down Gaza, West Bank checkpoints

Israeli labor court suspends workers’ strike at defense and foreign bureaus


Following stint on Israeli squad and attempted NBA comeback, former all-star inks deal with Fujian Sturgeons of Chinese league

Amar’e Stoudemire to play basketball in China


Larry Tanenbaum, who promised to bring squad to Holy Land if they won the NBA Finals, says players' 'demanding schedules' preventing trip

Raptors co-owner denies boycott calls keeping team from visiting Israel


While it is not clear who used the software to hack officials' phones, Israel's NSO says it sells its spyware exclusively to government customers

WhatsApp hacked to spy on top government officials at U.S. allies, sources say


After series of strikes attributed to Tehran go unanswered, PM warns 'threats are popping up' all over Middle East, says Israel 'won't turn the other cheek'

Netanyahu: Iran emboldened by lack of response to its attacks


Majority of units to be constructed deep in West Bank; projects approved for Jordan Valley outpost legalized by cabinet and town hit by terror attack

Israel advances 2,342 settler homes, capping off record year under Trump


Earlier Thursday, Yisrael Beiteinu leader Avigdor Lieberman went after the Joint List, calling the alliance a 'fifth column' in a radio interview

Rare moment in Israeli politics as Gantz meets Arab party leaders for coalition talks