Oracle reportedly to cut tens of workers at Israel R&D center

Move is part of global reorganization of US tech giant, Calcalist reports; employees come from the startup Ravello, acquired by the US firm in 2016

Former Israeli liaison to Palestinians to attend Bahrain peace summit

White House only invited 'a single-digit number' of Israeli businesspeople to conference, source says

‘Lists of Jews were stolen’: Venezuelan opposition leader tells of state-sponsored anti-Semitism

Israel is well positioned to grasp the dangers to the Western world posed by Caracas' corrupt and murderous regime, with its ties to Islamist terror groups, says Maria Machado

Majority of Israelis marry by 25, most have first child by 27

Central Bureau of Statistic data finds women marry and have children at younger age than men; marriage rates higher among religious

John Cusack Melts Down After Sharing Anti-Semitic Meme

Better Off Dead star John Cusack claimed a "bot" hacked his Twitter account Monday night, after he shared an anti-Semitic meme which elicited sharp backlash

Lawyer of Palestinian charged with raping Israeli girl raps ‘Dreyfus’-like case

Official says police have been unable to determine when the alleged crime took place and have changed their account regarding where it happened

Housing development on Ukraine Holocaust site draws outrage

June 18 (UPI) -- Jewish and advocacy groups are fighting plans for developers to build a housing property on the site of a mass grave from the Holocaust in Ukraine

Knesset in limbo

Everything you wanted to know about Israel's transitional government, but didn't know whom to ask

Israel lifts Gaza maritime blockade, allows fishing 10 nautical miles out to sea

Move comes less than a week after all fishing was banned 'until further notice' following launch of airborne firebombs

Quebec passes law banning kippahs, turbans and hijabs for public workers

'The Jewish community of Quebec is profoundly disappointed by the adoption of Bill 21,' Brenda Gewurz, chair of the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs in Quebec, said in a statement Monday

U.S. pressure behind Israeli delay in evacuating Bedouin village, defense official says

Washington wants to avoid Khan al-Ahmar evacuation until it presents its peace proposal, so as not to raise tensions with Palestinian leadership, official argues

Liberman sues activist for tweets claiming plot with Lapid for coalition failure

Yisrael Beytenu chief demands NIS 140,000 from 'Captain George,' a far-right social media activist who alleged that lawmaker met with Blue and White No

Israel seeks to erase archives of intel firm Psy-Group employed in anti-BDS campaign

Government increasingly involved in legal battle over the information held by Psy-Group, also probed in FBI investigation into the Trump campaign

Ex-IDF official Yoav Mordechai to attend US-led Bahrain peace summit

Source confirms Mordechai, a former head of COGAT, will travel to Manama for workshop, day after US says no Israeli officials to attend

Court okays demolition of 100 East Jerusalem homes under Palestinian control

Sur Baher residents fear unprecedented order to raze 16 apartment buildings in Area A could drive Israeli demolitions deeper in West Bank; scale reduced from 25 to 16 buildings

Hebrew University awards first nanotech prize to Stanford’s Prof. Cui

$10,000 annual award is given to an outstanding mid-career scientist, from Israel or abroad, for significant academic accomplishments in nanoscience and nanotechnology

After 1st election round, fate of Guatemala’s Jerusalem embassy hangs in balance

Frontrunner Sandra Torres vowed not to relocate mission back to Tel Aviv, but local Jewish leader says there is 'no guarantee'; Israeli candidate comes in sixth