There’s the prospect of a scenario involving an Iranian-led group such as the Shi’ite militias in southern Syria, or perhaps an operation by Hezbollah or others in southern Lebanon

Iran might provoke Israel to escalate its conflict with Washington


Times of Israel readers can enjoy special discounts on tickets for productions by Anat Gov and S

God stars in new English-language performances at Jerusalem’s Khan Theater


Hebrew University, Israel's best university slips 8 places to 162 out of 1,000 institutions ranked by the QS World University Rankings; Technion slips 10 places to 257 globally

Hebrew U, Technion slip in global rankings; Tel Aviv University climbs 11 places


Tabit’s mobile-based system handles everything from reservations to menus and delivery

Tablet du jour: How an Israeli startup is putting tech on restaurants’ menus


Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke on Sunday invoked the Holocaust while criticizing President Donald Trump's immigration policies during a campaign stop in South Carolina

O’Rourke Invokes Holocaust while Criticizing Trump’s Immigration Policies


The government pays 4% when it refunds overpayments, making it a popular way for companies to invest their cash

The best investment in Israel today? Paying taxes


Israeli drivers have killed 43 people on foot since start of 2019, with 80% of those hit on marked crossings, over half of fatalities children or seniors

Report finds crosswalks dangerous to pedestrians, especially elderly and kids


‘Our students are being tested not only in geography but in Hebrew reading comprehension,’ says court petition

Israeli Education Ministry forced to translate matriculation exam into Arabic


The conference in Manama is ostensibly intended to advance peace between Israelis and Palestinians — but neither will be there

A who’s who of next week’s peace summit in Bahrain