Excavations at Kiryat Yearim may show the handiwork of King Jeroboam and suggest that the Ark was a symbol of unity between rival kingdoms

Israeli excavation reveals new findings about the Ark of the Covenant


Singer/songwriter, 68, had half-century-long career; one of biggest hits was song about losing bid to represent Israel at Eurovision

Yigal Bashan, beloved Israeli musician, found dead at home


Hassan Abu Riash was born blind and lives in Jaffa with his wife and two disabled daughters ■ Calls from Haaretz seem to finally light a fire under bureaucrats

Blind Israeli-Arab man with disabled girls waits years for his due – public housing


Tzipi Hotovely made the remarks in the Foreign Ministry's yearly ambassadors' conference, adding that it's important to continue waging the campaign to get more foreign embassies to move to Jerusalem

Israel’s deputy foreign minister: I hope Brazilian embassy will move to Jerusalem in January


Some in Italy's Jewish community say it's alarming that Netanyahu will 'provide Matteo Salvini with a pro-Israel license' ■ Israeli left-wing activists call for a protest to disrupt his visit to Yad Vashem

Criticism mounts ahead of Italian far-right leader Salvini’s visit to Israel


Operation may take longer to complete than originally thought ■ On the Lebanese side, Hezbollah's silence is deafening ■ Local incidents have the potential of sparking broader conflict

Israel seeks to leverage op against Hezbollah tunnels to complete Lebanon border wall


The West Bank's Qasr al-Yahud is open to the public after a team of Israeli, Palestinian and Georgian deminers free the site where Jesus is said to have been baptized

IN PHOTOS: Landmines cleared from Jesus’ baptism site, ending 50-year shutdown


Here are some must-know facts about Rome's anti-immigrant deputy PM, the latest populist leader to be hosted by Israel

Communist, separatist, nationalist: What you need to know about Italian strongman Matteo Salvini


Diaspora Affairs Minister Bennett says the problem with the Diaspora is growing assimilation and 'indifference' to Jewishness and to Israel

‘Moral obligation’: Israel wants to lure French Jews on aliyah


A coalition of 50 feminist and women's organizations joined forces to bring thousands of Israeli women - Jews and Arabs alike - into the streets to protest government inaction

LISTEN: Israeli women unite to battle violence – and a government that doesn’t care