Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demands an inquiry into ties between his challenger, Ehud Barak, and the U

Former Israeli Leader’s Ties to Epstein Churn Israeli Election Campaign


Many called for the dismissal of the new minister, Rafael Peretz, after he endorsed a discredited practice intended to change sexual orientation

Israeli Education Minister Advocates Debunked Gay Conversion Therapy


The fatal shooting of a black teenager by Israeli police has set off angry protests in a community that has faced a long history of discrimination

After a Police Shooting, Ethiopian Israelis Seek a ‘Black Lives Matter’ Reckoning


Birthright Israel, which takes young Jews to Israel, has been criticized for ignoring the Palestinians

Touring the Israeli Occupation: Young U.S. Jews Get an Unflinching View


After years of relying on imports, the country has discovered huge gas reserves offshore

Israel’s Energy Dilemma: More Natural Gas Than It Can Use or Export


Genetic analysis of remains from ruins in Israel hints at the origins of the Levantine people described in the Hebrew Bible

DNA Begins to Unlock Secrets of the Ancient Philistines


The killing of an 18-year-old black man set off demonstrations that have paralyzed main roads and turned violent

Ethiopian-Israelis Protest for 3rd Day After Fatal Police Shooting


The head of Israel’s spy agency nonetheless said he saw a “rare opportunity” to make progress toward peace in the region

Mossad Chief Bluntly Blames Iran for Tanker Attacks


A series of overnight attacks by warplanes hit Syrian and Iranian-affiliated targets amid escalating tensions between Washington and Tehran in the region

Israel Is Blamed for Deadly Missile Strikes in Syria


The ambassador to Israel, David M

U.S. Envoy Swings Sledgehammer in East Jerusalem, and a Metaphor Is Born