Army confirms it won’t return Basel al-A’araj’s remains to his family, but declines to say if it ever agreed to

Israel delays returning body of Palestinian killed in shootout with IDF


Palestinian journalist Mohammad Al-Qiq agreed to end his month-long hunger strike starting Friday, following an agreement with Israel over his early release later this month

Palestinian journalist held by Israel to end hunger strike after deal


Defense Ministry offers job help to Bedouin soldiers, after reservists say they won’t report for duty over discrimination

Israel offers nearly free college to Bedouin vets, in bid to calm tensions


Israel’s first women seeking to become tank-crew members started the process this week as Israel strives to join countries like Norway, Canada and Australia on the short list of states with women in tanks

Israel's first would-be female tank troops start their arduous training


The prevailing narrative about when President Donald Trump launches his most reckless tirades involves the absence of the two people viewed as the great moderating influences in his life: his daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner

Shabbat’s not the reason Trump tweets on Saturdays


Ruderal plants flourish in what are called “disturbed environments”: abandoned fields, neglected gardens, mounds of garbage, roadsides

For Israelis, every calamity is an opportunity


Pride in Blue and White launches campaign to raise funds for army prep courses, mentoring programs for female, LGBT youth

Ex-IDF officers fight to keep Israel’s military friendly to women, gays


Gaza City - From inside the Asayal Studio in Gaza City, five young musicians have made it their mission to convey an optimistic message about life in the besieged Palestinian territory

Palestinian rock band dreams of a brighter future