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Former IDF chief Mofaz: 'Dictatorship has already begun'
Anti-overhaul protesters call to turn up heat as over 300,000 estimated at rallies
Organizers claim half a million attend weekly protests, plan ‘day of escalating resistance’ on Thursday; coalition scheduled to drive contentious bills through Knesset committee
Former AG Mandelblit bashes overhaul: ‘Collision is preferable to a bad compromise’
Netanyahu swipes at AG: In a democracy, government is responsible for police, army
In comments apparently aimed at Attorney General Gali Baharav-Miara, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday warned against interference in running the nation's security bodies. "In a functioning democracy, the elected government is responsible for the army, the police, and the other security agencies. That's how it must be,...
Smotrich lands in DC, where hundreds plan to protest speech at Israel Bonds confab
Finance minister to meet with leaders in Jewish, global business communities; but US officials, liberal Jewish groups are boycotting him after ‘wipe out’ Huwara remark
Police chief admits he was wrong to oust Tel Aviv’s top cop, says he’s not resigning
After intense public criticism of Amichai Eshed’s removal at Ben Gvir’s prodding, Kobi Shabtai says he’s done ‘soul-searching’ in past 48 hours but will not walk away from task
Police question journalist outside his home over anti-Netanyahu tweet
Source close to Netanyahu accuses US of funding rallies against judicial overhaul
PM’s son shares Breitbart’s claim that State Department funded protest group; senior official says AG ‘irredeemably audacious’ for freezing transfer of Tel Aviv police chief
Likud minister slams ‘hysterical’ Herzog speech calling for overhaul to be abandoned
Daily Briefing Mar 12: How lack of trust is stymieing judicial overhaul negotiations
Former Treasury officials: Overhaul will ‘severely, irreversibly’ damage economy
Ex-staffers in Budgets Department call for immediate halt to legislative blitz; warn capital will flee and shekel devalue, leading to drop in state revenues and spending cuts
Ex-Federal Reserve head Bernanke: Israeli legal shakeup to cause ‘tremendous damage’
Live updates (closed)
Labor union chief hints at possible future strike over judicial overhaul deadlock
Histadrut leader Arnon Bar-David meets with Herzog, says he fully backs president’s compromise efforts, but warns that if deal isn’t reached, ‘we will not sit idly by’
Israel pulls off 3-1 win over Nicaragua in its first game at World Baseball Classic
Israel denies report UAE plans suspend some defense deals due to government actions
IDF chief apologizes for saying 'secure dictatorship better than unprotected anarchy'
Smotrich’s US visit is a defining moment for Israel supporters
The minister’s views threaten the foundations of modern Israel – he should not be given a platform in Washington
What would the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps commander say?
Who needs to destroy the Zionists when they’re doing the job themselves? An imagined memo from Gen. Hossein Salami
Security forces’ immunity bill paused after AG warns of potential prosecution abroad
A sweeping proposal to grant Israeli security forces immunity from prosecution for their actions during operations was paused Sunday, after the attorney general warned that the bill would expose troops to foreign prosecution and pose grave dangers for the relationship between the Israeli public and law enforcement. The...
DC think tank lists Israel as only free Mideast nation, but warns of legal shakeup
Tel Aviv shares drop as SVB failure triggers cash-flow concern for Israeli startups
LeumiTech says it helped Israeli startups transfer $1 billion out of SVB accounts; government pledges to help tech firms
After US tech bank’s collapse, Netanyahu pledges to help Israeli firms ‘if needed’
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Government priorities pivoted in the 1970s. Israelis today are paying the price
Traffic jams and packed hospitals are just two results of decades of placing sectoral interests above national ones
IDF troops come under fire in West Bank, shoot and kill 3 gunmen
Another Palestinian assailant turns himself in and is taken for questioning following incident near Jit, west of Nablus
IAF fighter jets, refuelers hold air drill with US forces, thought to focus on Iran
Syria accuses Israel of rare daytime strike, says 3 soldiers wounded
Iran reports highest oil exports yet since US applied sanctions over nuclear deal
Barrier-busting women-only album of Hasidic tunes gives new voice to aging nigunim
‘Kapelya’ marks the debut album for Chana Raskin, whose Chabad upbringing led her into exploring sacred music with other women, breaking into a club once reserved solely for men
Reestablishment of Saudi-Iran ties adds twist to Israel’s Arab outreach
One analyst calls China-brokered deal ‘a clear diplomatic victory for Iran’ and ‘a blow’ to Netanyahu, but others argue it may not be such terrible news for Jerusalem
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Israel begins drill simulating receipt of international earthquake aid
New York urges residents to get vaccinated against polio before travel to Israel
Iran says more than 100 arrested over poisonings that hurt thousands of schoolgirls
Pence: Trump ‘endangered my family’ on January 6, history will hold him accountable
US authorities arrest Israeli accused of defrauding $47 million from Orthodox Jews
3 arrested in Rahat, including mayor’s sons, for illegal possession of firearms
Man killed, several hurt in Tel Aviv apartment fire
Elderly woman killed in multi-car collision in central Israel
Prof. Aryeh Levin, linguist and father of justice minister, dies at 85
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