Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is welcoming next week's Mideast peace conference, even though government officials are not invited.
Israel's National Library has digitized a rare collection of communal ledgers from long-lost Jewish communities of Europe, offering the public a chance to study an era seen as a golden age of Jewish self-governance before the Holocaust.
The wife of Israel's prime minister has been sentenced to pay a fine of roughly $15,000 for misusing state funds.
The Israeli military says it struck several militant sites in the Gaza Strip after a Palestinian rocket hit a building in southern Israel.
Israel's Supreme Court has ruled against the Greek Orthodox Church in a long-running legal battle over the sale of three properties in predominantly Palestinian parts of Jerusalem's Old City to a Jewish settler group.
The Israeli military says it has struck a Hamas tunnel in the Gaza Strip, after militants fired a rocket into southern Israel overnight.
The Israeli military says it is taking the rare step of closing the Gaza Strip's offshore waters to Palestinian fishermen until further notice in response to incendiaries launched into Israel in recent days.
Prosecutors say that Sara Netanyahu, wife of Israel's prime minister, has agreed to a plea bargain settling allegations that she misused some $100,000 of state money on lavish meals.
The Israeli military says it has observed a drone entering Israeli airspace from Lebanon.
Israeli and Palestinian forces have engaged in a rare shootout in the West Bank.
The leader of Israel's venerable Labor party says he won't seek re-election as party chairman.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's lawyer says he will attend an October pre-indictment hearing after his request to further postpone it was rejected.
The Israeli military says naval forces boarded a cargo ship off the coast that had been set on fire.
The U.S. ambassador in Jerusalem says Israel has the right to retain parts, but not all, of the West Bank.
An Israeli investigative TV show is reporting that one of the country's richest men hired Israeli intelligence firm Black Cube to spy on a Cabinet minister.
Thousands of people are marching through the streets of Jerusalem in the city's annual gay pride parade, a festival that exposes deep divisions between Israel's secular and Jewish ultra-Orthodox camps.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has appointed a close Likud party ally as justice minister.
Nechama Rivlin, the wife of Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, has died.
A controversial Israeli plan to build a cable car to Jerusalem's historic Old City has passed a major hurdle and now only requires government approval.
Israel's parliament has voted in favor of appointing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's candidate for state comptroller, representing a minor political victory for the embattled leader.