Times of Israel
News from Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World
Updated: 24 min 5 sec ago
Free historical sites nationwide, open to the public at all hours, feature Roman-era marble artifacts, ancient sarcophagi, farming implements, Crusader ruins and more
Some medical officials decry decision to go through with vote which will test center-left government, due to concerns over pandemic
Senior health official slams demonstrators who held minor protest at Tel Aviv beach, says this is 'exactly what is harming the nation at the moment'
Some of those tracking conspiracy theory note the 'kind of implicit anti-Semitic message about controlling the media, government and whatnot,' say it has elements of blood libel
Pompeo vows Trump administration will 'impose consequences' on any state violating 'snapback' sanctions to ensure Tehran 'does not reap the benefits of UN-prohibited activity'
Women's groups hail the late Supreme Court justice as 'an icon, a pioneer, a hero and a legend,' vow 'to get to work to preserve the ideals she spent her life's work defending'
NYC mayor hails the late justice as 'an unparalleled hometown hero'; governor to appoint commission in charge of planning monument
Susan Collins becomes first GOP member of the US Senate to call for decision on Supreme Court nominee to be put off until after November 3
US president tells reporters it 'would certainly be appropriate' to select a female replacement for the late justice, vows to name nominee 'very soon'
Husband of Nasrin Sotoudeh, who provided legal defense to women arrested for opposing hijab laws, says she is 'severely weakened' after forgoing food for over 40 days
Riot police bundle hundreds of women into vans, as opposition marchers rally in Minsk calling to end President Alexander Lukashenko's 26-year rule
With more than $50 million contributed in the hours after US Supreme Court justice's passing, the party's base appears to be rallying for the fight ahead
FBI, Secret Service and US Postal Inspection Service lead investigation; authorities say 'no known threat to public safety'
Pazit Vald, a former employee for TV provider, was released from prison last year after serving two thirds of 7-year sentence, but has not accounted for most of the stolen funds
'All In: The Fight for Democracy' explores Stacey Abrams’ run for governor in Georgia in 2018; filmmaker Liz Garbus is the daughter of famed civil rights lawyer Martin Garbus
Financial troubles, exacerbated by pandemic, have caused many papers to shutter or switch to digital-only in recent years
JustKibbitz combines 21st century technology and Jewish moms' tried-and-true yenta instincts to match offspring for a little light conversation, or prepaid first dates
Mitzpe Ramon resident under arrest after alleged attack on partner at their home while she was on a video call with her parents; neighbors run to house after hearing screams
One message at former concentration camp warns Jewish Ukrainian leaders, including country's president, that 'the sale of Ukrainian land will quickly lead you to the Holocaust'
Destinations are largely limited to Greece and Bulgaria and involve testing and other measures; nevertheless, Israelis are flocking to vacation abroad to escape shutdown