Israel is considering a bill that would require the settlement of land claims by Bedouins in the Negev Desert, even if it forces them to move.
With its experience with cyberattacks, Israel looks to develop its own defensive capacity commercially.
As the West re-evaluates nuclear power following the Fukushima disaster, Middle Eastern countries look to build more plants.
Israel is one of the world's most attractive places for life-sciences startups, but lately the biomedical revolution there has hit a snag.
Israel calls them terrorists; Palestinians call them freedom fighters. They are the thousands of security detainees in Israeli prisons.
Israel's inventive startups need money for their bright ideas. A crowdfunding company has a new model for backing these companies.
It costs $10 billion. It may bring peace, or environmental disaster. It involves the thorniest issue in the Middle East: water.
Never mind the Arab Spring and Iran: Israel is safer than in recent years. Here are the top security threats that the country faces right now.
The center-left's success in Tuesday's vote forces Prime Minister Netanyahu to look at social issues he'd been ignoring.
In the January 22 election, Israel’s prime minister Netanyahu has a weak hand to play, but his opponents are even weaker.
The Oslo peace agreements say there should be two states, and things will get trickier once the UN votes on Palestine's de facto statehood.