- Amid violence, Israel promotes Arab police officer Updated: Apr-13-16 3:02 pm
TEL AVIV, Israel - Israel promoted an Arab police officer to deputy commissioner on Wednesday, making him the highest-ranking Muslim ever to serve in the force at a time when authorities are battling a wave of attacks by Palestinians that has frayed relations between Jews and Arabs.
- Handwriting study finds clues on when biblical texts written Updated: Apr-12-16 8:15 am
JERUSALEM - Israeli mathematicians and archaeologists say they have found evidence to suggest that key biblical texts may have been composed earlier than what some scholars think.
- As attacks subside, Jerusalem tries to return to normal Updated: Apr-12-16 2:17 am
JERUSALEM - One of Jerusalem's most popular Palestinian hummus joints, Lina, used to serve about 100 Israeli diners a day - the majority of its clientele. But after the outbreak of Israeli-Palestinian violence last fall, the place saw business drop to about three or four Israeli diners a day, and even many Palestinians abandoned the landmark Old City establishment.
- Holocaust survivor sues Israeli airline over gender bias Updated: Apr-07-16 3:33 am
JERUSALEM - An 82-year-old Holocaust survivor is suing Israel's national airline over what she says is a seating policy that discriminates against women.