Israel's third election campaign in a year is moribund, and a unity government remains the only way out of the political deadlock.
Residents of Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria receive free shipping on purchases over $49 but West Bank Palestinians do not, the Financial Times reports.
Lieut. Gen. Aviv Kochavi announced the Tnufa plan, even though there is no government to approve it and budget discussions with the Ministry of Finance have not yet begun.
The blacklist contains 321 companies of which 112 have direct relations with Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria.
Ichilov Hospital CEO Ronni Gamzu is furious about Benny Gantz's populist comments and says that education and transport have bigger problems than the health services.
David Friedman has warned unilateral annexation of Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria would jeopardize President Trump's peace plan.
Despite the dramatic events of the past couple of weeks, including the unveiling of the US peace plan and a freed captive, there has been no shift on the political front in Israel.
US Assistant Secretary of Near Eastern Affairs David Schenker slams Israel's laxity over China, but still calls Israeli-US relations "amazing".
"Globes" discusses some of the economic and political implications for Judea and Samaria of the proposed peace agreement.
Former US National Security Adviser H. R. McMaster tells "Globes" that Israel is unwittingly helping Iran by making no demands on Russia.
The coldness between Benjamin Netanyahu and Reuven Rivlin was evident, but it was the prime minister who laid the groundwork for the gathering of world leaders.