On Oct. 17, seven Israeli English news websites led with seven different stories.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu disbanded a meeting of his security cabinet after information from the previous cabinet meeting was leaked to the press.
Former captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit has been named the sports columnist for the Israeli daily Yediot Achronot.
A Chanukah menorah made of 25,000 dominoes was constructed at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.
Israeli officials reportedly are concerned over the resignation of the head of the Turkish armed forces and three other senior officers.
The difference in tone between US President Barack Obama's two policy speeches on Mideast peace sparked outrage among Palestinian leaders Monday.
Discussions on new construction in eastern Jerusalem have been postponed reportedly due to pressure from the Prime Minister's Office. The Jerusalem District Planning and Building Committee tabled its talks scheduled for this week on projects to build nearly 1,000 apartments in Har Homa and 600 in Pisgat Ze'ev until May 5, Haaretz reported.
A Jerusalem municipality committee approved construction plans for Jewish housing in Ramot, a neighborhood in eastern Jerusalem. The construction approved Monday by the planning and construction committee includes final approval for 120 apartments in two buildings. The Ramot apartments are part of a plan approved in 2004 for 180 housing units, Ynet reported.