Hezbollah lit up Israel's northern border with a bomb attack that wounded two soldiers, reminding Israelis just before the Succot holiday that the threat from the North is alive and well. Analyst Yossi Melman explains the thinking behind the attack.
The Bank of Israel had harsh words for Finance Minister Yair Lapid's 2015 budget proposal, which the government approved late Tuesday night. Globes correspondent Amiram Barkat explains why the budget matters, and how it addresses tough choices between keeping Israel secure and building itself up as a start-up nation.
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