Perhaps some rabbis marry women and make them rebbetzinsbut my rebbetzin married me and made me a rabbiשלי ושלכם שלה הואmawkish, but true
haaretz has a live blog as well, and their hebrew edition is updated more often than the english one
The Yeshiva World is doing quite a good job of liveblogging too. Time-wise it seems to approximately match the Muqata (sometimes one is first, sometimes the other) but reporting slightly different things (for instance, the Muqata didn't mention it when "Magen David Adom [was] treating a number of Ashdod victims for hysteria/panic after a rocket slammed into an apartment building," which I consider news, but also didn't tell me that "The Queen Elizabeth and Costa Pacific are among the luxury liners that have canceled plans to dock in Israel due to warfare." about which I really couldn't care less. [Most are not quite that bad.] On the other hand, the Yeshiva World liveblog didn't tell me that the IDF is dropping leaflets, and the Muqata did. That sort of thing).
@avimayerA good friend who knows his stuff
The Twitter feed of @IDFspokesperson
Thanks, all of you. I agree that each supplements the others on this. But I can't read Ha'aretz; some of their articles get me too upset.
Carl is doing frequent commentary at israelmatzav. Jerusalem Post updates pretty frequently, and is much more tolerable than Haaretz.