Reshet Bet has released their latest election poll...
Liberman and Kachlon may merge right after elections - and the larger party will recommend Liberman for Prime Minister to the President.
25-year-old man threatened former Shas party head with violence.
Feiglin decided he and the Likud party are better off if he fights on only one front, not two or three.
I'm sorry, but Naftali Bennett decided to dress up as an aging Tel Aviv Hipster and... apologize...
Shas takes a hit in the latest poll, and the coalition possibilities shift a bit with the changing numbers.
And that puts pressure on Aryeh Deri...
Feiglin stars in a new music video...
Yishai was whisked to a safe room by Knesset bodyguards after Deri's supporters tried to attack him.
“Leftists don’t care about Arabs, settlers are the true Jews. Leftists warned me I will be the first in the gas chambers."
The latest Knesset poll has Labor down a bit, and Likud moving up again.
Meretz wants to make sure that Eli Yishai will not be in the next Knesset.
It appears that former Shas MK Eli Yishai is taking that next big step.
The only coalition combination that seem reasonable from this poll is...
It's almost official: Moshe Kachlon will probably be calling his party...
The two couldn't decide which of them is going to be the Prime Minister.
Rabbi Rontzki began his IDF career as a special forces commando and 41 years later ended it as Chief Rabbi and Brigadier General.
Both Herzog and Livni repeatedly claim they are qualified to become Israel's next Prime Minister.
The Likud checked to see if anyone other than Bibi could bring them to victory.
Bayit Yehudi party chairman Naftali Bennett says he and PM Netanyahu agreed to a truce during Israei's upcoming campaign.
One of the side effects of going to early elections is that all budgets are frozen at 2014 levels of spending.
Party faction leaders were actually able to sit together in a room and agree on something.
US Secy of State John Kerry offers no direct comment but hopes new Israeli government "can negotiate."
The first poll released since the announcement of new elections.
Netanyahu laid the blame for new elections squarely on Lapid and Livni and the fact that the Likud did not have enough mandates to govern unhindered.