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.
Moshe Kahlon courts Michael Oren but rejects Rami Levi. Shas and Jewish Home divorces not yet final.
It appears that former Shas MK Eli Yishai is taking that next big step.
Livni's unrepeatable gutter language shocked even the Left-wing panel members. “Is she on drugs?” asks Likud Minister Yisrael Katz.
The addition of the secular Dayan is another sign pointing to national religious Uri Ariel's joining Haredi Eli Yishai.
Deri is getting rid of Yishai, and Uri Ariel is making noise about dividing the Jewish Home Party.
Lieberman is destroying himself politically before the voters do it for him.
The only coalition combination that seem reasonable from this poll is...
A poll of Israeli-Arabs showed that 47.1% want MK Ahmed Tibi as head of a united Arab list running for Knesset.
At age 78, with health problems, he said enough is enough.
Election campaigns bring out the worst in all of the politicians, and Shas is a shining example.
The High Court rejected Israeli Arab MK Zoabi's appeal to revoke a 6-month ban barring her from Knesset activity.
Katz is the master wheeler-dealer in the Likud and hopefully won’t destroy the economy before the elections.
The Supreme Court indicates it won’t accept her twisted definition of free speech.
After 22 years in politics, Likud Minister Limor Livnat announced her retirement.