A ministerial committee has approved tougher criminal standards for dealing with stone throwing.
Veteran Likud minister Benny Begin has resigned from the new Netanyahu government after coalition jockeying refused to yield him a seat at the table.
Perhaps surprisingly, the Netanyahu government voted Wednesday to form a new ministerial committee on Arab affairs.
Netanyahu had promised that he would head the ministry and work with the mayor.
Erdan is set to be sworn in as the new Minister of Internal Security, Strategic Affairs and Advocacy.
Israel finally has a Foreign Minister who is not ashamed to say the word "God."
Liberman apologizes for describing Netanyahu's decision to meet with head of Arab Joint Party List as "autistic."
Former FM Avigdor Liberman slams PM Netanyahu for scheduling talks with the head of the united Arab parties.
Deputy Minsiter of Health Litzman advances MRI usage in Israel--again.
Netanyahu: Our first challenge is to ensure the security of Israel in the face of accumulating threats around us.
You can’t tell the players without a scorecard, but musical chairs might be a better analogy.
The Bayit Yehudi party may be wondering if the coalition agreements it signed are worth the paper they're written on.
Who says you can't sit in the opposition and do something positive?
Only in Israel will a Litvak MK go to a Chassideshe Rebbe to convince an "anti-Chareidi" MK to join the coalition.
Shaked: ' the judiciary, rather than the elected representatives of the people, wield the power to govern'
Like a squabbling couple Netanyahu and Liberman, are both probably realizing life apart is much worse than life together.
Do you doubt the full-throated democracy of Israel? Witness the swearing in (and swearing at) the Israeli cabinet?
The following is the list of Likud ministerial positions...
Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein told PM Netanyahu that he would find it difficult to defend the ministerial appointments of Aryeh Deri and Yoav Galant.
Two Likud MKs are sick, and might miss tonight's swearing in ceremony.
Several holes remain on the road to a new government, which is supposed to take office at 7 p.m. Thursday.
During a Knesset voice vote, an MK yelled out "in favor" in place of the missing MK Xenia Svetlova. Is this 2003 all over again?
Haaretz is upset because the coalition guidelines don't list the delusional two-state solution as the only path to peace.
Herzog's idea sounds stupid, but if it is taken seriously, it might be a great brainstorm.
120 Knesset voted today on whether or not to allow the coalition to expand beyond its 18 minister limit.