Bayit Yehudi will bear full responsibility for settlements. Herzog insists he will remain in the Opposition.
"High noon" is 8 p.m. Wednesday. New elections, anyone?
Kachlon is sounding suspiciously like Yair Lapid, the last government's supposed champion of "social justice."
The left-wing party's problem is that the ministry spent more money to promote Judaism than democracy.
Bayit Yehudi settles for three Cabinet posts. Shas to head Religious Affairs with Bayit Yehudi as Deputy.
In Jerusalem, the bells from 18 churches in the Old City of Jerusalem rang 100 times on Thursday evening, April 23, to remember the Armenian Genocide.
Bennett drew his red line on Twitter, but don’t worry. There is a Jewish solution.
Marzel not sorry Yachad party's loss cost Bayit Yehudi seats in Knesset. Bennett accuses Netanyahu of thinking he is a sucker.
The Knesset opening session was buzzing with new faces, as 39 new Members of Knesset joined their veteran colleagues in the swearing in ceremony.
The clowns are back in town while ringmaster Netanyahu tries to tame the beasts.
Israel’s Government Building Becomes ‘Greenest Parliament’ in the World
Who is Horowitz? He’s Netanyahu’s eyes and ears. He’s very close to him, literally his personal representative everywhere...
PA Chairman Abbas congratulated the Arab party on its success in the March 17 Israeli elections.
Kulanu head Kahlon became 'kingmaker' in Israel, casting the deciding vote for PM Netanyahu to form the next government.
Bennett is likely to be the next Foreign Minister, and the fight is now over the Ministry of Religion.
Meretz chairperson Zehava Gal-On decides to remain as chairperson after her party reached 5 mandates.
Candidates from the top five Israeli parties addressed Anglo voters in Jerusalem on Wednesday; the big 'hot button' was Iran and the PM's speech to Congress next week.
Should Israel sentence convicted terrorists to death? FM Avigdor Liberman intends to make sure the issue becomes the first bill for debate in the next Knesset.
The Supreme Court may reverse the decision. The committee has not decided on Baruch Marzel's candidacy.
Top US leaders huddle with Israeli opposition candidate Isaac Herzog on sidelines of Munich security talks. Why no 'election proximity' worries?
Israeli politicians equally outraged about Wednesday's terror attack in Tel Aviv, but all divided on a solution.
The Herzog-Livni gimmick of calling itself the "Zionist Camp" looks more absurd every day.
The latest polls put Likud back on top, but its being able to form a coalition is less clear cut.
Two major supporters of Feiglin are sticking with the Likud.
But wouldn’t doing so “raise tensions?”