Netanyahu is angry and he plans to get even, but whose fault is it really?
Kara said that this coalition must include a Druze minister to let everyone know the Druze are an integral part of the country.
With just 2 hours to spare, Bibi and Bennett worked it all out.
A-G Weinstein's rejected a bill which proposed to limit the powers of Israel's High Court of Justice,
Bennett has reportedly responded that he will only accept the complete Ministry of Justice.
A Likud source said the new proposal made to Bennett was "rich and fair." It's about time.
The deadline is tonight, and if Bibi hadn't abused Bayit Yehudi, he wouldn't be in this situation right now.
If the report is accurate, and Bennett has no additional demands, Netanyahu's coalition may now be under way.
The Senate hopes to vote on a nuclear review bill by Thursday, as talks resume next week on a deal between Tehran and world powers.
With just a day to go, Bennett finally gives serious push-back to Netanyahu's threats and inadequate proposals.
Netanyahu is short-changing Bayit Yehudi. But is Bayit Yehudi tough enough to take advantage of Liberman's sudden exit?
Shas got a good deal. What Bayit Yehudi does with their offer remains to be seen.
Avigdor Liberman, unhappy with the coalition talks dropped a political bombshell today.
Carson's never having held a political office is a disadvantage - and a big advantage for those fed up with professional politicians.
Hundreds of Israeli Ethiopians continued protests in Tel Aviv on Sunday, blocking traffic on the Ayalon Highway and elsewhere in the city.
AIPAC opposes amendments to the Iran Nuclear Agreement Act, to ensure bipartisan support and passage of the bill.
US warships are now escorting US-flagged commercial vessels as they sail through the Persian Gulf.
Likud and Kulanu shook hands on a deal to raise Israeli purchase taxes on investment homes in a new coalition deal.
How many Democrats, especially the Jewish ones, would vote against the idea that Iran recognizes Israel?
Chairman Corker and Ranking Member Ben Cardin are busy keeping "poison pills at bay that could jeopardize Democratic support and the White House's reluctant pledge to sign the bill."