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?
“I think things were going very well under Senator Skelos, so I don’t think Senator Flanagan’s ascension to the leadership was a referendum on Senator Skelos,” Felder told The Jewish Press after the vote.
A government of Israel's size needs more ministers who can focus on their specific jobs.
Haaretz is upset because the coalition guidelines don't list the delusional two-state solution as the only path to peace.
The vote was a victory for Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid, an outspoken opponent of giving Obama fast-track authority.
Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel says a nuclear deal with Iran doesn't look likely.
Saudi and other Gulf leaders plan to confront US Pres. Obama on Iran at this week's summit.
His "listening tour" will include a meeting with Prime Minister Netanyahu.
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.
Lapid won headlines for his grandstanding and now suffers an embarrassing loss.
Shaked is known as an outspoken and intelligent advocate for Zionism and democracy.
Tzipi Hotovely (Likud) has a goal.
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.