The National Jewish Democratic Council dumped its staff and outsourced its activities to a p.r. firm.
Lapid' Yesh Atid party made cutting down Haredi dependence on the dole a priority in its election campaign.
This is the stuff that makes the between-elections period in Israel so exciting. Stay tuned.
Police arrested six demonstrators and attacked Makor Rishon reporter Miri Tzahi. She was taken to hospital with a bloody face.
Benny Begin was promised a future government ministry after he was forced to resign so MK Gilad Erdan (Likud) could join the government.
The minister's bodyguard related two occasions when he noticed Shalom involved in misconduct, once with a ministry employee.
As Military Judge Advocate Mandelblit said his collaboration with B’Tselem had been most prominent.
School officials in Virginia decided to keep all 10,000 Augusta County students home this past week, following an Islamic school assignment that enraged parents.
Argentina's new Justice Minister will not appeal a court decision to annul an agreement shielding Iran from responsibility for the AMIA atrocity.
Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon took the opportunity to announce that members of the organization will no longer be permitted to meet with IDF soldiers.
Asked about the atmosphere in Albany, one former lawmaker would only speak on the condition of anonymity.
Herzog asked ”Why is it under your watch that the poor are getting poorer?"
"It is evident that the administration, having snookered Senate Democrats with a promise of enforcement and sanctions for non-nuclear misbehavior, is in full appeasement mode."
The State Dept. also recommends that US citizens maintain "a high state of situational awareness, be aware of their surroundings at all times, avoid any unattended items or packages."
More than 3,000 Sudanese still live in Jordan, most of them in a tent city in Aman.
As soon as the Russian Su-24 fighter was downed, Russia implemented non-reciprocal trade ties and customs practices.
Trump said he didn’t do it for the polls, so he doesn’t care what the polls say.
Rabbi David Lau’s cousin, the Jerusalem Ramban Synagogue’s spiritual leader Rabbi Benny Lau criticized the Chief Rabbi’s attack on Bennett.
They've learned from their loss: for one thing they changed their odd name, which sounded like a car model, with the new, more traditional name.
Candle Lighting, Take Two:
Netanyahu is ready to expand the government with Lapid's Yesh Atid Party, but the rabbis nixed the idea. "Lapid is a red line."
These elections may spell a bitter end to the rule of the once-powerful Socialist Party, which currently controls all but one of France's regions, but which came in third place in the first round.
The two Conference leaders added they “now understand the recent demand of the Mayor of Nazareth, Ali Salem, that Odeh leave his city because his presence promotes divisiveness.”
Arikat pleads the Palestinian Arab cause, day in and day out, to the State Dept and the international media.
Trump did not take all that bad press sitting down, and, in fact, decided to double down.