Voters apparently like the Likud’s more centrist list of candidates. Lieberman hurt by bribe scandal. Shas survives.
With Feiglin and Hotovely out of the Knesset, Netanyahu feels safer, but his price might be a bigger Jewish Home party in the next Knesset.
99% of the votes have been counted, and this is the new Likud list...
Following a partial count, these are the winners in the Likud Primaries
It's an ill wind that blows nobody any good. Feiglin’s loss is the Jewish Home party’s gain.
Israeli leaders slam the Palestinian Authority's status as a new member of the Intl Criminal Court at The Hague.
Israel told the Palestinian Arabs to cease their folly of trying to achieve a state through UN resolutions.
Deri quit the Knesset.
NY Congressman resigns after pleading guilty to tax evasion.
The scandals have affected the parties in the polls.
Brandeis president condemns those who expressed no sympathy for slain NYPD officers, ignores campus bullies who attacked student journalist.
Shas's Council of Sages have given their response to Aryeh Deri's letter of resignation...
The video was a political nuke, and Deri is betting the farm.
No one knows who leaked the video of Rav Ovadia, but it's a bombshell, and there might be more on the way.
Free speech for haters but not for those who quote the haters, according to Brandeis students.
North Korea and Obama are engaged in escalating threats and both are sniping at Sony.
Gov. Mike Pence celebrated Christmas in Israel and staked his credentials for a possible run at the presidency.
The Flemish Minister for Animal Welfare Ben Weyts has reversed his call for a ban on Jewish ritual slaughter in Belgium.
Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu competed with others Tuesday in the fifth International Bible Quiz in Jerusalem.
The plot thickens as North Korea's Internet apparently goes offline, and Anonymous hackers enter the Sony cyber saga.