Yesh Atid along with Kulanu are key to forming the next coalition.
Another candidate and party that wants to give away Eretz Yisrael...
He opposes socialism and capitalism, believes Judaism should guide those decisions, but welcomes anyone who does not want to kill Jews.
The Labor Court will decide today whether to allow the strike.
As the infamous quote says, "We established what you are, now we're just haggling over the price."
The difference is significant enough in this poll, that the Left can finally form a coalition.
Herzog says he and only he can unite the world to stand by Israel against Palestinian Authority terror.
Anti-Zionist Haneen Zoabi may support the "Zionist Union" to lead the government while her cousin Mohammed backs Netanyahu.
Unless Bayit Yehudi builds up seats, a National Unity government is looking like a strong possibility.
Another ex-military chief openly joins the ranks of the left - another tired cliché.
A large turnout of Bedouin and Arab voters may make the United Arab List the third largest Knesset party.
Israel’s Channel 2 television network thought Herzog’s remarks constituted elections propaganda.
Eli Yishai is starting to surge upward.
The anti-Bibi barrage last week cost him a grand total of two seats, which went to other parties but not to Bujie and Tzipi.
The report, ordered but never implemented by PM Netanyahu, determined that Israeli settlements are legal according to international law.
Herzog, Livni and their media backers have thrown everything at Netanyahu. Voters are not impressed.
The Left-Right division remains almost the same, but a National Unity government is also feasible.
"I Respect the President Barak Obama." That's what he said. We don’t know what meant.
The so-called "Zionist Camp" was accused of having "blood on its hands."
Photos from The Anglo Vote
LIVE - Wednesday, Feb 25, 2015 - Political candidates from the parties battle it out - in English - for your vote.
The evening begins with a dairy reception at 6:30 PM, and the conversations and debate begin at 7:30 PM.
Everyone goes off the deep end and accuses the other of everything under the sun.
If the "Boycott Yesha" movement is true to its ideology, its cheerleaders won’t vote March 17.
The office of the State Comptroller and Ombudsman stated Sunday that it will release the report on the housing crisis before the elections and...