Financing in question as three politicians use loophole allowing them to fund campaigns from their own pockets before officially announcing candidacy
Moshe Kahlon said prior to Passover that he'd up the allowance, after learning Netanyahu was about to announce the increase to a group of disabled people
After criticism of previous proposal, backers of new draft legislation say it provides for women's rights and offers protection for disabled
Court criticizes of plea deal for being to lenient, but ultimately agrees to accept it. Basel Ghattas was convicted of smuggling cellphones to Palestinian prisoners
Opposition chairman Isaac Herzog calls Netanyahu's compromise on the new public broadcasting corporation a 'disgrace.'
While some helpful 'cosmetic' initiatives were adopted by lawmakers, they failed to engage with any of the most critical questions of religious plurality, says Jewish Pluralism Watch.
During his 30-month hiatus from politics, Gideon Sa'ar didn't fade away or evaporate, but even grew stronger, say the polls.
The Noa Tanua cooperative aims to fund a second bus line, in addition to the line it has operated in central parts of the city.
Why was a seemingly innocuous parliamentary meeting in December 1960 held behind closed doors? A look at the classified minutes reveals a few surprises.
Likud lawmaker plans to push discussion on proposal while much of the Knesset is abroad during a recess.