Netanyahu's talks with Arnon Mozes are at the center of the police inquiry into their alleged collusion to weaken distribution of Israel Hayom. In return, Mozes's Yedioth Ahronoth would slant its political coverage in favor of Netanyahu.
Israel has been taken hostage by a leader who looks, sounds and behaves like he's lost his mind; can opposition leader Isaac Herzog cobble together an alternative coalition?
Despite differences, both sides seem to make maximum effort to convey a positive atmosphere, with Israel promising to make 'concrete, near-term measures to improve the overall climate' for peace talks.
The prime minister is afraid of Geula Even − the wife of Gideon Sa’ar, who could one day challenge him to lead the Likud party. Bibi just can’t believe a journalist can be neutral.
The idea being discussed in the prime minister's circle regarding the broadcasting corporation is no less crazy than Netanyahu's 2014 efforts to recruit Elie Wiesel as Israel's president. Like that attempt, the current one is also doomed to fail.
Against the backdrop of Netanyahu's threat to hold elections if Kahlon insists a new public broadcaster go on air, the finance minister says he's ready for any scenario.
Audacity of right-wing attack on freedoms indicates Obama may have been Israeli civil society's last line of resistance.
No compromise is possible when it comes to the public broadcaster, party official says.
Israeli delegation is in Washington to negotiate settlement construction 'slowdown' with Trump team.
After Syrian figures say Putin restricted Israel's freedom to strike in Syria, Netanyahu stresses Israel will continue to strike Hezbollah weapons convoys.