Bribery, fraud, breach of trust: Indictments against top Israeli politicians point to a culture where the government is up for sale
Netanyahu's prosecutors wouldn't sign a deal with someone in as bad a legal shape as Ari Harow unless they knew he could deliver damning evidence. An indictment is all but in the bag
Netanyahu will sweat if Ari Harow, his ex-chief of staff, turns state witness ■ Police chief tells closed forum: 'There's been significant developments'
Netanyahu filed false conflict of interest declarations with the State Comptroller regarding his connections to Arnon Milchan and Shaul Elovitch; PM: 'Another attempt to create a storm out of nothing'
More evidence of Netanyahu's intentions to act on alleged alliance with Yedioth Ahronoth publisher Arnon Mozes allegedly emerges ■ Sheldon Adelson gives police testimony 'of high significance'
New details show legal officials slow to move against prime minister | Netanyahu expected to be questioned again on new information | Precedent might bode ill for Netanyahu
Police quiz 14 suspects in connection to the probe earlier in the day; Dery was convicted of bribery and fraud in 2000 and served 22 months in prison
Interior Minister Arye Dery and wife Yaffa to be questioned by police in coming days. Minister was convicted of bribery and fraud in 2000 and served 22 months in prison
Shai Nitzan has gone easy on a retired judge, a Prime Minister's Office employee and Netanyahu himself; how long will this continue?
Spencer Partrich, a businessman described as Netanyahu's air taxi in the United States, testified about his relations with the prime minister in recent years