Investigation into financial irregularities by the Israeli Arab party is expected to expand in coming days.
Clinton says 'strong and secure' Israel is vital to U.S., reaffirms commitment to fighting Israel boycott; Netanyahu presents 'Israel's efforts to achieve peace' in Mideast.
The journalist was about to enter court for a trial on a caricature that was deemed blasphemous by authorities.
At the UN General Assembly, the Palestinian president spoke of a disappearing dream while charging the international community with abandoning him and the Palestinians' cause.
Abbas, in his UN address, says Britain should apologize for 1917 Balfour declaration.
Two additional hunger striking administrative detainees ended their hunger strike and are expected to be released in December. The Shin Bet says it hold intelligence indicating the three are dangerous.
Fatah and Hamas blame each other for sabotaging the elections out of fear of losing.
The activists will demonstrate in the Wadi Ara area, the home of the suspect in the January 1 Tel Aviv shooting.
Over 20 Balad party officials arrested in probe of alleged funding cover-up.
Details of ongoing probe into senior Balad officials released as police search homes and offices, detaining more than 20 for questioning. Balad: Political persecution at play.