Netanyahu is worried that forcing settlers out of Amona would harm his chances in next election, says party source.
Some of the suspected crimes are serious, including cases of corruption.
Minister Hanegbi to examine possibility of publishing archived material on affair, to 'lift the secrecy that has accompanied the issue.'
MK Nissan Slomiansky breaks with Habayit Hayehudi, rejects demand for NGOs to identify donors in court petitions, and for staff to wear name tags; opposition MKs slam anti-leftist slant of bill.
Yuli Edelstein's bureau explains that only a Monday - the busiest day in the plenum - was available at the outdoor location the couple wanted.
After Lieberman and U.S. defense chief Carter discuss proposed deal, senior Israeli official says agreement must be reached soon so the Israeli military may cover its multiyear plan.
Lapid told ethics committee that he regards representing Israel in international forums and fighting BDS to be 'of prime importance.'
PM also calls for the assaults against the Kfir batallion company commander to come to a halt; Herzog: 'how surprising it is that the PM has not yet phoned up Maj. Naaman's parents.'
Responding to criticism of funds for settlements, Kahlon says the treasury is 'color-blind' and will continue allocating resources irrespective of 'religion, race, gender and nationality.'
Government bill would exempt those aged 80 and up from waiting to be served in public places.