MKs meet in a bid to impede the president's ability to pardon security prisoners convicted of murder.
Prime minister says the country's primary objective remains returning abducted teens home.
Justice Minister Tzipi Livni abstains from vote on allowing public transportation, even though she recognizes need for some transport.
Such legislation would also end estranged spouses’ rush to the court of their choosing.
MK Yoni Chetboun says the proposed Habayit Hayehudi charter, which gives chairman Naftali Bennett new powers, violates religious Zionist values.
MK Amram Mitzna responds to party leader Naftali Bennett calling Mahmoud Abbas a 'mega-terrorist'; Bennett ally tells Mitzna he is welcome to join opposition.
Deal reached with Palestinians to call off administrative detainees' hunger strike is 'a grave mistake,' families say.
Netanyahu decides that Ministerial Committee for Legislation's deliberations will remain secret.
The legislation would do away with the century-old tradition of two chief rabbis - one Ashkenazi and one Sephardi.
Deputy Attorney General Raz Nizri told a Knesset committee a law allowing hunger-striking prisoners to be force-fed has 'appropriate checks and balances.'