Warm wishes by Israeli and Palestinian leaders accompanied by expectations of the U.S. president-elect, including calls to move the American embassy to Jerusalem.
A member of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's cabinet reacts to the controversy generated by top Israeli journalist's expose about the prime minister's inner sanctum.
Interior Ministry refused to register partner as the father, and is demanding further proof of sex reassignment.
In weekly meeting with party members, Netanyahu said 'ties with U.S. to stay strong no matter who wins.'
Arye Dery's outburst on the battle for non-Orthodox prayer space at the Western Wall is joined by lawmaker Yisrael Eichler, who compares Reform worship at the holy site to 'Shi'ites going to Mecca or the Protestants to the Vatican.'
Yesh Atid will support the so-called 'V15 bill' which seeks to restrict NGOs' abilities to manage political campaigns during election season or carry out extensive ferrying of voters to polling stations.
Netanyahu may be waiting for High Court ruling regarding the evacuation of Amona; bill will attempt to bypass the opposition from attorney general.
The three top executives Israel's new public broadcaster are 'clearly left-wing people who want to implement their agenda with public funding.'
Likud lawmaker says won't attend rally in memory of slain PM because of 'attempts to portray it as if politicians killed him'; Meretz leader says barred from speaking at event due to concerns it will be perceived as 'leftist.'
The legislation distinguishes between ownership of land and the right to use land, and would enable the government to have the right to use private Palestinian land without taking ownership of it.