But the Israeli prime minister seems determined to hold it together. After all, a court would never convict him while he's in power
It's the fact that the former kingmakers have lost their way
Analysis Could Forcing ultra-Orthodox Jews to Enlist in the Israeli Army Lead to Netanyahu's Collapse?
Ruling is a fantasy for the left to curry favor with the public and for the right to finally enact a law to bypass the justices
The United States adopted a black-and-white approach to terror after the September 11 attacks, which boosted Israel
Analysis When David Duke Agrees With Netanyahu's Son: As Probes Intensify, the Prime Minister and His Family Lose Control
Netanyahu, the self-proclaimed leader of the Jewish people, stays silent as his son flirts with anti-Semitic ideas
While Netanyahu prepares to meet with Trump and address the UN, fraud investigators are gearing toward their own sit-down with the prime minister
Casting the media and the left as the enemies of the people, haters of Zionism and, especially, as persecutors of Bibi and Sara, is turning out to be a political gold mine for the beleaguered leader
Why the self-proclaimed leader of the Jewish world couldn't bring himself to come out against Trump's defense of the Charlottesville Nazis
Analysis Like a Mafia Movie: Ministers Swore Allegiance to Boss Netanyahu While His Wife Called Out 'Traitors'
Critics who said Netanyahu should go because of his Temple Mount flip-flop and limited settlement construction have embraced him once again after recognizing their true enemy: The left
Analysis Wild, Inciting, Inflammatory: Netanyahu's Trump-style Rally Was a Preview of Israel's Next Election
As police go after him, Netanyahu goes after left, media, reprising his old, dependable strategy for fending off trouble