Final polls show that 'anything goes' is an effective campaign strategy for Netanyahu
Yisrael Bachar was recorded saying that ‘Gantz doesn't have the guts to strike in Iran.’ The Kahol Lavan leader claims he was ambushed
Gantz makes new moves to woo left-wing voters as recent public opinion polls show that Netanyahu has widened the lead over his Kahol Lavan party
'We'll have 61 seats without Netanyahu, Dery or Litzman,' kingmaker in previous elections says of chance to build a coalition after the March 2 vote
Netanyahu is a 'natural partner' in maintaining religious status quo in Israel, ultra-Orthodox party chairman Dery says
All the leading election polls in one place: Here are the parties projected to enter Knesset, ahead of the March 2 vote ■ Build your own coalition: Click the parties and try to get to 61 seats ■ Who's running: Full lists
Netanyahu commissioned polls to find out. The findings were a slap in the face
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is a bastion of liberalism that is not afraid of organizations such as Im Tirtzu, and therefore has decided not to exercise force against it
Both the public and Netanyahu, who would gain another six months in his Balfour St. digs, seem almost resigned to the possibility of yet another election round
Central Elections Committee barred Heba Yazbak from running in Israel’s election two weeks ago, claiming she had voiced support for a terrorist
Environmental Protection Minister Zeev Elkin, a candidate for Jerusalem mayor in 2018, received a tiny fine despite $2 million in illegal campaign contributions for the race
Analysis A Year to Kahol Lavan’s Founding: How Israel’s Party of Generals Became an Effective Political Force
Riding high in the polls, Benny Gantz’s Kahol Lavan currently has no reason to feel blue. But what will it do the day after Netanyahu is gone?
Michal Cotler-Wunsh, who spent her formative years in Montreal, is cautiously optimistic about being one of the few Canadians ever to be elected to the Knesset
The Central Election Committee decided to bar Heba Yazbak over a social media post in which she expressed support for a terrorist ■ High Court to issue final ruling
For years, Israelis reserved a special scorn for Balad's Haneen Zoabi. Now that she's gone, they have wasted no time in finding her replacement: Heba Yazbak
Itamar Ben-Gvir, whose party was ditched from right-wing alliance, says he was offered important positions in exchange for bowing out of the race
'It's impossible to know what will happen,' Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon tells Haaretz about his political future, after deciding not to run in the March 2 election
Stav Shaffir, Rafi Peretz, Moshe Kahlon and female representation are among the most high-profile victims after Israel's political parties finalized their slates
Move comes after PM's efforts to convince parties to Likud's right to unite ■ Kahol Lavan party member defects to Likud ■ Prominent left-wing lawmaker Shaffir announces won't run
Election Quiz: Merger on the Left, Alliances on the Right – How Much Do You Know About the Parties Running?
Israel's left- and right wing parties are scrambling to finalize their slates. Who's in, who’s out and who’s running with Kahanists? Test yourself
Larisa Trembovler says her party demands a retrial for Yigal Amir: 'Things that are hidden related to the judiciary, the media... would become clear'
Thanks to a fluke of circumstances (and Benjamin Netanyahu), Aviv Barkan is already fully acquainted with exercising her democratic right at the ballot box
Veterans of the Israeli left lay out what they believe would save it. So why does the coming March election spell trouble?
Appointment of Bitan and several others postponed after Supreme Court intervenes, raising concern that caretaker government shouldn't tap new ministers
National Union Chairman Bezalel Smotrich is demanding a primary election within the slate before any possible team-up with Habayit Hayehudi
Eyal Yinon says that even though the Knesset itself is not in session, it can discuss Netanyahu's request for immunity in three criminal cases as soon as possible