Shaked is likely to lead Hayemin Hehadash, the party she established with Naftali Bennett and which failed to pass the electoral threshold
'Merging with Barak and Meretz will deter certain populations from joining us and being part of the revolution,' Amir Peretz says
Linkup between the Labor Party’s Amir Peretz and Orli Levi-Abekasis will benefit the two, but could hurt the left as a whole
Although he claims all of the credit for the country’s economic and diplomatic achievements, Bibi is merely reaping the benefits of his predecessors’ efforts. His legacy is his longevity, and precious little else
The vast majority of Israel’s Bedouin voters fall into two categories — they either don’t vote or vote for Arab parties. But could that be about to change in September? Haaretz visits Rahat to find out
Rights group says state's 'aim is to continue avoid granting recognition to refugees according to international law'
The newspaper published a photo of the former PM entering convicted sex offender's home in 2016 with his face concealed alongside pictures of four women whom it said also entered the house that day ■ Barak: I reject these 'loathsome' insinuations
Analysis Israel's Do-over Election Gives Arab Parties an Opportunity – One They're Refusing to Seize
The parties' failure to resurrect the Joint List points to a deep lack of trust from within – and in facing the Arab public
Ex-premier tells Daily Beast he never attended a party with Jeffrey Epstein, who invested in the company controlled by Barak and faces sex trafficking charges
Fearless former defense minister has stymied Netanyahu and reshuffled Israeli politics
Education Minister Rafi Peretz’s series of gaffes have embarrassed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and shown that his alliance with the ultra-religious is crumbling
The cult of personality around Netanyahu may soon unravel ■ Center-left party leaders are speed-dating each other - here's what will push them to tie the knot
Talks with the Finance Ministry over tax on the payments envoys abroad receive for hosting meetings - had reached a dead end, a source said ■ Dispute comes ahead of Netanyahu's trip to India in September
Israeli embassies and consulates abroad don’t even have money for train tickets or to serve coffee at work meetings, one diplomat claims
From the Ethiopian community protesting police brutality to demonstrations over day care centers, renewed social protest might play in the hands of Labor's new leader Amir Peretz
Israeli-American megadonor uses media platforms to tout the ‘platinum anniversary’ being celebrated by the two countries and to decry the president’s lack of ‘sweeping support’ at home
Serving as a Labor Party MK from 1974 to 1996, Namir worked on behalf of disabled children, children at risk, the Bedouin and Arab communities, battered women and the elderly
Wealthy businessman Jeffrey Epstein was arrested on sex trafficking charges Saturday
Former prime minister's party will be called 'Yisrael Democratit,' meaning democratic Israel
Religious-Zionist rabbi Shlomo Aviner, who has major political influence, rejects possibility that Ayelet Shaked can head bloc of right-wing parties
Edelstein blames lack of political cooperation for initiative's failure, even though legal counsel said disbanding parliament is 'point of no return'
Who's forming a new slate in the upcoming election? Who won't be running? Who won Meretz's primary?
While Netanyahu had the entire political establishment chasing its tail this week, Ehud Barak came back – and with a vengeance. Will he spoil Gantz's party?