Projected to go down to four or five seats, finance minister says he will recommend Netanyahu to be PM again, boasts he will give him majority
Finance minister calls main Netanyahu rival 'privileged,' attacks 'inexperienced stars' on Israel's election
Lihi Golan, who is slated for the Kulanu Knesset list, received a car from the government which ended up destroyed in a car accident while her brother was driving it
Kulanu's Moshe Kahlon understands that the fate of his party is up to him, and is now turning to younger voters while hoping to partner with Gabi Ashkenazi
The statement contradicts a prediction by Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon, who is already taking heat for planned price rises for electricity, water, municipal taxes and many food products
Kulanu CEO berated drivers of party leader and Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon for testifying against Lihi Golan, a close personal aide to Kahlon
Since becoming finance minister three years ago, Moshe Kahlon introduced a series of tax cuts and day care subsidies labeling them with the word 'net', but now he has to stop
Ministerial committee to discuss bill that would enact the so-called 'British model' that bars top court from overriding laws legislated by Knesset
Netanyahu plans to sponsor legislation that would restrict the High Court's ability to invalidate Knesset laws - legislation Kahlon would oppose
Moshe Kahlon, the Kulanu party chairman, has repeatedly promised to protect the judiciary. Now is his chance to step up to the plate
Yisrael Beiteinu MKs say party will quit the government only if the bill exempting ultra-Orthodox yeshiva students from military service becomes law
In Women's Day Speech, Israeli Minister Tells Female Lawmakers: 'Stop Whining, or You Won't Be Leaders'
What it takes to be a leader, MK mansplains to Knesset plenum, is to be 'feminist, not to constantly complain about deprivation'
Without Kulanu, Kahlon's party, Netanyahu's coalition is bound to collapse. Meanwhile, Kulanu is giving corrupt politicians a green light
Sources in Finance Minister Kahlon's Kulanu party say he fears that some of its Knesset members could bolt if the police recommend indicting Netanyahu
New bill, sponsored by lawmakers from the governing coalition, attempts to hold those who encourage economic and academic boycotts accountable for their actions
Israel Retreats on Contentious 'Nation-State Law:' Jewish Identity Will Not Take Precedence Over Democratic Values
Opposition from Kulanu brings about changes assuring the bill will pass its first reading in the Knesset in December
Both Likud and Kulanu parties agree not to submit controversial bills during Knesset winter session for fear of causing governing coalition to fall
Finance Minister Kahlon has been promoting himself in party-paid ads and with treasury infomercials
Minister Yoav Galant warns against Negev Bedouin achieving territorial contiguity with West Bank Palestinians, urges continued settling of south Hebron Hills
Housing Minister Yoav Galant called the Syrian president a despicable murderer, adding that neither he, nor his operators in Tehran, have any 'right to exist'
Justice Minister wants to revert to system scrapped in 2000 following scandal over perceived politically-inspired appointment.
Gabbay eyes Labor leadership, slams government coalition for silence in face of investigations of Netanyahu.
'A new journey begins,' tweets the former environmental protection minister, six months after leaving cabinet in protest over the firing of defense chief Moshe Ya'alon.
'I will not support a law that will be interpreted as a blow to the Supreme Court,' Israeli finance minister says.
Responding to criticism of funds for settlements, Kahlon says the treasury is 'color-blind' and will continue allocating resources irrespective of 'religion, race, gender and nationality.'
The Kulanu leader must not allow his party to serve as a life preserver for the most right-wing and dangerous government that Israel has ever had.
In one week two ministers resigned, an Yisrael Beiteinu MK refused to join the coalition, and Naftali Bennett is mocking Benjamin Netanyahu openly.
Netanyahu, Lieberman joke about their past enmity, vow commitment to Israel's security and to peace process; Hamas: Peace with Israel is an illusion.
The Kulanu Chair and finance minister sits at the left of a fanatical settler government and even condemns the dangerous actions of government members, so why does he remain a willing participant?
Minister Bennett claims to be the most ethical of the bunch as he competes with MK Lieberman over who is more supportive of the soldier who shot a wounded Palestinian; Israel has yet to find out why Palestinian President Abbas rejected its peace initiative.