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.