The most optimistic scenario Netanyahu's rivals can envision ■ The only politician daring to bring up the Israeli-Palestinian conflict this election season
Prime minister’s request marks new phase in his war against what he and his son Yair have dubbed 'propaganda channels'
Minister Smotrich's latest tantrum over the justice system doesn't warrant a mere apology. It calls for his immediate sacking
Netanyahu sought visit to boost his campaign ■ With Israel's Foreign Ministry on strike, Japanese mobilized to help ■ Prime Minister Abe cleared his schedule ■ So what made Netanyahu cancel the visit? Two theories
If ‘bad boy’ Yair Lapid keeps it up, Kahol Lavan’s demise may be a matter of time – as may Bibi’s if a certain scenario is realized
Vows by Knesset candidates from the premier's party will be meaningless if after Israel's September election they stand to lose power by sticking with him
As the party lists were locked in place this week, and the right finally 'united,' Likudniks are asking, where is the leader guiding us?
He could have had a restrained, downsized and loyal Ayelet Shaked on the list of top ten Likud Knesset candidates. But now she's back, and in a big way, leading a right-wing union that may have the power to dethrone him
Ehud Barak takes one for the team ■ Labor remains outside of the left-wing hookup, and Itzik Shmuli is now in a pinch ■ Netanyahu throws himself a surprise party
In the absence of substantive arguments, MK Stav Shaffir prefers to take the populist dialogue to her comfort zone: accusations of 'chauvinism' and 'misogyny'
Talks of a joint Barak-Meretz run in September have Labor fearing it might spell its end in the ballot but there's one thing holding Peretz back
The former justice minister has outgrown her former party, and Netanyahu's main obsession is keeping himself from having to face her in coalition negotiations
Linkup between the Labor Party’s Amir Peretz and Orli Levi-Abekasis will benefit the two, but could hurt the left as a whole
The prime minister has handed his rivals a gift they could never have dreamed of
Ties to billionaire and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein could deliver a serious blow to former prime minister's political comeback
Analysis One of Israel's Most Effective Politicians Just Quit, Proving Labor's at the End of the Road
In an extraordinary moment of honesty, Shelly Yacimovich admits the fire within the party has been extinguished, giving her no reason to stay
Each one of the prime minister's cabinet appointments would shame any enlightened and democratic country. Now ministers are wondering, has the magician lost his touch?
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
Netanyahu is stuck between the Ethiopian community's protest and Gaza firebombs, and Lieberman is breathing down his neck. Can a strategic trip to India save him?
The former PM, who just made his own comeback, was banking on one of the younger candidates to win so their parties could merge – making him the undisputed leader
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?
Analysis Of All Ex-generals Vying to Replace Netanyahu, Only One Has the Energy, Aggression, and Venom
Barak is the only person in the country who can tell Netanyahu: 'As your former commander: Bibi, you can no longer remain at the helm of the government'
Netanyahu has just floated a new, unprecedented idea: Canceling the new election he himself pushed for
A huge political and possibly constitutional drama hurtles toward Israel as Bibi scrambles for voters and Lieberman seems set to be kingmaker – or exorcist
Instead of thanking the merciful prosecution for the VIP criminal procedure it granted his wife, Netanyahu chose slandering law enforcement and baseless, ridiculous self-pity
Netanyahu may not get another chance to form a government ■ The only voice of reason in the Prime Minister's Office quits
Even after Netanyahu capriciously forced collective suicide upon the newly elected Knesset, he still managed to push through his choice for state comptroller
There was no greater supporter to amend the Immunity Law for Netanyahu or to pass an override clause than Amir Ohana, who is also close to Yair Netanyahu
The premier fired Ayelet Shaked and Naftali Bennett out of long-standing vengefulness, but there's a chance he may need to put up with them in his next government
Up to his neck in crimes, Netanyahu may win September's election, but there will be an indictment, and he will be on his way to becoming history