Attorney general criticizes Isaac Herzog, who was suspected of benefiting from the funding of political activities, over his version of events.
Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit made the announcement in response to a court petition by the Gay Father's Association, which welcomed the new policy.
Mendelblit will have to decide whether to launch an investigation into suspicions of campaign finance irregularities by the leader of the Labor Party and of the Zionist Union.
Bankrupt businessman Motti Zisser has hired private eyes and attorneys in a bid to bring down the bank’s CEO.
Main shares indexes post declines of more than 4%, but government bonds rise.
The apparel retailer has expanded abroad and stood off competition from foreign brands entering its home market, but its share price is flagging and its profits are under pressure
The Tax Authority is boasting about nabbing high-profile offenders, but inefficiency and staffing shortages have stung.
Perach Lerner, a close aide to the prime minister, has been nominated as ministry directory-general but some say she doesn’t have the required experience.
Gambling, blows, Channel 10 and high notes: Meet the prime minister's new billionaire friend.
The key question is whether or not Ofer and his wife were considered Israeli residents between 2006-2011.
Adviser says former president not involved in bank’s activities in Israel, only overseas.
Tax Authority considering criminal charges against bank on suspicion of assisting Israeli clients evade taxes.
State comptroller report shows that the government stands to lose tax revenue if general tax reporting were enacted, so it isn't on the docket.
State comptroller warns exploitation of reporting exemption is being used to launder money.
Report details failure of authorities to demand tax reports and payments, and asserts that one unnamed kabbalist has accrued assets of more than 1 billion shekels.
Israeli banks are freezing accounts of foreign residents who refuse to sign tax declarations.
More transparency needed so public can know what prime minister is discussing with prominent business leaders.
One person has 46 homes registered to his name; another owns more than 60 luxury properties through various companies.
Principal source of information for Israel Tax Authority probe comes from someone who obtained information from foreign tax authorities and handed it over to Israeli officials.
Amnesty international: New procedure aimed mainly at those holding unreported capital abroad.
The former PM's conviction for bribery last week opened a Pandora's box of connections he has had with major players in Israel's business sector.
Ad posted in front of traffic court promises those who have had their Israeli licenses suspended the option of obtaining an American one.
Turkiz serves horse regularly but didn't mention it in the dish description; waiter tells the couple what the menu didn't.
Police safely defuse bomb; the target, an Ashdod businessman, has close ties to union’s Alon Hassan.
Police believe millions of shekels have been stolen; seven ticket sellers dismissed after admitting embezzlement.
Banking supervisor reiterates that discrimination is unacceptable and solicits public to report bias to the central bank.
A startling conversation with a representative of Bank Mizrahi Tefahot in Kiryat Shmona sheds light on the obstacles faced by non-Jewish clientele.
Yehoshua Sagis' resignation comes in the wake of allegations that port union chairman Alon Hassan exploited ties to advance private business interests.
Several weeks ago the civil service commissioner rejected Lapid’s pressure to appoint his associate Uri Shani to head a newly formed housing directorate within his ministry.
Strippers who have worked at the Baby Dolls club in Tel Aviv talk about the sex services provided there, and reveal how their employment contracts allowed the owners to avoid legal responsibility.