His pre-indictment hearing is less than a month away, but it’s not the only legal event awaiting him after the election – yet another case could be reopened
A recent lawsuit over fees collected on land development points to the contradictions and self-interest behind the movement for quasi-sovereignty
Sure, it’ll cost the country another $830 million, but it can save much more in the long term if ultra-Orthodox parties can be kept out of the government
Politicians, media, money and mafia-like conduct: An indictment in Case 2000 may include charges of bribery or breach of trust – but the corruption it represents goes much deeper
The PM’s cynical prime-time announcement was the opening shot of a scripted Instagram campaign designed to convince the public that he didn’t take bribes
Netanyahu-Elovitch deal made communication services expensive and led news media to distort reality and keep the public in the dark
Nochi Danker was sentenced by the Supreme Court to three years in prison. But what still remains a mystery is his connection to Itai Strum, the man who did his dirty work
Emergency callout platform startup Carbyne now has Peter Thiel as an investor ■ Hebrew University, Technion advance in Shanghai Ranking
The fact that someone thought such a senior judge could be bribed with the offer of a lofty position is just one shocking aspect of the affair
The latest revelation of the prime ministers multiple meetings with Bezeq controlling shareholder Shaul Elovitch strengthens the suspicions against him
Jacob Weinroth says Netanyahu asked him whether it was kosher to receive gifts from friends. But 'reliance on professional advice' means asking the appropriate authority in writing, not just verbally asking your own lawyer
Anyone who takes a step back and looks at the case into wrongdoing among the heads of Israel's biggest telecom and the ministry tasked with overseeing them would surely ask: Where’s Netanyahu?
Noble Energy fighting class action suit over gas prices agreed between cartel and Israel Electric Corporation
Yet as cases against the prime minister get stronger, it is unlikely the attorney general will be able to forgo a prison sentence
Reports that media mogul Arnon Mozes presented Netanyahu with evidence that he had acted on his behalf against a political rival upgrades the men's taped conversations from mere gossip to criminal realm.
Israel's right-wing Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked now has two more court vacancies to fill.
What goes for a local newspaper in Ashkelon goes for every newspaper - and Netanyahu's alleged talks with media mogul ring criminally familiar.
Despite the fact that the committee began its work two years ago, its conclusions couldn’t have come at a more relevant time.
The situation when an elected official's lifestyle is paid for by wealthy people for years out of the public eye is breach of trust. But the question remains: Does the attorney general have enough guts to indict a presiding prime minister?
In 2000, an Israeli statesman was forced to resign over the receipt of cash from wealthy businessmen. Will the prime minister suffer a similar fate in the ‘cigars and champagne’ gifts scandal?
As police investigate the prime minister over alleged gifts, explanations of 'friendly relationships' will not save him.
Analysis Netanyahu's Ties With Tycoons Face Scrutiny, Just as He's Set to Lead New Fundraising Effort
Beyond absurd: As investigation begins into prime minister's possible receipt of illicit gifts from billionaires, the state has given him the green light to forge closer ties with them.
In the battle over Supreme Court appointments, Shaked is striving to drop the judiciary from the system of checks and balances. She's proving a strong politician.
Justices who refused to strike down the law imposing pay caps on financial sector executives made it clear they will not intervene when lawmakers assert social values.
But justices express concern about provisions that retroactively strike at pension and severance agreements.
The Israeli entrepreneur is behind bars in New York, where he is suspected of the type of security fraud that is under the radar of Israeli researchers.
Recording without the other person knowing is a way to reveal injustices, so the prime minister’s plan would deny the public the little power it has.
Judge Khaled Kabub rejected the former tycoon’s defense of his stock market activity point by point, which signals a long prison term is in store.
The social environment influences the decisions of everyone, especially the decisions of a person whose political future is often in the hands of the wealthy.
If Netanuyahu received the donation as a private citizen, as he says, then he is not guilty of any crime.