Former presidential candidate denies allegations he paid 270,000 shekels to his housekeeper for her silence on sexual harassment complaints.
Hatnua MK reportedly paid 270,000 shekels to his housekeeper two years ago in exchange for her silence on harassment complaints.
The tension in the air in the Knesset was palpable as the result of the election remained unclear all day, but Rivlin, the "man of Jerusalem," was victorious.
Yesh Atid lawmaker Hoffman supports shortening month-long Knesset Passover break, saying long break is inappropriate.
Livni, Sheetrit issue final appeals to those on the fence as Election Day approaches.
Officials in many of the largest parties concede taxes will have to rise after the election.
Kadima MK slams vice premier for not pulling faction from gov't, saying PM has made clear won't passing universal service bill.
“We have to give someone else a chance and make a change,” Kadima MK says at a press conference in the Knesset.
Time to chill the enthusiasm of media to print ‘juicy’ news without fact-checking.
Coalition, opposition MKs who reported for TV, radio and print say new measure would undermine freedom of press.