Israeli minister to be indicted for fraud
Israel's attorney general announced Wednesday he intends to indict the country's welfare minister on corruption allegations, one of a series of graft cases facing government officials.
Israeli Arab parties unite for September election
Leading Israeli-Arab parties said on Saturday they had formed an alliance to fight in September's general election, the latest merger of smaller parties seeking to oust Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Israel PM's wife asks court to approve plea bargain over 'fund misuse'
The wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asked a Jerusalem court Sunday to approve a plea bargain convicting her of fraudulently using state funds for meals, an AFP reporter said.
Netanyahu appoints Israel's first openly gay minister
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday tapped Amir Ohana as acting justice minister, the first openly gay minister in the country's history.
Netanyahu says coalition deal still possible as talk of new polls mounts
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday he believed a deal to form a new coalition government remained possible only days ahead of the deadline as speculation mounted over the possibility of fresh elections.
Netanyahu vows more 'massive strikes' in response to Gaza rockets
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday he had ordered the military to launch further strikes on Gaza Strip militants in response to rocket fire from the territory, as an escalation entered its second day.
Israel's Netanyahu praises Trump move to end waivers on Iran oil
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised a White House announcement on Monday ending sanctions exemptions for Iran's oil customers...
Netanyahu looks to form right-wing government after victory
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sought to form a right-wing governing coalition on Thursday after securing victory in a high-stakes Israeli election despite a strong challenge from a centrist alliance.