Still no progress on Regulation LawThe Cabinet has struggled to reach a consensus on the Regulation Law, which could save Amona, with less than one month until the evacuation.
Government to allow additional allocations for yeshiva studentsThe Government will approve an additional 48 million NIS allocation to Yeshivas and Kollels for overseas students.
WZO Settlement Division to return to full activityThe cabinet will meet to decide to restore the WZO settlement division to full functioning after 2 years of inactivity.
Minister: Netanyahu will throw Bennett out of governmentIn an off-the-record interview with Arutz Sheva, a Cabinet minister warned that Education Minister Bennett's jibes come with a high price.
Netanyahu: Terror tunnels were discussed in 9 Cabinet meetingsPrime Minister's Office rejects allegations that the terror tunnels were not discussed with the Cabinet before Operation Protective Edge.
The terror continues: Arabs attack funeralNo rest for the weary: as Rabbi Michael Mark's body was being transported for burial, passing Arabs threw a stone at mourners.
Dozens protest terror wave as Cabinet convenesDozens gather in Judea and Samaria to protest the series of murderous terrorist attacks over the last few days.
Cabinet resolves to get to bottom of Yemenite children affairMinister Tzachi Hanegbi to bring to investigate classified material about alleged kidnapping of Yemenite children in early days of state
Cabinet to approve Turkey reconciliation agreementMinisters expected to approve agreement between Israel, Turkey next week. Turkey made partial concessions on Hamas.
Netanyahu to announce: The Golan Heights will remain oursCabinet to hold weekly meeting in the Golan Heights, where Netanyahu will declare that the region is not up for negotiations.
Cabinet's solution to terror: Patch up the fencesIn meeting PM and ministers decide to fix breaches in Jerusalem fence - but make no significant decision on crushing the terror.
Watch: Israel braces for possible PA collapseFrom today's ILTV edition. Netanyahu reportedly instructs cabinet to prepare for end of PA.
Cabinet approves Mandelblit appointment for A-GNetanyahu favorite received backing of all ministers but one and will take office on February 1.
Development in Arab sector - if illegal building stopsCabinet approves 5-year plan to promote development of Israel's minority population on condition illegal construction halted.
Government pledges to build 'next Modi'in' in the northHarish community near Haifa upgraded to full-fledged city, given 1B shekel budget. 'An outstanding Zionist act.'
IDF soldiers' salaries to increase by 50 percentGovernment approves substantial pay raise for IDF soldiers; 'No more appropriate time than on eve of Hanukkah,' says Netanyahu.
Cabinet Approves Revoking Residency from TerroristsSecurity cabinet approves a series of additional security measures in wake of ongoing terror wave.
Constant Terror Yields Raise for Jerusalem PoliceCabinet approves 800 shekel per month raise for capital police officers in light of ongoing rock and firebomb attacks.
Cabinet Approves Budget for 2015 and 2016Following a late night debate, the Cabinet approves the budget for 2015-2016.
Cabinet Advances Law Allowing Ministers to Resign as MKsJustice Minister's bill, modeled after Norwegian Law, lets minister resign from Knesset, enabling coalition parties to bring in new MKs.
Yad L'Achim to PM: Do Something About Assimilation NowThe Yad L'achim organization called on Prime Minister Netanyahu to do something about the rise in assimilation.
US Oleh Eli Groner In Charge of Prime Minister's OfficeAmerican immigrant Eli Groner was confirmed Sunday as Director of the Prime Minister's Office.
Begin: I'm Not Resigning from the KnessetAnyone who think I'm giving up my seat is an 'idiot,' Benny Begin tells Likud faction meeting, a day after resigning from the government.
Cabinet Approves Erdan's Ministerial AppointmentWith governmental approval, motion to make Erdan Internal Security and Strategic Affairs Minister will go before Knesset vote Monday.
Erdan: I Rejected Ministerial Role Based on 'Principles'The morning after: MK notes hours after rejecting Public Security role that he needed more tools to overhaul Israel's security systems.
Netanyahu: Time to Roll Up Our Sleeves and Get to WorkNetanyahu reveals aims of the next gov't. On the agenda: security, social welfare, domestic and regional development - and peace talks?
'If Hotovely Not Minister, it Would Be a Spit in the Face'Likud's national-religious public and Hotovely associates vent frustrations over Netanyahu's intentions not to give her a ministry.
Likud Appointments Start to Shape UpDespite threats from Erdan, Netanyahu has so far made deals Thursday with ministers Katz, Ya'alon, Steinitz, and Akunis.
Knesset Approves Bill to Expand GovernmentSecond and third readings of Netanyahu proposal pass with slim majority.
Likud Blasts 'Hypocrites' Who Oppose Expansion of CabinetLikud welcomes the passing of the motion to expand the cabinet, blasts those who were opposed to it as “hypocrites”.
Government Expansion Bill Passes First ReadingDespite delay in swearing-in government, Netanyahu achieves victory in first reading of bill to expand number of cabinet ministers.
Government Given 12 Hours to Respond to Yesh Atid AppealSupreme Court orders government and Attorney General to respond to appeal against expansion of cabinet by 8:00 Monday.
Ministers Approve Motion to Expand GovernmentAfter receiving governmental approval, Netanyahu's bill to expand government will move to Knesset for approval on Monday.
Lapid Livid Over Enlarging of Cabinet, Threatens Legal ActionLikud announces Knesset vote on enlarging the cabinet from 18 ministries to 20, evoking threats from Yesh Atid.
Ministers Squabble Over Jewish State LawHeated debate, arguing erupts in Knesset Cabinet meeting on 'Jewish State' law, ahead of pivotal vote on Israel's identity.
How Netanyahu Foiled Livni's Plan to Torpedo 'Jewish State' BillLoud dispute at Ministerial Law Committee after Livni scuttles the discussion on the National Law. Minister Uri Ariel calls it "sabotage".
Cabinet Approves 2015 Budget Following Marathon TalksAfter 10 hours of discussion, the Cabinet approved the state budget proposal for 2015.
Israel Confirms Acceptance of 72-Hour CeasefireCabinet votes to accept 72-hour ceasefire in Gaza, beginning Tuesday at 8:00 a.m. local time.
Israel Rejects Kerry's Ceasefire ProposalCabinet unanimously votes to reject the ceasefire proposed by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
Cabinet to Discuss Egypt's Ceasefire ProposalSecurity Cabinet will meet Tuesday morning at 7:00 a.m. to discuss Egyptian proposal for ceasefire in Gaza.
Cabinet Discusses Response to Murder, No Decision ReachedMeeting of the Security Cabinet on possible responses to the murder of the three Israeli teenagers ends without a consensus.
Livni: I Want A Liberal, Not a Nationalistic, IsraelJustice Minister Tzippy Livni says proposal to annex the Jordan Valley will only succeed in embarrassing Israel.
Cabinet to Approve Benefits to Residents of SouthPrime Minister Netanyahu to submit a 166 million shekel plan for economic benefits for Sderot and the area adjacent to Gaza.
Cabinet Approves Plan to Deal with Illegal ImmigrantsNew plan gives infiltrators incentives to go home and boosts police numbers to increase law enforcement, especially in south Tel Aviv.
Shai Nitzan Appointment Approved, Jewish Home OpposesNitzan wins overwhelming support from ministers despite controversy over appointment as State Prosecutor.
New PA Work Permits, but Not as ‘Gesture’Govt. gives more work permits to PA, but not as a ‘gesture’ for talks. Bennett: This promotes real peace.
Journalist: ‘Heavy Heart’? Don’t Believe ItJournalist says talk of tough decisions, close vote on prisoner release are government spin.
Voting for Terror Prisoner Release ‘With a Heavy Heart’At least two Ministers say they will vote with PM Binyamin Netanyahu to free 104 Arab terrorist prisoners with Jewish blood on their hands.
Support for ‘Imperfect’ Bill on Hareidi-Religious EnlistmentBill on hareidi enlistment passes with 14 votes and 4 abstentions, but dissatisfaction remains.
Obama Decides on Three New Picks to Fill CabinetObama added three new names to his second term cabinet - a budget chief, energy secretary and Environmental Protection Agency head.
Obama Picks Female Business Executive for InteriorObama to nominate business executive Sally Jewell as Interior secretary, in attempt to deflect criticism from lack of diversity in Cabinet.
Israeli ‘Hurricane’ Victims to Receive Gov’t AidThe Cabinet is poised to approve an aid package for Israeli victims of the worst storm to hit the country in a decade.
Cabinet to Deal with SecurityOn the agenda for Israel's government Sunday were issues of security on the home front, and looking ahead to the future in Syria.
Israel 'Completely Rejects' UN Approval of New PA StatusThe Cabinet has unanimously voted Sunday to reject the UN decision to grant the Palestinian Authority nonmember observer state status.
Report: Cabinet Meets on Egyptian Ceasefire ProposalIsrael's Cabinet convened late Monday night to discuss a ceasefire proposal advanced by Egypt, according to a radio news broadcast.
Cabinet Approves Socio-Economic Planning StaffProfessional teams will integrate implementation of the government's long-term reforms.
Apples and Honey Sweeten Cabinet MeetingPrime Minister Netanyahu and Cabinet dipped apples in honey as a sign for a sweet New Year for Israel at their meeting on Sunday.