Kadima Slams Netanyahu for Split AttemptsKadima strongly attacks Netanyahu over his attempts to get a group of Knesset members from Kadima to join the coalition.
Reports: Kadima SplittingGroup of 7-8 MKs led by ex-MK Tzachi Hanegbi may split off from largest Knesset faction, join Likud.
Poll: Likud Loses Seats But Remains Largest PartyIf elections were held today, the Likud party would receive 25 seats and be the largest party. Kadima crashes to seven seats.
Ya'alon Meets Kadima MKs About Draft LawMinister Moshe Ya'alon (Likud) meets four members from Kadima, shows them the outline of the new draft law he is preparing.
Vice PM: Kadima Planned Rift in the NationVice PM Yaalon levels harsh criticism at Kadima, says the party planned to split the nation for political gain.
MK: Kadima Didn't Exhaust NegotiationsMK Yulia Shamalov-Berkovich is against her party’s leaving the coalition. "Many hareidim do enlist, we missed a real opportunity."
Left and Right Unite in Criticizing MofazPoliticians from both the left and the right were united in their criticism of Kadima chairman Shaul Mofaz over his leaving the coalition.
Netanyahu: Mofaz Gave Up on Historic OpportunityPM Netanyahu sends a letter to Kadima chairman Mofaz, expresses regret that Mofaz chose to quit the unity government.
Mofaz Surrenders; Unity Coalition Lasted 19 WeeksThe national unity coalition born nine weeks ago is dead, but the government lives as it did before Kadima left the Opposition.
Kadima Poised to Leave Coalition, May Split in 2Kadima faction holding a press conference at 5:00 p.m., Mofaz expected to say he's leaving government.
Netanyahu Regrets Joining Forces with KadimaNetanyahu’s associates say he regrets having added Kadima to the coalition, considering early elections.
Netanyahu and Mofaz Talk, Agree to Talk Even MorePM Binyamin Netanyahu and Kadima chairman Shaul Mofaz hold late night meeting on draft law. Agreement yet to be reached.
Mofaz, Netanyahu Meet, Talk About Draft LawPrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Kadima chairman Shaul Mofaz meet about the new draft law. Meeting ends without progress.
Mofaz Upbeat About Draft Law ChancesKadima chairman Shaul Mofaz said he believes the government will have drafted a replacement for the Tal Law before the weekend.
Poll: 46% of Israelis Favor Kadima LeavingPoll conducted for Channel 10 News finds that 46 percent of Israelis believe that Kadima should quit the coalition over Draft Law crisis.
Draft Law Panel Targets Hareidi Draft RefusersThe “draft law” panel headed by a Kadima MK wants heavy fines on hareidi youth who refuse to enlist. Sanctions on Arabs were less clear.
Something Electoral This Way Comes?Opposition leader Shelly Yechimovich is hoping to dissolve the Knesset as the Tal Law again throws the Netanyahu government into crisis
Ramon to Start New PartyKadima co-founder Haim Ramon may be joined by Tzipi Livni. Kadima may split in two.
Unity Coalition Crumbles, Mofaz Shuns NetanyahuKadima party chairman Mofaz refused to meet with Netanyahu after the Prime Minister dissolved a panel, led by Kadima, for a new draft law.
Kadima Furious Over Scrapping of Draft CommitteePrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's decision to scrap the committee drafting a replacement for the Tal Law has incensed Kadima.
Kadima Concerned of Split Over Equal Burden LawMembers of Kadima concerned that the party may split if Plesner Committee does not come ensure equal service for all citizens.
Mofaz to Abbas: Let's Talk Peace NowVice PM Shaul Mofaz calls on PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas to take advantage of the large coalition and begin peace negotiations.
MK: Kadima Inciting a Civil WarMK Yisrael Eichler accuses Kadima of pitting Israelis against each other in order to justify its political sellout.
Proud Mofaz: We Moved Bibi LeftwardKadima chairman credits his part with torpedoing Regulation Law that could have prevented destruction.
Rumor: Netanyahu May Leave LikudIs the prime minister planning a move similar to Sharon's departure from Likud and creation of a new party?
Kadima MK: We Are the Most Influential PartyMK Shai Hermesh (Kadima) says his party’s status has significantly increased since it joined the coalition.
Poll: Kadima Crashing to 3 Knesset SeatsKadima would crash from 28 Knesset seats to 3 if elections were held today, Knesset Channel poll says.
The New Coalition: Perhaps We Deserve What We GetHow will the Kadima-Likud merger affect policy? The irony of it all is that we actually accept the fact that we have no idea.
Falling Kadima Bought Cheap; What Does Bibi Want?Analysis: It is easy to understand Kadima's move, but it is harder to fathom Netanyahu's.
Coalition Deal: Election System to be ChangedKadima and Likud agree to set clear guidelines for gradually larger enlistment of hareidim over years.
War Vet, 34, to Replace Livni in KnessetLawyer and businessman Yuval Zellner, badly wounded in his military service, receives former party leader's Knesset seat.
Likud Snub May Leave Barak Politically HomelessEhud Barak may find himself politically homeless following senior Likud MK Silvan Shalom’s insistence that he has no place in the Likud.
Livni to Quit while She is BehindOusted Kadima party leader Tzipi Livni will announce Tuesday she is quitting politics, Kadima party officials told Israeli media overnight.
MK Danon: Mofaz wants another DisengagementLikud MK says Kadima leader is a leftist who wants a return to 1949 armistice lines.
Mofaz Visits Kotel after VictoryThe new head of Kadima, Shaul Mofaz, announced he would vie for prime minister's slot next election.
Schneller: Kadima Lost its WayMK Otniel Schneller (Kadima) says his party has lost its way, but hopes it will return to its pluralist roots after coming party elections.
Kadima Files Police Complaint against TreasurerPolice are questioning accountant Itzik Hadad whom Knesset's largest party suspects of wrongdoing.
Kadima Heavyweights Circling Around LivniMeir Shirtit's call for early primaries reflects the growing panic in Kadima over Tzippi Livni's ineffectiveness as party chair.
'Kadima' Corruption ScandalMKs and senior activists within Kadima express anger over latest revelations of corruption, mounting debt.
Knesset's Boycott Law BattleAs MKs take sides over the “boycott law,” MK Elkin says Kadima's change of heart reveals slide to the left.
Netanyahu Tries to Lure KadimaPM Binyamin Netanyahu tries to get Kadima to join coalition by saying his and Kadima's principles are the same.
PM Calls Kadima to Join Gov'tAs Kadima members criticize Netanyahu over his speech in Congress, his spokesperson calls on Kadima should join Netanyahu's government.
Schneller to Kadima: Back BibiMK Otniel Schneller is calling for his party to rise above politics and support Netanyahu. Now is not the time for 'political games,' he says.
Support Grows for LiebermanYisrael Beiteinu, led by Foreign Minister Lieberman, has jumped in a poll by Globes despite – or because of – his recent indictment.
Anti-Corruption Probe ExpandedOnce it was made clear that an anti-corruption probe would not single out Netanyahu, it was passed unanimously
Israeli MKs At Anti-Israel Conf.Members of Israel's Knesset agreed to attend an anti-Israel conference by the J Street organization. David Bedein: This is crossing a red line.
"Feminism is Radical Jihad"Despite criticism from extremist feminists, MK Shamalov-Berkowitz continues her stand for family values at a Knesset conference.
Former ISA Chief Joins KadimaYaakov Peri, who served as head of the Israel Security Agency from 1988 to 1995, announces plans to join Kadima.
Halutz the PoliticianFormer IDF Chief of Staff Dan Halutz, who joined Kadima last month, claims Israel could have ”bought” missing navigator Ron Arad’s freedom.
Likud, Kadima Spar over C'teesAfter MK HaNegbi's suspension, Kadima wants to ditch Foreign Relations and Defense C'tee in favor of Finance. Likud says no.
Geneva Activist Joins Kadima MKsMK Tzachi Hanegbi will be replaced by far-left activist Nino Abesadze, a proponent of the Geneva Initiative.
Kadima MK Pessimistic on TalksMK Yaakov Edri, a member of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, says the sides are already preparing their “alibis.”
Mofaz Demands Kadima PrimariesKadima’s #2, Sha’ul Mofaz, met with the beleaguered #1, Tzipi Livni, and demanded primaries as the way to forestall the impending party split.
Kadima MKs May Join LikudThe Likud’s efforts to divide the party that caused the Likud’s own division four years ago appear to be successful.
'Boycott Britain,' Suggests MKKadima MK Tirosh suggests a boycott of goods from Britain, which has urged Judea and Samaria foods to be labeled “Israeli settlement produce."
MKs are PunishedLabor MKs are "punished" for not voting with the government, and Kadima rewards them – at its own expense.
Murmurs of Mutiny in KadimaKadima leader Livni may be in trouble as voices within the party call for new primaries.