News and updates about 2015 Elections
State Dept. funds aided anti-Likud campaign
State Department grants for Arab-Israeli peace used for infrastructure later used by Israeli left during 2015 Knesset election.
Knesset Now 'Greenest' Parliament Anywhere
As of Sunday, the Knesset's roof is set to generate enough electricity to power the building's lights, and other needs.
Bennett: 'Jewish Home' Can Keep Netanyahu 'Honest'
Binyamin Netanyahu talks a good 'right-wing game,' but he needs to be 'watched,' said Jewish Home leader Naftali Bennett.
Likud Hopes to Form Large Right-Wing Union
Deputy Minister Akunis says his party and Jewish Home learned lessons of infighting in the last elections, slams Lapid-Livni 'putsch.'
Knesset Votes 84:0 to Dissolve Itself
Knesset convenes to dissolve itself after party heads set date for snap elections in 105 days, after Netanyahu disbands the government.
'Now The Crazies Can Run Amok,' Mourns Livni
Newly dismissed justice minister says by sacking her, Netanyahu has gotten rid of the 'gatekeeper of democracy' in Israel.
Make No Mistake: Bennett Called This Election
Analysis: only one politician has an interest in these elections, and his fingerprints are all over them. Enter the next defense minister.