Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is believed to prefer tearing up the agreement reached with Israel Electric Corporation workers and pressing for a court ruling limiting their right to strike.
Zionist Union leader Avi Gabbay: Corruption is a strategic threat to the stability of society;it directly harms every citizen.
Under the "grocers bill", local authority bylaws on Saturday opening for stores will require the interior minister's consent.
"There has been no change in our policy with regard to consular practice or passport issuance at this time," said a senior US State Department official.
Only nine of 140 government units in Tel Aviv had moved to Jerusalem as of July 2017.
Despite some fiery rhetoric, Palestinian demonstrations against Trump's declaration on Jerusalem have been nowhere near the scale of the two intifadas.
Protest leader Eldad Yaniv: We want a new contract - no more politicians taking bribes; we'll keep coming every Saturday night.
"Globes" reveals exclusive details about payments to the German submarine builder's Israeli representative, who bribed senior Israeli military and political figures.
The bill to neuter Israel's State Comptroller is the latest in a series of attacks on the state's watchdogs, observes Tal Schneider.
Talks on separating the Palestinian electricity grid from Israel are making progress says the World Bank's Vivien Foster.
Power plants and renewable energy farms are replacing agriculture throughout Israel.
A heartening tale of how journalistic solidarity trumped a political illusion.
The FBI recently managed to arrest the CEO of an Israeli based binary options company.
Moshe Kahlon wants the disabled pension linked to future rises in the minimum wage while Benjamin Netanyahu does not.