Reporting from the Central Election Committee during the 2015 elections in Israel, where a higher voting turnout took place ahead of the exit polls, compared to elections in previous years
Hosting journalists Martin Himel and Uri Misgav in studio on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's efforts to keep the status-quo and the ongoing tensions between Israel and Hamas
A debate with i24news correspondents Shai Ben Ari, Ayman Sikseck and Shachar Peled on the last few months which show an increase in violence and racism in the Israeli society
Ultra-orthodox women in Israel, who have in recent years become lawyers, journalists and high-tech managers, are now seeking to be elected to parliament within the orthodox parties. Although major obstacles stand in their way, they believe they'll live to see the day when a Haredi woman will represent the entire Haredi public.
An economic crisis is always fertile ground for social media satire, and the Greek debt forces out closed banks and ATMs but also some pretty good jokes. You can cry or you can laugh - Shachar Peled lays out the options.
A closer look at the role of Israeli web campaigns which are becoming a central part of the political culture in the country
Israeli and Palestinian Women Mark International Women's Day
The Shuafat refugee camp is the only one of its kind within the municipal boundaries of Jerusalem. Cut off from the city by the separation barrier, it's been the source of a number of terror attacks over the last year and a half.
Tens of thousands in East Jerusalem are going dry for over 4 months, as authorities trade blame for the sudden shortage of water. The lack of basic infrastructure has pushed the residents to file a high court petition, as they await in despair for a solution.
Running for re-election to Parliament and advocating for animal rights, Tamar Zandberg from the left wing party Meretz visits the unique liberation ranch, where farm animals are saved from slaughter and abuse