Nearly two months after Israel's Jan. 22 parliamentary election, PM Benjamin Netanyahu has arrived at a coalition-government deal, party officials say. "There is a government," says a rep for Netanyahu's Likud party. It involves the right-wing party joining forces with the centrist Yesh Atid party, the far-right Jewish Home party, and a small party headed by ex-foreign minister Tzipi Livni, Reuters reports. The three leading parties are likely to meet today to sign a deal, a Yesh Atid rep says, per the AP. The government could be up and running next week.