Israeli police recommend bribery charges against Netanyahu with "sufficient evidence"

Police investigating Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said there is "sufficient evidence" to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on criminal charges in two corruption cases. The Prime Minister went in front of the cameras Tuesday to respond to the news and said he'll continue to lead Israel. He also added that the police recommendations against him are baseless and "will end with nothing." Netanyahu has been denying wrongdoing but he has been questioned several times since last year. Police can make only a recommendation; the final decision to indict rests with the Attorney General.