The political conflict between Hamas and Fatah appears intractable, writes Jonathan Schanzer.
The negotiations Kerry brokered in 2013-2014 should form the basis of a U.N. Security Council settlement.
A wave of Israeli-Palestinian violence that began more than eight weeks ago has shown no end in sight.
Young Palestinians have killed 19 Israelis and an American in spontaneous attacks over the last two months, while Israel forces have killed 91 Palestinians.
The driver was shot dead; Netanyahu set to discuss outbreak of violence at White House.
Israel's cabinet also imposes more security measures after further Palestinian stabbings.
At least 40 Palestinians and seven Israelis have died in recent street violence.
Israel's security cabinet made the announcement Wednesday following an emergency meeting.
Four Israelis and 26 Palestinians, including eight alleged attackers, have died in 12 days of bloodshed.
Four Israelis and 24 Palestinians, including eight children, have died.
Israeli troops shot dead six Palestinians and a knife-wielding Jewish man wounded four Arabs on Friday.
The world must hold Israel to account for crimes against the Palestinians, writes Saeb Erekat.
The measures are aimed at quelling a recent rise in roadside attacks against Israeli vehicles in Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank.
Palestinians and Israeli forces clashed for the third consecutive day over the sensitive Jerusalem holy site.
They are rushing to countries their relatives fled before and after the Holocaust.
The complaints relate to Israel's conduct during the 2014 Gaza war and settlement construction.
A week of threats from foreign companies—and a senior politician accused of pimping—ends with good news.
Having previously defended Israel at U.N., U.S. "reassessing" relations after Netanyahu's pre-election disavowal of Palestinian state.
Netanyahu facing challenge to secure fourth term as he promises more settlements, no Palestinian state in final push
Attacker also attempts to stab passerby on Jewish feast of Purim before being shot by police.