Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah is ready to step down after talks between rival factions.
The leader of the global body rejects Netanyahu's charge that he is "encouraging terrorism."
The U.N. chief criticized Israel's settlement activities as "provocative acts."
The political conflict between Hamas and Fatah appears intractable, writes Jonathan Schanzer.
The prisoner, released in 2011, is shown barbecuing and making coffee with his captors.
The ringing bells of the Nativity Church show the Palestinians are here to stay.
New poll shows that Palestinians are becoming more radicalized by Israeli policies, say experts.
The exercise was carried out in cooperation with the U.S. Missile Defense Agency.
Israeli leader says that forces operate from "time to time" to prevent the country "becoming a second terror front."
The verdict for the chief suspect is delayed due to last-minute insanity plea.
It gives Israelis no comfort to know the terrorist violence appears worse in parts of Europe.
Those who blame Israel for the lack of a peace deal will likely pay no attention, but the facts are in.
Why Palestinian leaders are promoting attacks in some places but not others.
Palestinian political and religious figures have exhorted their people to kill Jews.
Four Israelis and 26 Palestinians, including eight alleged attackers, have died in 12 days of bloodshed.
When the government is a terrorist group, diplomats must stay away. Enter the press.
Trump said he would learn the difference "when it's appropriate." No time like the present.
Senior official Moussa Abu Marzouk says it will be hard for the Palestinian group "to cope" without Tehran's backing.
With or without the nuclear deal, the Iranian mullahs must be prevented from spreading terror.
The military will now only permit Israeli-Arabs to visit their relatives in Gaza on humanitarian grounds.
A year after the Gaza war, the Israeli government admits that two citizens are missing there.
U.N. investigators said Israel and Palestinian militant groups committed grave abuses of international humanitarian law during the 2014 Gaza conflict.
Hamas ignored a 48-hour ultimatum calling on them to end the crackdown on ISIS sympathizers.