"There’s no doubt in my mind that Hamas initiated this conflict," she said.
The U.S. should organize and lead an international donors' conference to devise a multibillion-...
Obama defends Israel's right to defend itself; hopes cease-fire will last.
Only a third of Americans approve of how President Obama is handling the conflict.
The IDF said its forces would still be stationed around portions of Gaza’s perimeter.
For the first time, the United States no longer has a say in Israel's future.
"Everyone is asking, what happens after the operation ends?" Avigdor Lieberman said.
U.S. uses its strongest language yet in condemning the attack.
White House adviser says administration "can't condone" strikes killing civilians.
The president also called for the release of an Israeli soldier captured by Hamas.
Two Democratic lawmakers called on CIA chief Brennan to resign.
Rep. Israel took issue with charges that Israel was not doing enough to protect civilians.
A three-day cease-fire in Gaza between Israel and Hamas ended Friday morning.
Neither Israel nor Palestine is a unitary actor.
Netanyahu offered a strong defense of Israel's operation, blaming Hamas for civilian deaths.
Forty-two percent of people in the U.S. say Israel’s actions are justified.
“Mass bombing of civilians is wrong no matter who does it - ok?” Tweeted John Cusack.
Netanyahu reportedly admonished U.S. "not to ever second guess me again."
Der Spiegel said unencrypted calls were made during the peak of negotiations in 2013.
Forty-three percent of those polled said they supported Israel.
Hamas has indicated the missing lieutenant may have been killed in action.
Hamas captured an Israeli soldier after an attack Friday.
The three-day truce brokered by the U.S. and the U.N. will begin on Friday morning.
Officials called for an investigation and avoided blaming either side for the attack.