It is time to end the killing and carnage.
Obama offered support and caution for Israel's operation in Gaza.
"No child, whether they are Palestinian or Israeli, deserves to die," he said.
Israel and Hamas agreed to a five-hour, United Nations brokered pause Wednesday.
The $490 billion spending bill would also keep Apache helicopters in the National Guard.
Obama condemned "inexcusable attacks from Hamas."
“Any country would act to defend itself against this,” Netanyahu said.
Israel is “extremely reluctant to go in on the ground,” Martin Indyk said
The Republican said U.S. influence around the globe “has never been less than it is today.”
Consider the media coverage of the latest violence that has flared up between Israel and Hamas.
An Israeli police officer accused of beating a Palestinian-American teenager in East Jerusalem last...
The embassy had announced that it would operate “at minimal staffing until further notice."
No burning of the midnight oil for the Audacious One.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israel's defense minister ordered the operation.
"Hamas terrorists fired 3 mortars," the IDF tweeted.
Obama says he's confident foreign policy challenges will be met.
The IDF said several Hamas rockets reached deep into Israel.
Those donors who value Israel's existence need not fear a President Paul.
“I don’t think Hamas is seeking a confrontation," Maen Rashid Areikat said.
“Of course they’re developing nuclear weapons," Benjamin Netanyahu said.
The Israeli military said four soldiers were wounded during a brief incursion.
Congress should take note of what its closest allies across the Atlantic are doing.
The secretary of State is hitting the phones to try and ease the conflict in the Middle East.
A spokesman described rocket attacks emanating from the Gaza Strip as "vicious."