As graphic images from Gaza flood social media platforms, many people are claiming those images are fake, in the latest iteration of a disturbing trope.
Foreign policy doesn't always make headlines in presidential campaigns, but with the U.S. involved in two foreign wars — and facing a rising adversary in China, voters are paying more attention.
U.S. and Israeli officials are in Qatar working on a new cease-fire extension. At least 30 Palestinians in Israeli jails and 10 hostages held in Gaza by Hamas are likely to be freed on Wednesday.
Under an extension of a temporary cease-fire, Hamas freed 12 more hostages on Tuesday, including 10 Israelis and two foreign nationals, Israel's military said. About 160 hostages remain in captivity.
Israel says it has already received a list of Israeli hostages Hamas proposes to release in exchange for Israel freeing more Palestinian prisoners. But possible signs of a fraying truce are emerging.
Hamas released 11 Israelis and a bus with Palestinian prisoners arrived in the West Bank after the two sides announced a continuation of their temporary cease-fire to facilitate more exchanges.
The announcement from the Islamist militant group came after a third hostages-for-prisoners swap with Israel in which 17 captives and 39 Palestinian prisoners were released.
We came to a refugee camp in Jordan to ask what is on people's minds, as war and violence unfold in places that may be miles away, but that feel central to their identities.
Romi Gonen, 23, was wounded and taken hostage during the Oct. 7 Hamas-led attack. Her sister Yarden and other relatives are awaiting word if Romi will be released as part of a negotiated hostage deal.
It seems hard to fathom today, but 25 years ago, a relatively calm Gaza appeared to be progressing toward a Palestinian state — and President Bill Clinton inaugurated the Gaza International Airport.
A strong majority of Jewish Americans are Democrats, but the Israel-Hamas war is highlighting fault lines in the Democratic Party over U.S. policy toward Israel.
Satellite imagery shows a steady increase in the number of buildings destroyed in middle and southern Gaza. Most damage appeared after Oct. 13, when Israel's military urged evacuation from the north.
Scott Simon remarks on how details during times of war, from personal stories, capture the true devastation of it.
Young voters lean toward Democrats but amid the U.S. response to the Israel-Hamas war, many Gen Z and millennial Americans are trying to find where they fit in the party - if at all.
The community turned out overwhelmingly for Joe Biden, helping him win the swing state. But many now feel betrayed by the president's response to the Israel-Hamas war and it could cost him in 2024.