A gunbattle along Israel's southern border with Egypt left three Israeli soldiers and an Egyptian officer dead Saturday, officials said. It was a rare instance of deadly violence along the frontier.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: The U.S. House plans to vote tonight on a debt ceiling deal. Far-right Republicans could complicate the math of the agreement. Plus, Mike Pence cancels on Georgia's GOP convention. But first, an outpouring of support for former first lady Rosalynn Carter after her family reveals her dementia diagnosis.
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Palestinian health officials said 13 people were killed in all, including the commanders, their wives, several of their children and others nearby.
The Israeli military said its forces attacked targets in Syria after six rockets were launched from Syrian territory in two batches toward Israel in a rare attack from Israel's northeastern neighbor.
The escalating conflict in Israel and the occupied territories has played out against a backdrop of religious celebrations — Ramadan for Muslims, Passover for Jews and Easter for Christians.
An alleged shooting attack in the northern occupied West Bank killed two women and seriously wounded another, Israeli medics said on Friday.
The Israeli prime minister is pushing back on U.S. warnings against his coalition taking steps that critics say will undermine judicial independence and democracy.
Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert says the government's choice to delay a vote on a controversial judicial overhaul amounts to a temporary compromise. He tells NPR what he'd like to see next.
Tens of thousands of Israelis poured into the streets of cities to protest Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu firing his defense minister for challenging the Israeli leader's judicial overhaul plan.
The Israeli military says it was targeting a militant group in the West Bank called the Lion's Den. So far this year, at least 55 Palestinians — including civilians — have been killed.
Officials say a 6-year-old boy and a man in his 20s were killed when a Palestinian driver rammed a car into a group of people at a bus stop in a largely ultra-Orthodox Jewish settlement neighborhood.
Despite huge protests, Israel's new far-right government is doubling down on its first major initiative: to weaken the judiciary. Hungary and Poland's far-right did the same when they entered office.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday announced a series of punitive steps against the Palestinians, including plans to beef up Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank.