On Syria, Iran, and a Palestinian state, Israel's new leadership disagrees with the Obama administration.
The US pledged $900 million, but said the money would not go to Hamas.
Defense Secretary Gates said Tehran was not close to having a bomb. A new report in which senior advisers to Obama participated urges further sanctions.
Without a shift in the Israeli policy that doesn’t allow building materials into Gaza, much of the $2.8 billion that Palestinians hope to raise at a donors’ conference Monday will be limited to humanitarians needs.
Israeli groups that focus on Jewish and Arab coexistence are just beginning to wrestle with the fallout from the Gaza war.
At Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, he announced that all combat troops would depart by Aug. 31, 2010. Following are the president's prepared remarks.
The recent war, plunging crude prices, and an economic crisis haven't derailed plans for a gated community in the Caucasus.