In the West Bank Tuesday, Secretary Rice urged Israelis and Palestinians to return to the negotiating table.
In the volatile West Bank city of Hebron, Israelis and a Palestinian leader met in search of a unique solution to the conflict.
Readers write about affirmative voting, bombings in Israel, judicial elections, and drilling in polar bear habitat.
Meeting in Cairo fails to mend the divide between President Abbas and Hamas over Gaza border.
Palestinian militants and Egypt restored some order on the border Sunday, and Hamas gains leverage in negotiations.
Hizb ut-Tahrir moves to fill void left by Hamas in the West Bank
In an interview, key Hamas strategist Mahmoud Zahar discusses how his movement has been preparing for a potentially imminent Israeli assault on Gaza.
In the Shuafat refugee camp in Jerusalem, residents say that Israeli interests will trump theirs despite Bush's vow of a peace deal this year.
In Jerusalem Wednesday, the president called for two democracies, Israel and Palestine, to live side by side.