A halt in security coordination between Israel and Palestine has left infants off of registration rolls and in limbo.
Israel seems to have temporarily halted the annexation of the Jordan Valley, but life on the ground remains a challenge.
Dr. Salam Khashan, an OB-GYN in Gaza, on what it's like to brace for COVID-19 in a place already suffering from severe medical shortages.
Minnesota Rep. Betty McCollum's comments mark the first time a Congress member has referred to the lobby as such.
Airbnb, General Mills, and TripAdvisor are among the companies being called out in a new report from the UN.
In the 60s, Al-Bara'em became Palestine's first band to perform original songs in Arabic. Now, a band member's son hopes to preserve their legacy.
The plan, which favors Israel, has already been rejected by Palestinian leadership.
An IDF tweet in support of cancer patients ignored the reality of what it's like to need healthcare in Gaza.
It’s possible to scrape the biographical data of thousands of Palestinians from an exposed server.
This has long been one of few bipartisan issues, but that could change in 2020.
Palestinian Harvard Freshman Sent Back to Lebanon After Border Officials Searched His Computer and Phone
The incoming freshman was detained for eight hours at Boston's Logan Airport before being returned to Lebanon.
The congresswoman announced Friday morning, right after Israel reversed course and said it would let her into the country.