In Hebron, many settlers have joined the ranks of the Israeli military. Palestinians and Israeli human rights activists say the result has been abuse and harassment.
President Biden's executive order, issued Thursday, names four people and will lay the groundwork for financial sanctions against Israeli settlers who carry out violent assaults.
An Israeli radio station is broadcasting messages and songs to hostages in Gaza, and a Palestinian station in the West Bank is broadcasting families' messages to relatives recently jailed in Israel.
Usually at this time of year, Palestinian olive farmers in the West Bank are hard at work in their groves. But because of the war in Gaza, many have not been able to access their land.
In the Israeli-occupied West Bank, a recent poll found 68% of Palestinians say the Oct. 7 Hamas attack was a legitimate act of defiance and support for the group has more than tripled to 44%.
Elizabeth Price's son Hisham Awartani was one of three men of Palestinian descent shot on Saturday in Vermont. Speaking to NPR from Ramallah, Price fears her son "is confronting a life of disability."
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.
Hamas freed 17 hostages and Israel released 39 Palestinian detainees. We take a look at what has happened so far.
There are days when you head out to report a story, and you think you know where it's going. And then it spins in an entirely different direction. This is the story of one such day.