Gaza Strip News
Power Shortages Leave Gaza in the Dark
At night, large swaths of the Gaza Strip plunge into darkness _ the result of chronic and worsening power outages
Qatari Fuel Arrives in Gaza , Helping to Ease Power Crisis
Hamas: Fuel from Qatar arrives in Gaza, helping ease power shortage that sparked rare demonstrations
In Rare Demonstration, Thousands Protest Power Cuts in Gaza
Thousands of people took to the streets to protest chronic power cuts in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, in one of the largest unauthorized protests in the territory since the Islamic militant group took power a decade ago
The Latest: Thousands Protest Gaza Power Cuts
Thousands of people are participating in a demonstration in the Gaza Strip to protest chronic power cuts during the cold winter season
Israel Says Palestinians Smuggled Cameras to Gaza for Hamas
Israeli authorities have charged two Palestinians with helping to smuggle hundreds of cameras to the Gaza Strip for the Islamist group Hamas and others
Gaza Fisherman Who Collided With Israeli Ship Declared Dead
The family of a Palestinian fisherman who disappeared after colliding with an Israeli navy ship off the Gaza coast has declared him dead
Clinton Surrogates Rally Volunteers in Utah
ABC News' Charli James visits the campaign headquarters to talk with surrogates and volunteers the day before election day.
Strait Talk With Matt and LZ Special Edition Live From Detroit
ABC News Political Analysts Matt Dowd and LZ Granderson hold a special edition of straight talk with the students at the University of Detroit Mercy.
Strait Talk Detroit: What the Obama Administration Could Have Done Better for Religious Groups
LZ Granderson asks Ashley McGuire and Fatina Abdrabboh how the current administration disappointed people of faith.