Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah was unharmed and went on to inaugurate a long-awaited sewage plant project in the northern part of the strip.
"It's almost beyond comprehension that a state, an organized state would do something like that," Rex Tillerson said on a trip to Africa.
"We've had some groups of Taliban — small groups — who have either started to come over or expressed an interest in talking," Defense Secretary Mattis said.
Trump's long-promised border wall is slowly becoming reality, but Mexico says it's still not paying for it.
Federal data on when and why agents search the phones of domestic air passengers "remains shrouded in secrecy," the American Civil Liberties Union says.
The battle between Manson's grandson, a long time pen pal and a purported son began after the cult leader's death in November.
Egg freezing clinics come under scrutiny after two major malfunctions in different parts of the country result in possible loss of thousands of eggs, embryos.
President Donald Trump blocked Singapore chipmaker Broadcom from pursuing a hostile takeover of U.S. rival Qualcomm, ruling the proposed combination would imperil national security.
Republican congressional candidate Rick Saccone on Monday evening asserted that his political opponents "hate" the president, the United States, and even God.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions urged federal prosecutors Monday to bring criminal charges against people who falsely claim they're legally entitled to buy a gun, one of a series of steps the Justice Department is taking to help improve school safety.