The United Nations helped broker the the 72-hour ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.
It comes after the U.N. says several U.N. schools that were being used as shelters by Palestinians were shelled by Israel.
The history of strained relations between Israel and the U.N. goes back decades.
Richard Roth has the story.
So the U.S. and Russia have finally reached an agreement on a UN resolution to rid Syria of its chemical weapons – but did Russia get exactly what it wanted?
The agreement does not authorize the automatic use of force if Syria violates the terms. Outfront to discuss is State Department Spokeswoman Jen Psaki.
Our second story OutFront: a victory for Palestinians.
The West Bank celebrated today after the United Nations gave Palestinians a small step toward statehood, something they've wanted for years.
The Palestinian Authority is now recognized by the U.N. as a "non-member observer state." The resolution was passed against the will of the United States and Israel, who were in the minority – just nine countries voted against it.
The vote gives the Palestinians a higher profile at the U.N., but more importantly, it also means they can join organizations like the International Criminal Court. And that could allow the Palestinians to pursue war crimes charges against Israel.
OutFront tonight is Silvan Shalom, the Vice Prime Minister of Israel.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu draws a red line, literally, for Iran. CNN's Erin Burnett talks to Iranian-American journalist, Hooman Majd about Israel's claims against Iran's nuclear program. Do they add up?
OutFront tonight: Hooman Majd, author of The Ayatollahs' Democracy & The Ayatollah Begs to Differ.
In a speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad made heated claims that Iran is under threat of military action from "uncivilized Zionists," an obvious reference to Israel. FULL POST