July 31st, 2014
10:30 PM ET

Israeli company prepares for I.P.O. in the shadow of the Gaza crisis

Word of a ceasefire deal in Gaza comes as an Israeli company called Mobileye prepares for a big Wall Street debut. Mobileye is set for the largest ever I.P.O. of an Israeli company.

There are questions about the impact of constant violence on the Israeli economy and the longterm success of companies like Mobileye.

Ian Lee takes a closer look.

Filed under: Israel-Gaza conflict
July 31st, 2014
10:16 PM ET

Transporting Ebola patients to the U.S.

There has never been a case of Ebola treated in the United States. But on Thursday, a plane was sent to Liberia to evacuate two American aid workers who are battling the virus and bring them back to the U.S.

Transporting them is a delicate operation.

Tom Foreman looks at the extreme precautions being put in place.

Filed under: Ebola
July 31st, 2014
09:58 PM ET

Israel's complicated relationship with the United Nations

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.

Filed under: Gaza Strip • United Nations
July 31st, 2014
09:47 PM ET

What will it take for the ceasefire to succeed?

For the first time in weeks, Gaza and Israel are bracing for quiet.

Both sides agreed to a 72-hour cease-fire and negotiations that could lead to a longer cessation of violence.

Erin discussed the deal and the likelihood that it will succeed with Dan Senor, Co-Founder of the Foreign Policy Initiative and James Zogby who is the President of the Arab American Institute.

Wolf Blitzer broke the news live on Outfront, that Israel officially agreed to the cease-fire deal.

Filed under: Gaza Strip