Palestinian Authority Government Takes OathNo changes were made to the make-up of the government headed by Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah.
New PA Government to be Sworn InA PA government headed by Rami Hamdallah will be sworn in before Chairman Mahmoud Abbas on Thursday evening in Ramallah.
Abbas and Resigned PM to MeetPA Chairman will meet with prime minister Rami Hamdallah in a new bid to defuse a political crisis that prompted the premier to resign.
Palestinian Authority PM May Withdraw ResignationNewly-appointed Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah likely to withdraw his resignation after meeting with Abbas.
PA Official: The Financial Crisis is Getting WorseThe PA is $4.2 billion in internal and external debt, announces its deputy prime minister.
New PA Government Includes Ministerial ChangesPA prime minister Rami Hamdallah's new cabinet, includes changes in around half the ministerial portfolios.
Abbas Names New Prime MinisterRami Hamdallah will be the Palestinian Authority's new prime minister, replacing Salam Fayyad.
Electric Company: PA Residents Not Forced to PayPalestinian Authority Arabs who do not pay for electricity are not cut off.
Fayyad Denies Speaking to the New York TimesOutgoing PA Prime Minister denies giving an interview to the New York Times, in which he blamed the PA’s troubles on failed leadership.
Fayyad Blames Failed Leadership and IsraelThe PA's outgoing Prime Minister, Salam Fayyad, blames failed leadership for the PA’s problems, but also accuses Israel - as usual.
PA Looking for New Prime MinisterPA mulling the prospect of a new prime minister after Salam Fayyad resigned.
Abbas Accepts Fayyad's ResignationPA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas accepts the resignation of his prime minister Salam Fayyad, who quite despite U.S. efforts for him to stay.
U.S.: Fayyad Not Going Anywhere, as Far as We KnowThe United States reacts warily to reports that PA Prime Minister Salam Fayyad would resign because of a dispute with Mahmoud Abbas.
PA in Jerusalem for Ramadan PreparationsPA officials visit the Temple Mount and PA police patrol Jerusalem during Ramadan.
PA Appeals to Arab Ministers for More MoneyThe Palestinian Authority has appealed to the Arab League for more money, citing the “worst budget crisis” in nearly 20 years.