Let's start this show today with an update on the conflict in Israel and Gaza.
I know it's been a lot to take in, so we'll have a special show tomorrow to talk about how this war has affected people on the ground, as well as people like you and me who are watching this all unfold.
More than 4,000 people have died since Hamas attacked Israel, nearly two weeks ago.
Many of those deaths have been in Gaza, which is still under siege by Israel following Hamas attack.
Israel announced last week that it would cut off electricity, food, water, and fuel to the Palestinian enclave.
Tens of thousands of Palestinians are trying to flee the violence.
And many are calling for a ceasefire. As of Tuesday, that hadn't happened.
Today, President Joe Biden is in Israel to show his support, but also to look for ways to ease the humanitarian crisis in Gaza.
He'll meet with regional leaders in the neighboring country of Jordan, including Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, King Abdullah II of Jordan and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.
Here is cnn's John Lorinc with more.
As the war between Israel and Hamas escalates, presidential Biden will meet with Israeli officials, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Wednesday, according to Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
United States and Israel have agreed to develop a plan that will enable humanitarian aid from donor nations and multilateral organizations to reach civilians in Gaza and them alone, including the possibility of creating areas to help keep civilians out of harm's way.
Blinken adds that Biden will "reaffirm the United States' solidarity with Israel."
That's a stance agreed upon by the Senate's majority and minority leaders.
I will be working with the administration on putting together an emergency supplemental that will give Israel the tools it needs to defend itself.
The surest way to stop violence against Israelis and oppression of Palestinians is to wipe terrorists like Hamas from the face of the earth.
The 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit is headed to the waters off the coast of Israel.
And the Pentagon is preparing U.S. troops for a potential deployment to the country for medical and logistical support.
But the Biden White House is still looking for a diplomatic solution.
The President still believes even for all this conflict, he still believes in the promise of a two-state solution that the Palestinians deserve their own state, a place where they can call home.