And we start today with an update on the latest news on the situation in Israel and Gaza.
Conditions in Gaza have deteriorated.
On Friday, Israel's military dropped leaflets on Gaza's largest city, urging roughly 1 million residents to move south for their own safety.
Many people there have since been trying to flee ahead of an expected ground invasion, but over the weekend, that's proven to be exceedingly difficult.
We'll hear more now about the current situation.
And I do want to warn you that some of the material we're about to see might be tough to watch.
Dozens of Palestinians dig through rubble, desperately searching for survivors in the aftermath of an airstrike.
More than half of Gaza's 2 million residents who live in the Northern section of the Strip were told to evacuate, ahead of an anticipated Israeli ground assault on Hamas.
But leaving is also deadly.
An apparent explosion Friday along a main evacuation route killed a number of people, including children.
The IDF says Hamas was responsible.
It appears that they have -- they've physically prevented people from moving from north to south.
And also it appears that they have booby-traps, some of the roads.
Even emergency crews are not safe from the constant barrage.
Hospitals in the area already struggling are now overwhelmed.
We considered it a humanitarian chronic emergency over many, many years, and now it's a complete catastrophe.
There are major gaps in food, water, shelter, sanitation.
People now are being forced into these unsanitary overcrowded settings, risks of disease outbreaks.
Lack of electricity, along with food and water shortages in both the northern and southern parts of Gaza are becoming very real concerns.
I am searching here under the rubble for the remains of lentils and rice.
Many who have taken refuge in a UN-run school, sleep on the ground, and try to comfort their families.
It's a tragedy. There's no water, no electricity. And I have no money. I'm standing here and hungry, wondering what's left.
Palestinians who hold foreign passports are also in dire straits.
The only remaining route out of Gaza is through Egypt.
Egypt's Foreign Minister says the crossing is open, but the roads are so damaged.
They are impassable even for humanitarian aid.