Secretary of State John Kerry is Israel, meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Tomorrow he goes to the West Bank to talk with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abba. This is Kerry's tenth trip to the Middle East, where he's trying to create a framework for peace talks with the goal of a two-state solution. Today, in Jerusalem, he told the press, "We know the parameters and possibilities of peace…The time is soon arriving where leaders are going to have to make difficult decisions." Jodi Rudoren is Jerusalem Bureau Chief for the New York Times.