The embarrassing U.S.-Saudi relationship reflects a structural flaw embedded in the U.S. economy.
The president is not just undermining democracy at home, he's emboldening violent authoritarians across the globe.
In a free-wheeling conversation, the president defends arms sales to Saudi Arabia and proclaims Brett Kavanaugh "innocent."
The current relationship of Washington and Riyadh is pathological in a lot of ways, and a policy rethink on both sides would benefit both countries.
Director Alexandria Bombach tells Truthdig how she avoided exploiting her subject's traumatic past in making her new documentary, “On Her Shoulders.”
Former captives say they are forced to disavow their religious beliefs and that their children are being placed in orphanages.
Riyadh has enjoyed a special relationship with Washington from the time President Franklin Roosevelt met with King Abdul Aziz in 1945.
A flurry of agreements generates unease in Washington over the speed of engagement between the longtime rivals.
Ethnic cleansing against a minority group was helped by social media.
His legacy is one of death and destruction, but that hasn't stopped liberals and conservatives alike from revering him as a hero in 2018.