Lebanese President Michel Aoun says he thinks Prime Minister Saad Hariri is being detained in Saudi Arabia.
The White House has made it crystal clear: The U.S. is staying in Afghanistan to fight and—so it insists—win.
The group's secretary-general says Saudis forced the Lebanese prime minister to announce his resignation in a bid to destabilize his country.
The linguist and activist offers blunt assessment of the administration's foreign policy as the president conducts his first Asian tour.
Critics and observers say the purge targeting princes, officials and businessmen is a power grab by the crown prince to sideline potential rivals.
A U.S. Army strategist recounts Congress' 70-year legacy of engaging in military action abroad without ever declaring war.
An “anti-corruption” commission led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman took dozens into custody, including billionaire Al-Waleed Bin Talal (pictured).
President Trump calls the decision in the case of the soldier who left his post in Afghanistan a "complete and total disgrace."