John F. Kennedy and Nikita Khrushchev avoided nuclear war in 1962. Whether Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un will do so remains a question.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says his nation opposes the Trump-Putin cease-fire in Syria, and that Israeli position could push the U.S. toward wider wars.
While alleged 2016 election interference grabs headlines, the bigger test may be whether the Donald Trump-Vladimir Putin accord made at the G-20 summit holds.
The "Trews" host (left) deconstructs President Trump's speech to the international summit in Germany and discusses the meeting's possible global outcomes. (At right, the U.K.’s Theresa May.)
President Trump's public alignment with Saudi Arabian King Salman in his anti-Iran campaign could engulf the Middle East in a new global crisis.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights is reportedly "extremely concerned" by four neighboring countries' demand that Qatar shut down the television news network.
The veteran investigative reporter and founder of Consortiumnews.com is honored for a career of truth-telling and dissidence.
Iran is a paragon of human rights, democracy and social liberty compared with some of our Middle Eastern allies. But our policymakers aren’t letting that sway them.
Egypt, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the UAE want the Pan-Arab news network silenced. It has less independence than in earlier years but is still a voice that would be sorely missed if lost.
Trump’s newfound ardor for the Saudi regime is a far cry from his past positions, including his campaign assertion that the Saudis were behind the 9/11 attacks.