The kingdom's expensive influence machine keeps U.S. foreign policy on Saudi Arabia's side.
With the rise of a new kind of American death cult, our president might be considered the superpower version of Islamic State's leader.
The U.S. is engaged in real wars in which bombs are dropped and people are killed, wounded and displaced. Yet here at home, none of it seems real.
To get a picture of “blowback” in action, just do an internet search for such phrases as “warmest years,” “rising sea levels” and “future climate refugees."
It’s up to us to protest, resist, change, communicate and convince, to fight for life rather than its destruction in the age of Trump.
Like Barack Obama and George W. Bush, President Trump has opted for continuing, even escalating, America’s war for the Middle East.
When it comes to overseas reporting, “fixers”—those resourceful, wired-in locals who know all the right people—often make stories possible.