Why Is President Trump Attempting to Build Saudi Arabia's Nuclear Energy Program?
A global energy policy expert explains why one of the most oil-rich countries in the world is investing in nuclear and why Congress is concerned.
Oversight Committee Raises Ethics Concerns About Trump's Proposed Nuclear Power Deal With Saudi Arabia
The proposal gained traction in the early days of the administration because two top Trump advisers, who had potential financial stakes in the plan, pushed it to the president.
Jamal Khashoggi's Death Underlines the Influence of U.S Foreign Policy in the Middle East
The United States has, over the years, weakened several important norms and signals that may have discouraged the violent actions of the Saudi government.
Tensions Grow Over Journalist Jamal Khashoggi's Disappearance (in Photos)
The Saudi journalist is presumed dead by many, though the evidence isn't conclusive.
U.N. Experts Say the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia Could Have Committed War Crimes in Yemen
A new report implicates the governments of Yemen, the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia in war crimes that include rape and torture.
Viewfinder: Yemen Buries Children Killed by Saudi-Led Coalition Airstrike
Yemeni children take part in a mass funeral in the northern Yemeni city of Saada for children killed in an airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition last week.
Saudi Women Gear Up as the Country Prepares to Lift Its Discriminatory Driving Ban (in Photos)
Saudi Arabia is set to lift its decades-old ban on women driving on Sunday.
Viewfinder: The 2018 FIFA World Cup Opening Ceremony in Moscow
A dancer looks on during the opening ceremony prior to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Group A match between Russia and Saudi Arabia at Luzhniki Stadium on June 14th, 2018, in Moscow, Russia.
Viewfinder: Qatari-Owned Camels Stuck in Kuwait City
Camels belonging to Qatari owners are seen inside a truck next to the Shuwaikh Port in Kuwait City, Kuwait, on February 28th, 2018.