Despite New US Sanctions, Democrats Remain Critical Of Trump's Handling Of The Khashoggi Case
In both the House and Senate, Democrats vow to force the Trump administration to take tougher action in January.
Trump Wants To Cancel Birthright Citizenship. The US Has Already Helped One Country Do That.
“The Dominican Republic in a way foretold what was to happen in other countries. Even the United States.”
Trump’s Relations With Other Nations Are Not Likely To Change After The Midterms
Foreign diplomats had been waiting to see what change the midterms would bring. Now they’re not expecting to see much change at all.
As The Votes Rolled In From The Midterms, North Korea Canceled Another Meeting With Trump Officials
The State Department insists it was just a scheduling issue. But it keeps happening.
RT Says It Has “No Plans” To Hire Dana Rohrabacher
The Southern California Republican was projected to lose his job on Tuesday. He won’t find a new one at the Russian media outlet.
The Trump Administration Says It Will Soon Impose New Sanctions On Russia Over The Skripal Poisonings
The new sanctions are required by a 1991 law that set a 90-day deadline for Russia to admit its guilt in the Skripal nerve agent poisoning.
Saudi Arabia Sought To Create A New Media Project Months Before Journalist's Murder
A former head of CNN said he had been contacted over the effort — a TV entertainment channel.
The Sanctions That Trump’s “Game Of Thrones” Tweet Warned About Have Arrived
The European Union was not among those that will receive an exemption from US sanctions on Iranian oil exports.
He’s 88 Years Old, And Apparently A Threat To Everything On The Right
The story of Soros the man is well known, though perhaps not quite as well known as that of Soros the myth.
Here's Why You Shouldn't Expect Much To Change In US–Saudi Relations After Khashoggi's Murder
The long history of US–Saudi relations has had many moments when the US might have struck back at the kingdom. A web of common interests has kept that from happening.
Mike Pompeo Announced That The US Is Pulling The Visas Of 21 Saudis Over Jamal Khashoggi’s Murder
It’s the first action the United States has taken to respond to the death of the Washington Post columnist. Pompeo said it will not be the last.
Meet The Woman Who Is Proudly Russia’s Troll-In-Chief
Maria Zakharova has revolutionized what it means to be a Russian diplomat — in real life and online. “She’s like Marmite: Some people love her and some people hate her.”
In Washington, Israel Stays Quiet As Anger Grows Over Saudi Arabia And Jamal Khashoggi
“What could they possibly do in this situation that could be constructive in any way?”
Democrats Voice New Doubts About Trump After Pompeo Learns Little About Khashoggi's Disappearance
“What is the point of the Secretary’s trip if not to find facts?”
Trump Is Giving Saudi Arabia The Benefit Of The Doubt In The Khashoggi Case, But Other Republicans Aren't
Trump tweeted that Mohammed bin Salman had assured him he had nothing to do with the likely murder of Khashoggi. But Republican senators showed little interest in granting Mohammed the benefit of the doubt.
Here's Why The US Has Been Cozying Up To Authoritarians In Eastern Europe
From meetings with Hungarians to considering a Balkan border change, Wess Mitchell is credited with shifting policy to counter Moscow. Is it working?
Washington Think Tanks Still Divided On Whether To Return Saudi Donations Over Journalist's Disappearance
The Middle East Institute, a prominent Washington think tank, said it would no longer seek donations from Saudi Arabia, but the Center for Strategic and International Studies said it was undecided.
US Pastor Andrew Brunson Has Been Released In Turkey After Two Years Of Detention
Brunson was sentenced to time served and freed by a court on Friday.
5 Things Nikki Haley Will Be Remembered For At The UN
With her resignation Tuesday, Nikki Haley draws her two-year stint as US ambassador to the UN to a close.