The plot reportedly involved a Saudi national and two Syrians.
Turkey's present leadership is tilting away from the United States.
A Saudi-led coalition is halting its bombing campaign in Yemen.
Obama's two recent trips abroad sum up the hope and disappointments of his foreign policy.
He is forcing the Middle Eastern countries to address a common enemy with comparatively little...
Like its neighbors, an emirate of the UAE is open for business.
Raif Badawi has been sentenced to 1,000 lashes and prison in Saudi Arabia.
The president is visiting Saudi Arabia to offer condolences after the king's death.
Oil prices spiked as much as 3 percent Friday but remained at their lowest point since 2008.
But they both want US oil producers to cut back production in our higher-cost oil fields.
Crafting a deal faces major technical obstacles. The political hurdles may be even higher.
When it comes to foreign policy, we always seem to be fighting the last war.
The president pledges weapons in return for support of his deal with Iran.
The Speaker though doesn't believe U.S. ships should intercept an Iranian convoy in the region.
Iraq's leader is critical of the Saudi offensive backed by the United States.
Lawmakers called on King Salman to better protect women, religious minorities and reformers.
There are elements of his policy, teased from the blizzard of events, that are actually positive.
Uncertainly is the only way to characterize the region in the wake of King Abdullah's death.
Sen. John McCain, Rep. Nancy Pelosi and James Baker are in the delegation.
Obama intends to highlight U.S. support for kingdom with quick visit.
Opponents are degrading U.S. competitiveness and undermining energy security.
Obstructing oil exports has put the US at the mercy of global competitors.
Sustained low prices in oil translate into a direct economic stimulus.
Military campaigns take time to work, yet some are already asking for results.