Middle East

National security officials held a last-minute press conference to warn about foreign interference in the 2020 election.
Over 70 years after losing track of her friend, Ruth Brandspiegel heard Israel Eisenberg's name announced during a virtual synagogue service.
The lobbying giant raked in cash from both U.S. oil interests and Saudi Arabia, the nation that launched an oil war that sent fossil fuel prices tumbling.
The accords build on international space law by establishing “safety zones” around future moon bases to prevent conflict between states.
As part of his misleading attempt to portray himself as an anti-war candidate, Trump is now playing up his hopes to withdraw troops from Afghanistan.
GOP House members rejected a Democratic push for legislation to suspend some U.S. support to the kingdom and protect vulnerable critics of its regime.
The Fox News host went there discussing the aftermath of a grand jury's failure to charge Louisville cops with Taylor's killing.
The president is campaigning as a peacemaker, and last week ran Facebook ads bragging about his nomination for the "Noble Peace Prize."
Navid Afkari was accused of killing a man at a protest against the country's Shiite theocracy in 2018.
It's the latest Middle Eastern country to do so, following the United Arab Emirates.