The U.S. secretary of state said a list of 13 demands included some that would be “very difficult” for Qatar to meet.
One report, by the Associated Press, also found that U.S. forces participated in interrogations of prisoners in Yemen.
Israel says the Palestinian Authority is starving Hamas and the coastal enclave of electricity.
Disappointed with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, liberal Jews vow to keep fighting for a mixed-gender area at the site.
Tensions soar in 24-hour period that sees U.S. shoot down Syrian jet and Iranian strikes against ISIS in Syria.
In the last square mile the Islamic State controls, residents are bracing for the militants’ last stand.
The surprise move could have with deep ramifications for the monarchy and the broader Middle East.
Trump’s son-in-law leads a mission to see whether peace talks can be restarted.
This hard-line cleric has riled neighbors for years. Will Qatar be forced to shut him down?
Syrian activists said the military coalition led by the United States destroyed a house that had been turned into a prison, a claim the coalition said it was investigating.
The Defense Department detailed the activity after a White House statement warning Syria against an attack. Syria and its Russian patrons rejected the accusation.
The White House has warned there are "potential preparations for another chemical weapons attack" by the Syrian regime and told the country's president, Bashar al-Assad, he will face a "heavy price" if one is carried out.
An official from the United Arab Emirates condemned the leak of the list, calling it an “attempt to undermine serious mediation.”
The assault began with a suicide car bomb outside the base just before the start of the morning’s rush hour.
As ground forces advance, airstrikes intensify, and residents trapped in the city suffer the consequences, an official said.
Bob Corker, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, appeared to be trying to aid an effort by Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson to ...
Ever since Donald Trump signed the first executive order banning people from seven countries from entering the U.S. on January 27, it's been nothing but trouble.
Bowing to pressure from the ultra-Orthodox parties, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu froze plans for an egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall, one of Judaism's holiest sites.