Families of 9/11 victims have sought release of documents about possible ties between two hijackers and Saudi Arabia.
Pressure is mounting on the state to declassify information on Saudi leaders’ involvement in or support for the attacks.
Practically nothing seems to get in the way of war — and specifically, the sale of U.S. war weapons abroad.
The World Food Programme warns that Yemen is headed toward the biggest famine in modern history.
Biden has not directly sanctioned Prince Mohammed bin Salman for his role in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Biden described the war, supported by both the Obama and Trump admins, as a “humanitarian and strategic catastrophe.”
The Biden administration is imposing a temporary freeze on arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Weapons makers like Raytheon don’t just follow U.S. foreign policy; they make it through allies embedded in government.
Yemeni children are being starved by warring parties whose blockades and bomb attacks have decimated the country.
A war powers resolution would set a powerful precedent, while also reversing course in Yemen.