The U.S. president’s thinking has been shaped and informed largely by these three men.
"If you are a broker, you do not want to kiss one side and kick the other," Ahmad Tibi tells Newsweek.
The foiled suicide plot comes after four attacks in the U.K. claimed by the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) this year.
Arab leaders have expressed outrage at Trump's intention to move the embassy.
CHAMP missiles emit sharp pulses of microwave energy to disable electronic systems.
The State Department has warned American embassies to tighten security ahead of the president's possible decision.
Fifty-six percent of those asked described the relationship with the U.S. as bad or very bad.
The proposal, he said, would be a more humanitarian option for the European Union.
Last month, a special ops units became the last of the military branches to begin carrying the aid.
Investigators are examining whether he used position to aid nuclear power plant projects in Middle East.
Former Secretary of State John Kerry says Netanyahu was "genuinely agitating toward action."
Jayda Fransen had gained more than seven thousand followers in less than six hours.
Riyadh's Mohammed bin Nayef Care Center offers a controversial de-radicalization strategy.
The religious headwear is designed with over 3,500 sparkling Swarovski crystals.
The government praised Alireza Karimi-Mashiani for his “noble and heroic action.”
Police say 20-year-old wanted to "kill as many people as he could."
Britons paid around $27 million for the protection of Prince William and Kate Middleton's 2011 wedding.
Jihadis told village elders to stop collaborating with security forces or suffer the consequences.
People were reported to be running away from the area but the panic proved to be unfounded.
Worshippers belonged to the Sufi sect of Islam that jihadis accuse of idolatry.
The future Saudi leader is modernizing the Gulf Kingdom, and readers are buying into it.
Militants carried out the attack in the town of Bir al-Abd, near Arish city.
Law enforcement has changed its definition of a "fugitive from justice."
In May 10 meeting, the president leaked content of a classified operation, according to new report.
The group is infighting in the eastern province of Nangahar.
Archaeologists discovered the trove of artifacts on the Mediterranean seabed near the city of Alexandria.