"Everybody is going to start second-guessing whether or not they can trust Trump," an analyst tells Newsweek.
The man tried to reconcile with his wife by filling the classroom where she worked with sweets, flowers, balloons and gifts.
U.S. officials say Iran recently tested its supercaptivating Hoot torpedo, capable of traveling 250 miles per hour by evaporating the water around it.
"What are Americans doing in the Persian Gulf? They had better get out of this region and not cause nuisance for the regional countries," Iran's Defense Minister Hossein Dehghan asked.
Rights groups say the move sends a dangerous signal.
Will the kingdom turn on its neighbors to head off a revolt at home?
Rights groups slam development as a means to target dissent in the Gulf Kingdom.
King Salman is bringing an entourage of 1,500, including 25 princes, to the Indonesian island.
Traditional allies are willing to cautiously overlook Trump's rhetoric on Muslims and terrorism if he opposes Iranian interests in the region.
The party, where guests are thought to have consumed alcohol, was hosted in Jeddah.
Those charged were accused of providing confidential information to Iranian intelligence.
Five reasons Iran will keep up its anti-US aggression in the Middle East.
It is unlikely the execution will change the world's view of the Saudi royal family, writes Simon Henderson.
The case will give the Saudi public confidence that justice is applied to all, writes Prince Faisal al-Saud.
He was the first member of Saudi royalty executed since 1975.
If the Saudi currency devalues, political instability may ensue.
Louisiana declares a state of emergency amid widespread flooding.
The scorched wetlands and river beds have turned the wind into sand storms. The wind "has turned the region into hell."
Some of the 10 crew members gave away capabilities of their vessels, one of them disclosing his vessel's potential speed and suggesting it was on a "presence" mission to demonstrate U.S. military power in the Gulf.
The auction bid for the number 1 license plate was 18 times the reserve price.
The Chechen leader claims Saudi Arabia find several projects "attractive".