"Gosh, I went back to take a look at Art. I, sec. 8, cl. 11 of the Constitution, and it looks like someone recently amended it," Conway tweeted.
"There's a vacuum of leadership inside the White House," the former White House communications director said.
"This is nonetheless a historically large disruption on critical oil infrastructure and these events represent a sharp escalation in threats to global supply with risks of further attacks," the bank wrote.
The weekend strike on the Saudi Abqaiq facility appears to have dashed any hopes of a detente between Washington and Tehran.
"Such [American] comments and measures are more akin to the plots hatched by secret and intelligence services for damaging the image of a state to prepare the ground for a series of [hostile] measures," the Iranian Foreign Ministry said.
Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi rebels claimed responsibility for drone attacks at the world's largest oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia, military and government spokespersons said Saturday.
A shale oil boom in the U.S. is helping to create a glut in supply, putting pressure on OPEC to cut production.
Let's pay tribute to the victims of the 9/11 attacks with a bold action to ensure that we don't create more victims.
If Mohammad Bin Salman is so keen on women's rights, why are women's rights activists in prison? And where is our backlash?
Previously women had to gain approval from a male guardian in order to obtain a passport.
Democrats have previously alleged the administration may have broken federal laws and guidelines in its numerous transfers of U.S. nuclear technology to the Middle Eastern country.
It's too late for Jamal Khashoggi. But for the hundreds of people imprisoned on trumped-up charges, the detainees tortured, the Yemeni civilians under attack, and every Saudi woman and girl who has fewer rights than men, there is still hope.
The United States is deploying fighter jets and Patriot missiles just south of Riyadh to bolster defense against future Iranian threats.
Trump enjoys high approval ratings because he innures his followers to objective reporting. But his war on the media is now reaching frighetning new heights.
"We need to reevaluate our long-term relationship with Saudi Arabia," Republican Senator John Barasso said.
Not everyone, it seems, accepts Saudi Arabia—even when they're paid handsomely for their acceptance.
Reporters Without Borders said they had to meet with Saudi officials to explain just how bad the kingdom's reputation has become.
DJ Steve Aoki and former One Direction band member Liam Payne are still scheduled to perform.
At least 122 people have been executed by the Saudi government this year as the royal family intensifies a crackdown on dissenters.
Only in the Trump era could such a potent symbol of freedom as the Statue of Liberty be appropriated by a dictatorship like Saudi Arabia.
"Uncertainties remain, the challenge gets harder, but the future's bright, now we've a charter," the OPEC+ poem read.
U.S. president will hold talks with Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Saturday.
Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said a military conflict between Washington and Tehran would be an "international crisis."
"You have other bad leaders in the world, but they don't finance terrorism. They're not involved in terrorism," UN Ambassador Danny Danon said.
"If you're going to look at Saudi Arabia, look at Iran, look at other countries," the president said.
President Trump sounds as if he is searching for a way out of the trap that the hawks in his administration have set for him. Will he make it out in time?
"I want to ask you what you think when you hear the following words," she told the minister, before reading details from the UN's probe of the killing.
"What's happening in Saudi Arabia is not normal," the typically close Trump ally and Republican senator said.