There are now more journalists imprisoned in Turkey than in any other country in the world.
Al Qaeda continues to exploit conflicts in Syria, Yemen and Libya.
Eleven important stories that flew under the radar in 2017.
Is the paper's correspondent in Tehran pulling his punches for fear of being expelled?
The S-400 deal, reportedly worth about $2.5 billion, has caused concern in the West because Turkey is a member of NATO.
The consensus is that if the Attorney General indicts Netanyahu, the Prime Minister will have to resign.
Islamist extremists will welcome the survival of Assad's murderous regime.
Despite widespread criticism from abroad, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed "there will be others" moving embassies to Jerusalem.
Elliott Abrams writes that US diplomats will find ways to show we resent this gratuitous insult.
The commonly held notion that Muslims may not depict images of people is quite mistaken.
The haul of items included gold coins, an ancient crown and a sword, uncovered during an investigation dubbed "Operation Zeus."
As Pence cancels his Israel visit, Israelis mull what is meant by America First.
Hosted between a handful of NATO allies, U.S. nuclear arms in Europe have been in place for decades.
Debates on piety and modesty have become more frequent in Turkey as the country's leadership promotes religion as part of public life.
One year after a vicious battle turned the tides of war for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, he and his Russian ally want the U.S. gone.
Teva is laying off a quarter of its worldwide workforce: 14,000 will lose their jobs.
Turkey's president accused the United States of stoking tensions between Israel and Palestinians.
The former Israeli Opposition Leader cautiously welcomes a statement of the obvious.
"It was all theater," said the U.S.-backed commander who has since switched his allegiance to Turkey.
There is clear evidence of Hayden's role in the 9/11 intelligence failure and subsequent civil liberties violations.
The more extreme the criticism of Trump's announcement, the more Israelis defend it.
When someone in a position to stop violence 'predicts' violence, he is threatening that violence will occur.
The announcement serves no interest at all, other than the political interests of Trump and Netanyahu.