WASHINGTON — The Biden administration released a newly declassified document late Saturday describing connections the F.B.I. examined between the hijackers and the Saudi government in…View More F.B.I. Releases Newly Declassified Document Related to Sept. 11 Attacks
WASHINGTON — Making good on a campaign promise, President Biden directed the Justice Department and other federal agencies on Friday to oversee the review and…View More Biden Moves to Declassify Some Documents Related to Sept. 11
On Friday, Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary, said that White House officials had met in recent weeks with groups representing families of victims,…View More U.S. Signals It Will Release Some Still-Secret Files on Saudi Arabia and 9/11
In the early months of the Trump administration, prosecutors say another alleged Emirati agent named Rashid Sultan Rashid Al Malik Alshahhi — also indicted on…View More A Foreign Agent in Trump’s Inner Circle?
AMMAN, Jordan — In a shabby state security court on the outskirts of the Jordanian capital, a highly unusual trial is unfolding that provides a…View More Royal Drama Unfolds in Court, but a Prince at the Center of It Is Absent
The approval would have allowed members of the Saudi Royal Guard to enter the United States on visas processed by the American Embassy in Riyadh.…View More Saudi Operatives Who Killed Khashoggi Received Paramilitary Training in U.S.
One option under consideration is to join with a major European nation also hoping to host the World Cup. So far, only Britain and a…View More Saudi Arabia Mulls Bid to Host 2030 World Cup
Clubhouse policy bans users from recording conversations without participants’ consent, but the company says it temporarily records audio for investigating reports of policy violations. It…View More Clubhouse App Creates Space for Open Talk in Middle East
BEIRUT, Lebanon — In a prime-time television interview four years ago, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia dismissed the idea that his kingdom…View More Fierce Foes, Iran and Saudi Arabia Secretly Explore Defusing Tensions
She was way off, and so were many others, including governmental agencies. Solar power surpassed 1 percent of global electricity generation in the middle of…View More The Wind and Solar Boom Is Here