His attorneys said a statement attributed to the former national security adviser was released due to "a misunderstanding."
Stormy Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti has released video seeming to show President Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen with a Qatari official who allegedly boasted about paying off U.S. politicians.
GOP fundraiser Elliott Broidy says Qatar leaked his emails to reporters in retaliation for his criticism of the Qatari government.
The White House aide allegedly turned on Qatar after the country failed to invest in a troubled Kushner property.
The channel secretly filmed lawmakers and activists in the pro-Israel community for months in 2016 and promised last year that it would release its documentary soon.
By James M. Dorsey Testimony of a star witness in a New York courtroom has revealed new allegations of Qatari wrongdoing
For now, the promotion of opponents of Sheikh Tamim appears to be more of a public relations stunt and fixture of the media war than a serious challenge.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup host has achieved a “genuine breakthrough” for workers, one international labor leader said. Others are less sure.
Food security has taken on a new dimension almost five months into the Gulf crisis that pits a UAE-Saudi alliance against
President Donald Trump’s travel ban has alienated a major source of revenue for Beverly Hills, California.
In the three-month-old Gulf crisis, nothing is too expensive or too down and dirty when it comes to buying influence, garnering
A three-month old crisis in the Gulf that has pitted Qatar against an alliance led by the UAE and Saudi Arabia has settled
Amidst scandals and media squabbles at home, United States President Donald Trump’s agenda in the Middle East finally broke
A French investigation into possible corruption in business deals related to Qatar’s winning of World Cup hosting rights
But given Doha’s failure to honor its past counterterrorism commitments to the U.S. as well as to its neighbors, the Trump
Another staffer of the new think tank has said Congress is funding a Third World "invasion" of the U.S.
The pampered petro-states of Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates expected a quick victory after imposing a quasi-blockade