Yemen

President Donald Trump’s approval rating is sinking among active-duty troops, according to a new poll.
Trump "wanted to play the big man going to war," says the father of Navy SEAL William Ryan Owens, who died in a Yemen raid ordered by Trump at Mar-a-Lago.
After an arduous journey to the U.S., Osamah Mahyoub was initially denied protection by immigration officials and faced deportation back to Yemen.
The lapse in benefits would be devastating not only to the economy but also to those Americans still struggling to pay bills on time, including rent.
People including a newborn baby and a toddler with breathing problems are stranded in a country with no U.S. Embassy.
From the U.S. and Saudi Arabia to their nemesis Iran, foreign powers made Yemen especially vulnerable to COVID-19 — and aren't helping enough.
After five years of war, Yemen’s poor health care infrastructure is unprepared to battle the pandemic.
The decisions could be life-changing for both men. They also demonstrate the unpredictability of the U.S. immigration system.
Osamah Mahyoub and Emad Al-Azabi survived armed rebels, poisonous snakes and sinister smugglers. Now they face the greatest threat of all: the U.S. immigration system.
President Trump slashed U.S. aid to the country days before its first confirmed COVID-19 case.