President Trump retweeted media reports that seemed to confirm the Jan. 25 strike killed top al Qaeda leader Qassim al-Rimi.
In an exclusive interview, HuffPost discovered that Hazaea "Anwar" Alomaisi was abruptly sent back to a country at war after 22 years in the U.S.
Pope Francis used his speech in St. Peter's Square to address suffering around the world, including Syria, Yemen, Lebanon, Venezuela and South Sudan.
"I wasn't f**king caving," said Adam Smith, chair of the House Armed Services Committee, as lawmakers and human rights advocates traded barbs.
"The Khashoggi thing is over a year old," former adviser Susan Rice said when asked if Obama would weigh in on the Saudi journalist's murder.
The president tweeted that he's authorized the release of strategic petroleum reserves "if needed" to stabilize energy markets after an attack on Saudi oil sites.
Yemen's Houthi rebels have claimed responsibility for the attacks in Buqyaq and the Khurais oil field.
The attacks on a detention center run by Houthi rebels have been characterized as the deadliest so far this year by the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen.
Thursday’s attacks were the deadliest in Aden, Yemen's temporary seat of government, since November 2017.
The split by lawmakers with national security backgrounds shows the risk of party fractures growing over foreign policy.
At the root of the recent spike in tensions appears to be Trump’s decision a year ago to pull out of the nuclear deal.
President Donald Trump has issued the second veto of his administration, blocking a bipartisan effort to end U.S. support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen.
The 2020 presidential contender hoped to take advantage of a town hall hosted by Fox News, the president's favorite channel.
Both chambers of Congress have now passed historic legislation to end the U.S. role in the war in Yemen — a major win for anti-war lawmakers and activists.
In February, Republicans used a surprise vote on language condemning anti-Semitism to hinder legislation on U.S. intervention in Yemen.
At least four children were killed in the attack, the international aid group Save The Children reported.
On Wednesday the Republican-controlled Senate passed a bill ending U.S. support for the Saudis in Yemen that could get through the House within weeks and force an embarrassing Trump veto.
After years of hitting Republican roadblocks, Democrats advanced a bill to end U.S. support for Saudi Arabia’s deadly campaign.
“My daughters are always on the phone crying to each other .... There’s nothing in my hands to do," said Yemeni-American father Mohamed Alahiry.
Shaima Swileh was finally able to see her son, Abdullah Hassan, in the hospital 10 days ago.