Saudis delay transfer of money to PAPA says Saudi Arabia has failed to transfer its monthly financial aid for seven straight months.
Saudi Arabia foils soccer stadium attackSaudi Arabia arrests eight suspected terrorists plotting killings and a car bombing.
The world's nostalgia for a gendarmeFor many reasons, the world would like to see, as ironic as it sounds, a strong America again. Hillary does not fill the bill.
Saudi Arabia: 9/11 bill could have 'disastrous consequences'Saudi Arabia warns against United States law allowing 9/11 victims to sue the kingdom, after Congress overrides Obama's veto.
Obama blasts Congress for overriding veto of 9/11 billPresident Obama says Congress move to override his veto of 9/11 bill was political.
Congress rejects Obama's veto of 9/11 billFor the first time in Obama's tenure, Congress overwhelmingly rejects his veto of a bill. 9/11 victims will now be permitted to sue Saudis.
Abbas urged not to dismiss Netanyahu's invitationEditorial in Saudi Arabian newspaper appeals to PA chairman not to dismiss invitation for him to address the Knesset.
Senate to override Obama's veto of 9/11 victims' billSenate to vote on Wednesday to override veto of legislation that would allow 9/11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia.
Senate clears the way for arms sale to Saudi ArabiaUnited States Senate votes 71 to 27 to kill legislation that would have stopped the sale of tanks and other equipment to Riyadh.
Saudi Arabia thwarts ISIS operationsSaudi security forces thwart ISIS-linked terrorist operations in the kingdom.
Key rebel supporter Saudi Arabia welcomes Syria truceAmid concerns that Syrian rebel forces will not accept truce, key rebel backer Saudi Arabia welcomes it, but warns that regime must comply.
Obama to veto 9/11 victims’ billWhite House spokesman Josh Earnest says President Obama is expected to veto bill allowing 9/11 victims' families to sue Saudi Arabia.
House approves 9/11-Saudi Arabia billHouse of Representatives approves legislation that would allow families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia. Obama expected to veto.
House to vote on bill allowing 9/11 victims to sue Saudi ArabiaHouse of Representatives to vote Friday on bill that would allow the families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia in U.S. courts.
Saudi Grand Mufti: Iranians aren't MuslimsAs tensions between the Muslim states rise, Saudi and Iranian religious leaders trade accusations and insults.
Turkey sides with Syria against Kurdish stateTurkish PM Binali Yildirim: "absolutely unacceptable" for any Kurdish entity to be established in northern Syria, or any other region.
Saudi media in pro-Jewish campaignSeries of articles appears to be preparing the ground for cooperation with Jewish state.
Saudi women, children, caught trying to join ISISAuthorities returned three women and seven children to Saudi Arabia, after they attempted to cross into Syria to join ISIS.
Saudi judoka avoids facing Israeli in the OlympicsSaudi Arabian judoka Joud Fahmy forfeits first-round match, reportedly to avoid facing Israeli judo fighter Gili Cohen.
'The Saudis are stabbing the Muslim nation in the back'Ayatollah Khamenei of Iran says Saudis are 'committing grave sin' by cooperating with Israel, claims US 'breaking promises' made in deal.
Unite the Middle East - through businessSpeaking with Arutz Sheva, MK Erel Margalit outlines his plan for peace using the goal of making money.
Nasrallah blasts Saudi Arabia's 'normalization with Israel'Hezbollah leader claims Saudi Arabia wants to normalize ties with Israel at the expense of the Palestinian Arabs.
Arab Joint List faction condemns Saudi delegation to IsraelHadash party of Joint List chief Ayman Odeh slams landmark visit as part of Israeli-Saudi plot against Iran.
Former Saudi general meets Israeli officials in JerusalemAnwar Eshki meets foreign ministry Director-General Dore Gold, other Israeli officials, as part of rare visit to Israel.
Saudi Arabia bans 'Zionist' PokemonSaudi Arabia's top clerical body says Pokemon game is un-Islamic due to the fact that it promotes “global Zionism”.
Montreal ad banned 'lest it offend Muslims'Political and economic factors have turned an advertisement about oil into an issue of free speech.
Saudi Arabia detains Turkish military attache to KuwaitAt Turkey's request, Saudi Arabia arrests Turkey's military attache to Kuwait at the Dammam airport.
Saudi official: Iran uses Hamas to cause regional instabilitySaudi Arabia's former intelligence chief accuses Iran of supporting Hamas and Islamic Jihad in order to cause instability.
US consulate targeted by suicide bomber in Saudi ArabiaTwo wounded as suicide bomber strikes near US consulate in Saudi Arabia on 4th of July.
Egyptian court rejects deal to cede islands to Saudi ArabiaIn blow to Sisi government, court rejects controversial deal to transfer control of two islands off the coast of Eilat to Saudi control.
US denies rift with Saudi Arabia on Syria tacticsUS Sec. of State John Kerry denies reports of tensions over increased aid to Syrian rebels, Saudi funding of extremism.
Iranian official: Saudi Arabia shared intelligence with IsraelSpeaker of Iran's Parliament claims Saudi Arabia shared intelligence with Israel during the Second Lebanon War in 2006.
Saudi women protest 'exploitation' of driving banAfter govt. invests in Uber ride-hailing service, women take to Twitter to slam kingdom for making profit on female driving ban.
Saudi FM: Arab Peace Initiative is the best solutionSaudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir rejects Netanyahu's call to update Arab Peace Initiative.
Saudi Arabia plays down Netanyahu's comments on peace talksSaudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister says it's too early to assess Israel's seriousness to discuss changes in Arab peace initiative.
Amnesty warns of surge in executions in Saudi ArabiaAmnesty International warns more than 100 people might be executed by Saudi Arabia in the first six months of 2016.
Watch: Saudi clerics ban cat selfies, Snapchat filtersThinking to take a cute picture with a feline companion? Not in Saudi Arabia you don't - and if you do, just don't use any filters.
Report: Arab countries willing to change peace initiativeSaudi Arabia, the Gulf states, Jordan and Egypt reportedly prepared to change their attitude towards Israel in exchange for peace with PA.
Top Saudi adviser exposed as Clinton Foundation donorOne of Saudi Arabia's richest men close to royal family shown to be a leading donor, raising questions about Hillary's foreign influence.
New bill allows 9/11 victims to sue Saudi ArabiaSenate approves legislation that would allow 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia. White House threatens veto.
Saudi Arabia aims to become major weapons producerWith oil prices at 10-year lows and chilly relations with US, Islamic kingdom to bolster economy, achieve military independence from West.
Watch: Saudi family therapist gives advice on wife beatingSaudi therapist, Khaled Al-Saqaby, claims women's desire for equality causes marital strife.
White House to release earth-shattering 9/11 reportOfficials: decision on release of secret 28-page section of 2002 inquiry in weeks. Document said to reveal Saudi govt. links to 9/11 attack.
Italy’s universities bow to Islam and boycott IsraelThey consider themselves liberal, but are cooperating with the mores of the Dark Ages.
Obama promises vigilance when it comes to IranDuring a visit to Saudi Arabia, Obama pledges to remain vigilant against Iran’s destabilizing activities in the Middle East.
Document hints at link between 9/11, Saudi governmentReport: Hijacker's flight certificate was found in a Saudi embassy envelope, blogger reveals.
Watch: Saudi, Egyptian analysts spar over 'Zionist' islandsEgyptian analyst accuses Saudi guest of buying strategic islands to 'build bridges to the Zionist enemy,' get military aid from Israel.
Egyptians protest against Sisi following island transferThousands of Egyptians angered by president's decision to hand over two islands to Saudi Arabia call for the government to fall.
'The world doesn't care about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict'Deputy Minister Ayoub Kara says the fight against Islamic extremism can result in new alliances for Israel.
Saudi Arabia's religious police lose power to arrestUnder new guidelines,super strict religious police ordered to be 'kinder and gentler' in enforcing Islamic rules.
Sisi defends strategic island transfer to SaudisFaced with protest, Egyptian president says he 'restored' them, after Saudis in 1950 asked for protection from Israel.
Saudi Arabia and Jordan reject Iran's 'interference'Saudi Arabia and Jordan say Iran’s interference in the region’s internal affairs ignites sectarian strife.
Egypt cedes strategic islands to Saudi ArabiaBorder change could block strategic passage between Israel and Aqaba.
Saudis plan massive Red Sea bridge to link Egypt, bypass IsraelSaudi Arabia planning massive aid package to Egypt, bridge to Sinai to bolster Egyptian economy and link Arab world.
Saudi Arabia threatens to punish Hezbollah supportersSaudi Arabia says it will punish anyone who belongs to Hezbollah, sympathizes with it, supports it financially or harbors its members.
Lebanese PM to Nasrallah: Stop verbally attacking Saudi ArabiaLebanon's PM demands Hezbollah leader stop his verbal attacks against Saudi Arabia.