On Friday, President Joe Biden began the third day of his Mideast trip with an unprecedented visit, and its next stage will challenge both his domestic and foreign policy.
More than 10,000 athletes from 62 countries are here in Israel for the 21st Maccabiah Games. Also known as the Jewish Olympics, it’s one of the world’s largest international sporting events.
Saudi Arabia on Friday announced new rules that will allow Israeli planes to fly over its territory, lifting a decades-long ban on the Jewish state and marking a key step towards normalization between the two nations.
Today, President Joe Biden entered day two of his visit to Israel. The trip’s goal is to strengthen the relationship between the US and Israel.
US President Joe Biden's trip to Israel and Saudi Arabia this week could mark the next stage in the evolution of the Abraham Accords, the developing relationship between Israel and its Sunni Arab neighbors.
US President Joe Biden is set to land in Israel on Wednesday to kick off a four-day Mideast tour aimed a recalibrating America’s relationship with Saudi Arabia, increasing oil production to ease gas prices and stopping Iran’s nuclear program.
Gordon Robertson talks with Jason Greenblatt, author of In the Path of Abraham: How Donald Trump Made Peace in the Middle East--And How to Stop Joe Biden from Unmaking It.
The White House believes Iran is preparing to send hundreds of unmanned aerial vehicles — including armed drones — to Russia for use in its war against Ukraine.
This week, President Joe Biden will visit Israel, the Palestinian Authority and Saudi Arabia from July 13-16. The trip comes at a time of political instability in Israel and dangerous times in the Middle East.
This week, President Joe Biden travels to both Israel and Saudi Arabia. The trip has the potential to build on the Abraham Accords, established by the Trump administration.