Robert Jordan, a former U.S. ambassador to the kingdom, says, "The Saudis are going to have to be transparent about what happens."
Trump isn't expected to raise human rights during his Asia tour, a move that holds severe implications for both the region and Washington.
Both Bushes told the author of 'The Last Republicans' that they did not vote for Trump.
However, the president "muddied the waters" with tweets about North Korea, argues former diplomat Nicholas Burns.
Trump's GOP critics could be sabotaging their own political agenda, says National Review's Jonathan S. Tobin.
Prominent Republicans have spoken out against the direction of U.S. politics, and some have explicitly criticized President Trump.
Congress is speeding toward a budget plan that lets the government collect $1.5 trillion less revenue for the next 10 years.
The U.S. military has been suffering a pilot shortage for some time now, as does the commercial air industry.
"Some of the politics we see now, we thought we put that to bed," former President Barack Obama told rallies in New Jersey and Virginia.
Bush does not mention President Trump by name, but attacks a wide array of his policies, including trade protectionism.
The former president warns of "nationalism distorted into nativism" and says the country has "forgotten the dynamism" of immigration.
The Chinese president is consolidating power at a "very consequential" time, says ex-U.S. diplomat Nicholas Burns.
The president said he would release "proof" of his version of events as soon as Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Florida, repeated her own account.
President Trump may find it difficult to prevent Iran from selling its oil, a proven way to pressure the U.S. adversary, analysts warn.
New analysis published Friday found that in 12 individual House campaigns, in all regions of the country, 11 had shifted to the benefit of Democrats.
Some longtime Republicans are distancing themselves from the party.
Tax cuts have not spurred sustained growth for 20 years, says Financial Times' columnist Rana Foroohar.
The Senate's legislative process has been upended by the abusive use of the filibuster, Vox reports.
Puerto Rico's devastation after Hurricane Maria is made worse by difficulties moving supplies around the island.
After well-received responses to two major hurricanes that hit the U.S. mainland, Trump is battling to show he can handle yet another disaster.