Navy F-18 Super Hornet Crashes After Suffering Engine Malfunction Mid-Flight

World | Jonah Bennett
U.S. Navy crew members prepare for a F-18 Super Hornet's launch on the flight deck of the U.S. Navy carrier USS Abraham Lincoln off Ulsan

‘The aircraft could not be stopped on the runway’

Arab Countries Accuse Qatar Of Supporting Terror, Cut Diplomatic Ties

World | Russ Read
Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud arrives on the tarmac to welcome U.S. President Donald Trump as he arrives aboard Air Force One at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia May 20, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Qatar denied the statements as valid

Iran Working To 'Inflict Grave Damage' To Key Anti-ISIS Ally

National Security | Saagar Enjeti
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei speaks live on television after casting his ballot in the Iranian presidential election in Tehran, Iran June 12, 2009. REUTERS/Caren Firouz/File Photo

‘Evidence of an Iranian destabilization effort’

Navy Sailor Complaining Of Abdominal Pain Delivers Healthy Baby At Sea

US | Jonah Bennett
Pregnant woman. Subbotina Anna/Shutterstock.

‘The baby and mother have arrived in Bahrain’

Bahrain Prince Gave $32 Million To Clinton Foundation Before Meeting Hillary

World | Russ Read
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton meets with Bahrain's Foreign Minister Sheikh Khaled bin Ahmed al-Khalifa at the Friends of Syria Conference in Tunis

He is a ‘good friend of ours’

Iran's Top Covert Agent Threatens To Overthrow Country Hosting US Fleet

World | Russ Read
Iranian Revolutionary Guard Commander Qassem Soleimani (L) stands at the frontline during offensive operations against Islamic State militants in the town of Tal Ksaiba in Salahuddin province March 8, 2015. Picture taken March 8, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer

‘The toppling of the regime will only be a small part of the repercussions that will also include armed resistance

Pelosi Says She Could SEE Iran From Bahrain -- 150 Miles Away

Politics | Christian Datoc

‘Everything is so close there’

Iran's Diplomatic Fallout Cascades As Three More Nations Cut Ties

World | Russ Read

Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Sudan have lowered their diplomatic relations with Iran in response to the ongoing Saudi-Iranian conflict over the execution of a prominent Shia Muslim cleric.

Is The West Turning On Its Biggest Middle East Ally?

US | Jonah Bennett
Iranian protesters chant slogans as they hold pictures of Shi'ite cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr during a demonstration against the execution of Nimr in Saudi Arabia, outside the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Tehran

‘We are particularly concerned that the execution of (Nimr al-Nimr) risks exacerbating sectarian tensions’

Persian Gulf Muslim States Have Accepted ZERO Syrian Refugees

World | Richard Pollock
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Saud speaks with French President Francois Hollande after their meeting at the Saudi Royal palace in Riyadh December 29, 2013. REUTERS/Kenzo Tribouillard/Pool

‘They have accepted zero’

Obama Pushes To Arm King Who Won't Even Meet With Him

World | Ivan Plis

Send even more weapons to the Middle East

Bahraini King Misses Obama Summit For A British Horse Show

World | Ivan Plis

Show jumping more important than the White House

'Adhere To The Deal'

World | Ivan Plis

Lots of room for cheating and trickery

Hackers target F1 websites over Bahrain GP - AP

Business | admin

A hackers group has claimed responsibility for a denial-of-service attack on the official Formula One website in protest over the running of this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix.

Bahrain rulers to ignore protests, proceed with Formula 1 race - AP

Sports | admin

‘Bahrain has been very good to Formula One, so for this reason it’s hard to break ties’

The rule of law is a prerequisite for democracy

Opinion | Dr. Al Khalafalla

What the Egyptians could learn from the Bahrainis.

Bahrain doctors and nurses seek UN probe of prison sentences - AP

World | admin

U.S. ally repressed a pro-democracy movement this year, gave medics five to 15 years in jail for assisting the injured

The U.S. should stay neutral in the Sunni-Shiite conflict

Opinion | Leon Hadar

Taking sides in the sectarian conflicts gripping Bahrain and much of the Middle East is not in our best interests.

Gates visits Bahrain amid huge protests - NYT

World | Steven Nelson (admin)

The defense secretary arrived Friday on an unannounced visit to offer American support and to prod the king toward talks with protesters

“Regime Alteration”? We Can Do Better!

| Mickey Kaus

“Regime Alteration”? Harsh! We can do better!