A socialist paradise, lots of carjacking and bloodshed galore
Jordanian lawmaker to Palestinian activist: ‘You’re a Mossad agent!’
Dead dictator’s daughter determined to distribute dad’s death row diatribes
‘if it was me — I would step down and make sure whoever comes behind me has the ability to change the status quo’
Unfortunately, a lot could go wrong.
King Abdullah II, struggling to stave off growing public discontent, widened his political outreach on Thursday and met with the Muslim Brotherhood
Protesters continue amid new Jordanian government
Denise Richards wasn’t happy to hear ex-husband Charlie Sheen had asked a porn star to watch their children
Jordan’s King Abdullah II of Jordan has dissolved his cabinet following protests
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The royal family still rules the country. The US should do more to engage opposition groups.
Michael Jordan is telling The Associated Press that he had nothing to do with a viral video that mocks LeBron James
Now’s not the right time for Israel to negotiate with the Palestinians.
The Cam Newton rumors seemed to be everywhere over the past two weeks, except inside Jordan-Hare Stadium
How US government contractors are effectively enslaving people and forcing them to work in combat zones.
No single bloc has enough seats to control Iraq’s parliament, causing a seven-month scramble that has ground the government to a standstil
Did Sen. Barbara Boxer and Rep. Henry Waxman help terrorists get supplies?
The White House shouldn’t be pressuring Israel into peace negotiations.
The administration’s attempt to pressure Palestinians and Israelis into negotiations — undertaken, no doubt, in pursuit of peace — may well cause another outbreak of violence in the Holy Land.
NIH has funded various grants on unusual studies such as $60,000 to study Hookah smoking among Jordanian college students