By William Tucker
Chief Correspondent for In Homeland Security
Nearly 20 years after 19 U.S. Airman were killed and another 372 were wounded, the designer of the terrorist plot that targeted the U.S. Air Force barracks at the Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia is finally in custody.
By Dr. Terry Simmons
Contributor, In Homeland Security
When the Saudi Royal House snubbed President Obama with their low profile attendance at the GCC conference recently, there was a de facto quid pro quo in play based on an old axiomatic formula in Middle East politics.
Senior Correspondent for In Homeland Security
The AP reported over the weekend that despite years of disagreement, leaders in Saudi Arabia and Turkey have agreed to cooperate in organizing the various Syrian rebel groups to bring down the Assad government.