The latest news on Saudi Arabia
The Saudis and other oil producers want to prolong—not break—our addiction to oil.
The twilight of agriculture in the kingdom's desert already is evident, with the potential to further push up world food prices.
As oil prices hit a new high, the president asks for increased production.
The U.S. praises the program, although in other areas a Saudi counterterrorism effort falls short.
Journey of a lifetime
Strict, intolerant wahhabism is a potent force.
Is the United States moving toward military action with Iran?
As he continues his tour of the Middle East, President Bush stopped in Saudi Arabia today to discuss Iran, Mideast peace, and democracy. Today was the first time the president had visited the kingdom, an ally of the United States, and he took the opportunity to announce to Congress plans to sell $20 billion in weapons to the Saudis. The announcement was timed to coincide with Bush's arrival in Saudi Arabia.