Khashoggi ‘Killer’ Huddled With Team Trump on Toppling Iran
Quarantined Emirates Flight ‘Basically a Flying Infirmary’
The CDC is holding 10 fliers who fell ill during a long trip from the UAE. One factor health officials may be watching: a flu outbreak among the millions on the hajj to Mecca.
Inside the Mysterious Intel Firm Now in Mueller’s Sights
Wikistrat bills itself as a ‘crowdsourced’ analysis agency based in Washington. But interviews with current and former employees and documents tell a very different story.
FBI Probes Hack That Unleashed a Flood of Scandals
A Playmate payoff, facilitated by Trump fixer Michael Cohen. An unseemly battle between foreign powers to influence D.C. All of it appears tied to the hacking of Elliott Broidy.
Missing Princess of Dubai: Foiled Escape or Complete Fraud?
Dubai’s a sunny place for shady people. Maybe Latifa really was fleeing the clutches of her father. But her choice of friends doesn’t inspire confidence in her story.
DRIP DRIP DRIP
Hackers Vow to Release Trove of U.A.E. Ambassador’s Emails
The hackers are offering a sample of alleged messages they claim demonstrate “how a small rich country/company used lobbyists to hurt American interests and those of it allies.”
Taking a Lead
The UAE Must Listen to Its Artists
A ‘Culture Summit’ in Abu Dhabi focusing on the United Arab Emirates has chosen to marginalize some leaders of the UAE’s artistic community.
Why Rich Saudis Are Turning East
Sneered at by the French, disrespected in Brexit Britain and blamed for 9/11 in the USA, the Saudis are taking their petrodollars East.