How Saudis really see Americans
If you believe a new Burger King ad playing in the kingdom, Americans are clueless about the Middle East.
Jordan weighs sterilization of disabled women
In contrast to the US, Jordan prohibits the practice but advocates are vocal.
Analysis: Iraq's political chess game
The stakes are high for the US and all of Iraq in the waiting game for election results.
The Jordanian desert's other delight: sex tourism
Sign of the times or serious taboo? Female sex tourists sample the delights of Jordan's desert.
My enemy's enemy ... is water?
When it comes to water shortages in the Mideast, it's increasingly a case of cooperate or die.
Jordan a key player in US security?
The bombing of a CIA base highlights country's importance to US intelligence gathering.
Fort Hood shootings have Jordan tie
But Jordanians do not think Americans will stereotype them because the Fort Hood shooter's parents came from Jordan.
Jordan: not just a pretty film set
Spielberg saw its potential early: Now a new Hollywood generation is turning up in Amman.
So then Naomi Watts turns to me and says...
My day as an extra on the set of "Fair Game," a film about the Valerie Plame affair.
Jordan tech sector taking off
It's no Silicon Valley, but in the Arab world the desert kingdom has become something of a techie's mecca.
A poet faces death for "killing" God
Islam Samhan — found guilty of apostasy — jokes that his wife is to blame.
Meet the economic gangsters
Economic gangsters come in all shapes and sizes — they're Asian dictators and Somali pirates.
Quietly, the Mideast goes nuclear
As the world focuses on Iran's nuclear program, many Mideast countries have launched or revived their capabilities.
A homeland ... in Jordan?
Some Israeli lawmakers support a bill declaring an official Palestinian homeland in Jordan.
Thriving Jordanian bootleggers "a threat"
Jordanian copyright pirates behave not unlike Chicago gangsters during prohibition.
Rock and a hard place
Jordanian heavy metal bands find the public ill-informed about their music.
The Arab media's problems
Opinion: Censorship of the media limits chances for better government in the Middle East.
Jordanian tourism seeks papal blessing
Amman, long ignored as a Holy Land stopover, is determined to capitalize on Pope Benedict's visit.
Of borders and other divisions
Opinion: The Arab world needs to stop banning books and movies about Jews.
How to shoo off a Jordanian jinn
Doctors and CEOs are among those "possessed" who seek exorcist Mohammed al-Yafawi's help.
Obama's first meeting with an Arab leader
King Abdullah of Jordan comes to Washington to push for a two-state solution in the Middle East.
The madness of George
Opinion: What this week's torture memos say about "Justice."
King Abdullah II bin Al Hussein
Jordan is one of the driest countries on earth, but you wouldn't know it wandering through the capital.
The changing face of Jordanian dating
In Jordan, opportunities for flirting are growing.
Can Jordan dodge the downturn bullet?
It is expecting thousands of workers home from the Gulf, but whether that's a positive remains to be seen.
Is Amman the Mideast artists' mecca?
A calm kingdom in a region of turmoil, Jordan is gaining a reputation for creativity.
Redefining the "peace process"
Analysis: Why bringing religious leaders into future Israeli-Palestinian talks is necessary.
A high price for true love
Finding love in Jordan can be an expensive proposition, which these days fewer Jordanian men can afford.
New space for politics
As the smoke clears on Iraq's provincial election, and results point to a win by incumbent Maliki, uncertainty remains.
Challenges for Obama in what Mitchell hears
The U.S. president's special envoy must be gathering some disturbing reports on his Mideast listening tour.