Yemen lurches toward civil war
Yemen's military has split into two and the country's embattled president is threatening to go to war.
Opinion: US foreign policy is hamstrung in Persian Gulf
The uprisings in Yemen and Bahrain offer no good options for US policy.
Saudis protest amid heavy security in Riyadh
Despite pledges of reform and warnings not to protest, Saudis gather in Riyadh to demand release of prisoners.
Saudi king ignores calls for political reform, gives out money
In highly-anticipated speech, King Abdullah failed to address calls for political reform.
Bahrain detains leading opposition figures (UPDATES)
Arrests come a day after Bahrain security forces used teargas and rubber bullets in a bloody crackdown on protesters in Pearl Square.
Bahrain disperses demonstrators
Soldiers expel hundreds of anti-government protesters from Pearl Square.
After Gates leaves, Saudi Arabia sends troops to Bahrain
Saudi official says troops are a message to US and Iran not to intervene in Gulf affairs.
Coincidence? Middle East dictators crack down while world watches Japan
Saudi troops enter Bahrain; Yemen ousts foreign journalists; Gaddafi steps up bombing.
Heavy police presence deters protesters in Saudi Arabia
Calls for "Day of Rage" go unheeded.
Saudi police fire over protesters
Saudi police fired over the heads of protesters.
Analysis: $5 a gallon gas? Listen up, Obama!
The mounting oil supply crunch poses the defining crisis (and opportunity) of Obama's presidency.
Saudi Arabia: early stirrings of revolt?
Three separate petitions represent a small but growing slice of Saudi public that is discontent with an absolute monarchy.
US military repositioning naval and air forces around Libya (UPDATES) (VIDEO)
Gaddafi will be held accountable for atrocities, Clinton says, a day after offering any assistance necessary to support the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi.
U.S. offers "any kind of assistance" to help Libya's rebels (VIDEO)
As Libyan anti-government forces massed in a city outside Tripoli, the United States offered any assistance necessary to support the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi.
Bahrain key in Sunni/Shia divide
Tiny Gulf island state looms large because of its close ties with Saudi Arabia.
T. Boone Pickens doubts Saudi Arabia can stabilize oil prices
The oil billionaire doubts Saudi Arabia's oil capacity claims; says price of oil could reach $150 if Middle East unrest spreads.
Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari, Saudi student, arrested in Texas (VIDEO)
The United States arrests a Saudi student in Texas, Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari, for allegedly planning terrorist attacks against American sites, including the home of former President George W. Bush.
Saudi student was "plotting terror hit" and attack on Bush home
The FBI has arrested a 20-year-old Saudi student in Texas suspected of planning a terrorist attack using explosive chemicals and targeting the Dallas home of former President George W. Bush.
Bahrain frees prisoners amid protest; king visits Saudi (VIDEO)
Bahrain has begun freeing political and other prisoners, including about 25 "prisoners of conscience" accused of seeking to overthrow the kingdom's Sunni Muslim monarchy.
Saudi king announces $10.7 billion in spending on social benefits
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah has announced a series of benefits for citizens amounting to $10.7 billion, mainly for pay raises, job creation and a loan forgiveness scheme.
Tunisia asks Saudi Arabia to extradite Ben Ali, if not dead (UPDATES) (VIDEO)
The Tunisian government claims it has "new charges against the ousted president for his implication in severe crimes."
Bahrain leaders withdraw tanks
Concerns grow in Saudi Arabia as protest fever sweeps Bahrain.
Up to 4 dead in Bahrain, as Mideast protests continue (VIDEO)
Four killed as Bahrain police raid Tahrir-style protest in capital.
Mubarak's fall plunges region into uncertain era
Saudi Arabia and other allies scramble to reassess domestic and foreign policy.
Yemen president vows to quit in 2013
A day after Mubarak vowed to quit politics, President Ali Abdullah Saleh says he won't run again.
Arab allies of US skittish in wake of Egypt unrest
For other US-backed Arab states, events in Egypt are seen as "tragic."
Mohamed ElBaradei, in Tahrir Square, urges US to take action against Mubarak (VIDEO) (PHOTOS)
Mohamed ElBaradei has called on Barack Obama to press Hosni Mubarak to give up power.
The altered aura of the Arab state
Analysis: Arab states may open up or clamp down, but either way they will change.
Unprecedented protests grip Egypt's capital
In Cairo, protesters call for end to regime of Hosni Mubarak.
After Tunisia, Arab world gives up on America
Analysis: US silence on Tunisia proves it favors stability over democracy in Arab world.
Tunisians decry "regime leftovers" in new government (VIDEO)
Tunisians angered by the presence of members of the old ruling regime in the new national unity government protested in the capital Tuesday.