President Biden visits Saudi Arabia this weekend and questions of stability in the region have been raised. The murder of Jamal Khashoggi still looms large along with numerous other human rights violations committed by the Saudi government. Former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Joseph Westphal discusses the significance of the President’s trip to the region, why creating new relations with the Saudis is critical and how the visit could lead to stability within the region.
With issues like economic security, border security and abortion rights on the forefront, voters are gaining motivation for a competitive fight for the U.S. Senate in November. And in the fallout of the Roe v. Wade overruling, the political landscape behind the Arizona Senate race has shifted. Arizona Attorney General and Republican Senate Candidate Mark Brnovich discusses the importance of upholding election integrity, his lack of concern around polling and why his deep-rooted Arizonan principles make him the best candidate in the race.