“We’re going to help end a war which has caused unbelievable horror to one of the poorest countries on earth," said Sen. Bernie Sanders, the bill's sponsor.
Many in Congress came to see the resolution as a way of holding Saudi leadership accountable for the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.
Sarah Smith's challenge to Rep. Adam Smith, D-Wash., focused on what she cast as his hawkish foreign policy, pushing him to take a clearer stance on Yemen.
A U.N. panel found that detainees in prisons controlled by U.S. allies were beaten, electrocuted, hung upside down, and raped.
In the wake of the successful vote, the politics of war and peace in Washington are being reoriented.
In the shipbuilding city of Cádiz, a mayor from Podemos says workers are being forced to choose between bread and peace.
The Pentagon’s assessment of 35 hostile fighters dead in the raid would only be possible if women and children were counted as “enemies.”
The Trump-aligned Republican has offered two amendments that would make the anti-war measure largely meaningless.
The 63-37 vote is a sign of frustration with Trump’s unwillingness to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for the murder of Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi.
The Senate voted to advance a resolution withdrawing U.S. military support for the war in Yemen. What does this mean and what are the next steps forward?