In this Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2012 file photo,Yemen's Vice President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi gestures as he enters a polling center to cast his vote in Sanaa. Yemen's embattled president fled his palace in Aden for an undisclosed location Wednesday as Shiite rebels offered cash bounty for his capture and arrested his defense minister. Hadi left just hours after the rebels' own television station said they seized an air base where U.S. troops and Europeans advised the country in its fight against al-Qaida militants.

Saudi Arabia begin airstrikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen

Al-Jubeir made the announcement at a rare news conference by the Sunni kingdom.

United States Capitol at night

Congress told to stop partying on July 4

In a letter to top lawmakers, police say the parties held during and after the holiday concerts are out of control and made security in this…