The JOrchestra hasn’t been together in well over a year. Its players and other musicians say it could have bigger consequences for the country’s classical music scene.
Jordan is home to some of the most educated women in the Middle East. It also has some of the lowest rates of female participation in the workforce.
Growing up, Father Khalil Jaar had to flee his home. Now he's taking in Iraqi refugees forced to leave theirs.
Thaer al-Tahli was an activist in Homs, Syria, threatened by the regime. He was selected for possible resettlement in the US. But after three years and many hours of interviews, he's decided to withdraw his application.
It was supposed to be a beautiful night. Family and friends had gathered to celebrate their union. But their lives changed in seconds. Two suicide bombers attacked their wedding.
The people of Amman have voted, and the city's sanitation workers will now don turquoise-colored jumpsuits rather than their old bright orange uniforms, which closely resemble the outfits ISIS hostages are forced to wear.
Jordan is fighting with the US against ISIS — but many Jordanians actually support the militant group.
Thousands showed up at a rally in Amman to show their anger against ISIS and the brutal killing of air force pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh. What ISIS has done, Queen Raina tells the crowd, ''is not Islam.''
King Abdullah of Jordan has promised a "relentless war" against ISIS after the gruesome murder of a captured Jordanian Air Force pilot. Two Islamists on death row in Jordan were executed this morning in apparent response, and the pilot's father has called for more. But how united is Jordan?
ISIS has threatened to kill two hostages: an air force pilot from Jordan and a freelance journalist from Japan. Now Jordan has proposed a prisoner exchange, but will the deal satisfy ISIS? Can it happen soon enough?
The rise of ISIS is connected to Jordan. The Israeli-Palestinian crisis plays out in the shadow of Jordan. The Syrian civil war and it's ensuing refugee crisis are taking a heavy toll on Jordan. Even the Iranian nuclear talks has a connection to Jordan. So, why Jordan, a landlocked country with few natural resources but tremendous importance for American foreign policy, at the middle of it all.