Foreign policy reporter Laura Rozen tweeted, and then deleted, a claim that a Jewish official at a prominent Washington think tank took positions on Iran at the instruction of the Israeli government.
Senior House lawmakers sounded the alarm over what they say is the U.S. military’s lack of preparedness for battle following a classified briefing Thursday on how deepening budget cuts are impacting troop readiness.
A new advertisement set to hit the airwaves this week uses President Barack Obama’s own words in order to cast doubt on his multiple promises to stop Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon.
A bipartisan group of 63 House lawmakers are calling on the Senate to “act swiftly” in the passage of a new round of Iran sanctions that have been heavily opposed by the White House.
Russia will help Iran build a second nuclear power plant, according to Tehran’s top nuclear official.
Senior Iranian officials now say that Tehran will not suspend its contested nuclear enrichment program until the West first agrees to lift all economic sanctions on the country.
A top jihadi leader is urging Egyptian supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood to cease peaceful demonstrations and take up arms against the Egyptian military, which he dubbed “an army of infidels and apostates,” according to a translation of his remarks.
International nuclear inspectors will be barred from entering Iran’s most contested nuclear site under a new deal inked on Monday.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) announced on Monday that Iran had agreed to allow its inspectors into the country for tours of a uranium mine and partially constructed nuclear reactor.
Brandeis University is facing criticism from students and faculty members after refusing to distance itself from an event recently held on the campus of its Palestinian partner school that critics decried as a “Nazi-style” rally.
Iran will not agree to halt its nuclear enrichment rights under any deal with the West, according to the country’s lead negotiator, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.