Republican presidential candidates Ted Cruz and Donald Trump will both appear together at a rally against the Iranian nuclear deal on Capitol Hill in September, according to reports on Thursday.
NEW YORK (Reuters) – An Arizona man was indicted on Thursday for supporting the militant group Islamic State by helping a New York City college student travel to Syria for military-style training, U.S. authorities said.
Iran’s foreign ministry on Wednesday reiterated its support for Hamas and other anti-Israel terrorist groups and said that aiding those who “stand against the Zionist regime is a principle of Iran’s policy.”
A report from the U.N. agency tasked with inspecting Iran’s nuclear facilities indicates that the country may have since May built an extension to its Parchin military site believed to have housed nuclear arms testing.
Chinese authorities are now exerting pressure on Christians in Hong Kong, the latest blow to freedoms in the city that has traditionally enjoyed some autonomy from the mainland, the New York Times reports.
Another Democratic member of Congress declared opposition to the Iran nuclear agreement this week even as House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) is furiously working the phones to sell the deal.
The Obama administration and Congress are heading for a showdown over the president’s plan to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and transfer its remaining terrorists abroad or to U.S. prisons.