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As hostilities between Israel and Hezbollah continue to escalate, Israel has increased strikes on supply lines and other targets in Syria that Iran uses to arm Hezbollah.
In Sudan, five million are on the brink of famine, but the world is looking elsewhere. The Biden admin is being attacked for not doing enough as Russia and Iran step in.
Houthi rebels backed by Iran launched attacks on two commercial ships in the Gulf of Aden over the weekend, causing damage to both, though no injuries were reported.
The U.S. and its allies are seeking to rope in Iran’s aggressive efforts to build an atomic weapon, but time is working against the Biden administration, experts note.
Iran is using a host of AI tools to find and arrest regime critics. NGOs and others worry the mullahs' other target is women who fail to wear the hijab.
Cyberattacks on water systems and other critical infrastructure, biological and chemical warfare, direct kinetic conflict with Russia and China are among top threats to US homeland.
Sen. Tim Scott and Rep. Mike Lawler will introduce a resolution Monday afternoon urging the Biden administration to censure Iran at the IAEA meeting.
What could be the administration's motive in urging Europe to do nothing about Iran? It doesn't seem difficult to conclude this may be about the fall election.
Rep. Mike Waltz, R-Fla., says Hamas and Iran do not want peace and reacts to Biden’s statement on Trump’s guilty verdict.
Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi died earlier this month, along with Iran's foreign minister and other high-ranking officials, when the helicopter carrying them crashed in a mountainous region.
Iran has opened registration for candidates who want to run in the June 28 presidential election. All candidates must be approved by Iran's 12-member Guardian Council.
Yemen's Houthi rebels attacked the Laax, a Greek-owned, Marshall Islands-flagged ship carrying grain that was bound for Iran. Iran is the Houthis' main benefactor.
Iran's supreme leader hailed American college protesters in a lengthy letter and social media posts, saying that they were "standing on the right side of history."
Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., provides analysis of Judge Merchan's handling of Trump's New York criminal trial as closing arguments are set to begin and discusses Biden's response to Iran's reported uranium stockpile increase.
South Africa’s chief rabbi, Dr. Warren Goldstein, gave an exclusive interview to Fox News Digital and discussed the country's upcoming election and how the ruling ANC has teamed up with anti-Western allies.
A previous warning said Tehran has enough uranium enriched to near-weapons-grade levels to make "several" nuclear bombs if it chose to do so, and the country continues increasing stockpile.
A Michigan Islamic center honored the deceased Iranian leaders killed in a helicopter crash last week.
New information uncovered by an Iranian dissident group claims to show how Iran has been supplying its Houthi terror proxy with weapons and training.
It's hard for Biden and the UN to sink lower in their dealings with Iran, but they did. They held a moment of silence for the ‘Butcher of Tehran.’ I know how bad he was, but I survived.
Raisi’s death offers the Biden administration a chance to make changes to its Iran policy that benefit U.S. interests and keep Americans and our allies safe.
The International Criminal Court's jurisdiction only allows it to go after countries that are signatories or have committed crimes against signatories of the Rome Statute.
Hamas-affiliated Telegram channel reported that fictitious Mossad Agent "Eli Kopter" was behind the crash that killed Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi.
Obama-Biden State Department “actively interfered" with the FBI executing arrest warrants on individuals allegedly supporting Iranian efforts to develop weapons of mass destruction
Mourners chanted "Death to America!" and "Death to Israel" at a funeral service for Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and others who died in a helicopter crash on Monday.
Talks between Tehran and the UN nuclear watchdog have been temporarily halted following a helicopter crash that claimed the lives of Iran's president and foreign minister.
Iranians celebrated the death of President Ebrahim Raisi, also known as the "Butcher of Tehran," while thousands mourned the official in a state-sponsored funeral procession.
Iran proclaimed five days of mourning after President Ebrahim Raisi was killed in a helicopter crash on Monday. But many Iranians opposed to the "Butcher of Tehran" celebrated his death in the streets. (CREDIT: Iranntv.com)
The United Nations on Tuesday lowered its flag to half-staff in honor of late Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, a controversial figure critics say committed mass murder in Iran.
Top House Republicans are coming down hard against the Biden State Department for expressing condolences in the death of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi.
The United Nations on Tuesday lowered its flag to half-staff outside of its New York City headquarters to honor Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, who died in a helicopter crash Monday. (UNTV)