US walks fine, awkward line when addressing Iranian airstrikes in Iraq
Iranian fighter jets are now said to be bombing the Islamic State militant group in Iraq. It's an escalation in Tehran's presence there — and a development that has forced U.S. officials to walk a fine line while addressing it. The latest example came ...
Warily, US learns to live with more muscular Iran role in Iraq
US believes Iran launched air raids on Islamic State in Iraq
US and Iran Both Attack ISIS, but Try Not to Look Like Allies
Feds: Man Exported Parts for 'Secret' Iran Project
A Chinese man conspired to export devices that can be used in nuclear production to Iran for what an alleged conspirator called "a very big project and secret one," according to a federal indictment. Sihai Cheng, also known as Alex Cheng, was brought ...
Entering Pentagon, a skeptic of military options on Iran
Report says Iran needs a nuclear deal-badly
A nuclear deal with Iran will require the West to reevaluate its presumptions
Iran confirms airstrike on ISIS without US coordination
The American government never publicly confirmed the Iranian strikes. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Wednesday, "I think it's self-evident that if Iran is taking on ISIL in some particular place and it's confined to taking on ISIL and it has an ...
Iran confirms it carried out air strikes against Islamic State extremists in Iraq
Analysis: Iran airstrikes in Iraq pose problem for US
Iran confirms it carried out air strikes in Iraq
Wall Street Journal
Iran Talks Likely to Figure in Any Hillary Clinton 2016 Bid
Wall Street Journal
The former secretary of state is much more closely tied to current U.S. diplomatic efforts toward Iran aimed at curbing Tehran's nuclear program. Mrs. Clinton has taken credit for initiating secret talks with Iran in 2012 that formed the foundation for ...
Hilary Clinton: 'No deal better than bad deal' with Iran
Clinton defends Obama on Iran talks
Why the Twitter Account Believed to Belong to Iran's Supreme Leader Keeps ...
The Twitter account generally accepted to represent the views of the Supreme Leader of Iran, Ayatullah Ali Khamenei, tweets on a variety of subjects. Sometimes it attacks Israel, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria and, often, the United States. At ...
Iran extends detention of US journalist
... should be released immediately. There was no legitimate reason for him to be held without charges or explanation for more than four months. We again urge the Iranian authorities to give him his freedom and allow him to reunite with his family ...
Why the Media Should Not Forget Iran's Detention of Jason Rezaian
Iran extends detention of Post journalist Jason Rezaian for up to 60 more days
Iran: Journalist's Detention Extended
Report: Obama Eyes Sanctions on Israel While Giving Iran a Pass
"Even this administration, which has been historically hostile to our Israeli allies, even as they worked overtime to bomb the enemies of Iranian proxies across the Middle East, could not possibly be so aggressively committed to undermining our ...
US Sanctions against Iran? What's that about?
Tasnim News Agency
IRGC denies negotiations are source of Iran's security
The head of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, Maj. Gen. Mohammad Ali Jaffari, has rejected claims by Iran's top nuclear negotiator that the nuclear negotiations between Iran and the UN Security Council have made Iran more secure. Rather ...
Iran vs. the Islamic State
Iran Possesses Drones That Can Roam Up to 1800 Miles: Military Official
Iran News Round Up - December 5, 2014
Iran considers ending death penalty for drug offenses
Mohammad Javad Larijani, the secretary of Iran's Human Rights Council, said that Iran is looking to end the death penalty for drug related cases, which he said account for 80% of the country's executions. His comments followed statements by the head of ...
Iran Working To Change Drug Law To Decrease Executions, Official Says
New Iran Sanctions Supporters Seek Veto-Proof Bloc
Congressional hawks are struggling to build a veto-proof majority for new Iran sanctions despite wide discontent among lawmakers over the lack of progress from more than a year of nuclear talks with Iran, recently extended for seven more months. One ...