Iranian vessels conduct 'high-speed intercept' of US destroyer
The incident is only the latest in a series of all-too-close encounters with Iran in the region since December. These brushes have included Iranian rocket launches, drones flying over US vessels and the capture of US sailors in January. They come ...
Iran vessels make 'high speed intercept' of US ship: US official
Iran Vessels 'Intercept' U.S. Ship, Defense Official Says
Iran Vessels Harassed US Destroyer Near Persian Gulf, Navy Says
New York Post
Covering up the $1.3 billion payoff to Iran
New York Post
Call it judgment day. It looks like the Obama administration may yet face some kind of reckoning — in Congress, at least — over its payoff of a long-simmering claim to the Iranian regime. That's because to do so, the administration tapped a little ...
US paid $1.3 billion to Iran two days after cash delivery
2 Days After Cash Delivery, U.S. Paid $1.3 Billion to Iran
State Department won't confirm details of $1.3 billion payment to Iran despite it being found on a government ...
Why Obama Let Iran's Green Revolution Fail
One of the great hypotheticals of Barack Obama's presidency involves the Iranian uprising that began on June 12, 2009, after Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was announced the winner of contested presidential elections. What if the president had done more to help ...
Side Deals like the $400 Million for Iran Are Just Part of Diplomacy
Obama and Iran: A Misguided Messianic Mission
Iran, Ecuador discuss ways to strengthen oil prices
But Reuters reported on Tuesday that sources in OPEC and the oil industry said Iran is sending positive signals on taking joint action, which could help revive a deal on freezing output levels at talks next month. "We have held conversations on ...
Iran Expanding Terror Network in Latin America
Ecuador, Iran officials meet on need to stabilise oil prices
Iran's foreign minister begins Latin America tour with Cuba visit
Russia and Iran's Marriage of Convenience Is No Strategic Alliance
The Russian use of the Nojeh air base near Hamedan in western Iran in August then surprised many observers who saw it as a departure from Iran's usual policy of covert operations in regional conflicts. It was also surprising given Tehran's sensitivity ...
Boeing Should Think Twice Before Iran Sale
Iran Revokes Russia's Use of Air Base, Saying Moscow 'Betrayed Trust'
Russian Raids on Syria From Iranian Air Base Finished, Tehran Says
Washington Free Beacon
Jewish Group Targets Dem Senate Candidates Over Iran Ransom Payment
Washington Free Beacon
A leading conservative Jewish group is putting pressure on Democratic Senate candidates in battleground states to speak out against the Obama administration's $400 million payment to Iran to secure the release of American hostages. The Republican ...
ANZ refuses Australian customers transactions with Iran, fearing US Treasury backlash
"While there has been a lifting of some sanctions to Iran by Australian authorities, as an international bank we continue to comply with the US Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) which bans transactions to and from Iran.".
Economic issues Iran's foremost problem: Leader
During the meeting on Wednesday, the Leader lauded Iranian administration's efforts to solve problems facing people, saying, “Today, economic problems and bottlenecks are the foremost problem of the country, which must be resolved and their resolution ...
Iranian Journalists Alarmed As Media Legislation Resurfaces
Iran closer to rolling out new oil project contracts
TEHRAN, Iran — Dispute remains ongoing over whether parliamentary approval is required for the Iran Petroleum Contract (IPC), a new oil and gas contract model rolled out by the government for upstream projects. Conservative lawmakers want to make ...
Krauthammer on Obama administration Iran payment: 'Can they not stop lying about this?'
Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer said Wednesday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that the Obama administration's acknowledgment it paid $1.3 billion in interest to Iran just days after sending them $400 million hard currency raises the ...
The Fake $400 Million Iran 'Ransom' Story
Feds Admit Iran Is Suddenly More Interested In Capturing Americans
White House insists payment to Iran was not ransom