John McCain railed against the Obama administration late on Wednesday night for what he called a desperate attempt not to offend Iranians following the seizure of two U.S. Navy vessels and apprehension of 10 sailors.
Iran released ten U.S. sailors on Wednesday after holding them overnight, bringing a swift end to an incident that had rattled nerves days ahead of the expected implementation of a landmark nuclear accord between Tehran and world powers.
Despite 10 American sailors being in Iranian custody, President Barack Obama stuck to his State of the Union script Tuesday night and made no mention of the incident, instead touting his nuclear deal with Tehran.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia executed Shiite Muslim cleric Nimr al-Nimr on Saturday. Hours later, Iranian protestors set fire to the Saudi embassy in Tehran.
As the cold war between Iran and Saudi Arabia heats up, the Barack Obama administration is trying to straddle the fence and not take sides, but its actions tell a different story -- they all seem to favor Tehran.
The angry Shiite protesters ransacked and demolished the Saudi embassy in Tehran
"Divine Vengeance Will Befall Saudi Arabia," Iran Warns, As Global Outcry Over Execution Grows
Iran's Revolutionary Guards have so many missiles they don't know where to hide them, a senior commander said at Friday prayers, after the United States threatened to impose fresh sanctions.
ran on Thursday denied U.S. accusations of launching a provocative rocket test last week near Western warships in the Strait of Hormuz, dismissing the claim as "psychological warfare" against the Islamic Republic.
Ballistic-Missile Program. Spot what's wrong with the following sentence: "The Obama administration is preparing to impose its first financial sanctions on Iran since it forged a landmark nuclear agreement in July."
Almost 12,000 candidates have registered for Iran's February parliamentary election, state television said on Saturday, breaking participation records at a time of political uncertainty in the Islamic Republic.
The Israeli political leadership, with some notable exceptions, appears to have reduced its all-out efforts to derail the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) between the P5+1 and Iran in hopes of cadging a new 10-year, $50-billion dollar milit
Nearly everyone claims to want to do something about ISIS, but nothing ever happens. In reality, the only powers directly affected by ISIS that are willing to fight are Iran and Syria, with a little help from Lebanon's Hezbollah.
A senior German official told me in 2010, quite proudly, that under the leadership of Angela Merkel, Germany's Iran policy had become a function of its relations with Israel.
Iran has disconnected almost a quarter of its uranium-enriching centrifuges in less than a month, the U.N. nuclear watchdog said on Wednesday, suggesting it is racing to implement an agreement restricting its nuclear activities.
As the Europeans beat down the door to sign trade deals with Iran, US isolationists who dominate both political parties are keeping American business out. The Iranian president's visit to France this week is only the latest.
The sham peace conference in Vienna misleads the world about the lack of any realistic solution to the war
Anyone who hoped that Iran's nuclear agreement with the United States and other powers portended a new era of openness with the West has been jolted with a series of increasingly rude awakenings over the past few weeks.
Why is the US taking sides in the Middle East at all -- but especially why is it siding with a bloody tyranny like the Saudi Regime?
Tehran's navy chief says vessels will 'soon berth' at Atlantic ports