The U.S. knew Hussein was launching some of the worst chemical attacks in history -- and still gave him a hand.
The Sierra Leone-based Campbell had been under surveillance since May 2012, when he responded to an ad on the site Alibaba.com by someone looking to buy uranium 308, or yellow cake. The buyer was actually an undercover US immigration officer.
New revelations follow 60 years of agency secrecy about event that struck blow against left and progressive forces in Iran
US Still Vying for Iran Regime Change
In The Times of London, the UK-Based newspaper report titled ‘Zimbabwe running huge risk if it sends uranium to Iran, US warns’ that a US State Department official stated that the “UN Security Council Resolution 1737 prohibits the sale or transfer of
Two opportunities beckon. First, the mirage — a Middle East peace. Essential to any treaty, however, is a withdrawal of Israeli “settlers” from the West Bank, a sharing of Jerusalem, Palestinian acceptance of Israel as a “Jewish state” and Arab repud
Mitch McConnell did it, Harry Reid didn’t. Elizabeth Warren did it, Bernie Sanders didn’t. Al Franken did it, Tom Coburn didn’t.
When Iranian American anthropologist Pardis Mahdavi first visited Tehran in the summer of 2000, she expected to encounter the Iran she grew up imagining. Her family remembered violence and extremism, and these were the images that stuck: “women clad
In his second term, Richard Nixon had Watergate, but also the rescue of Israel in the Yom Kippur War.
Speaking on Face The Nation on Sunday, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu warned that Iran is about to cross the nuclear red line he set down last September and that the United States had better do something about it.
Contrary to dominant thinking in Washington, Iran poses no immediate threat to the U.S. In fact, our Middle Eastern allies, eager to have America do their fighting for them, wildly inflate the supposed threat from Iran.
American-made devices used for Internet monitoring were detected on government and commercial computer networks in Iran and Sudan, in violation of US sanctions that ban the sale of goods, services or technology to autocratic states
Nuclear arms – as “the most inhumane weapon” – cannot be ever deployed and therefore they are useless for Iran, said outgoing Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in an exclusive interview with RT’s Sophie Shevardnadze.
Prosecutors said the couple, of McAllen, Texas, gave more than $1.8 million to the Oregon branch of an Iranian children's charity that then sent the money on to Iran. Prosecutors say the transactions violated the trade embargo against Iran.
A retired four-star Marine Corps general who served as the nation’s second-ranking military officer is a target of a Justice Department investigation into a leak of information about a covert U.S.-Israeli cyberattack on Iran’s nuclear program.
Says Standoff Requires Dealing With 'World's Sheriff'
On June 14, many Iranians voted in the election to choose the successor of President Mahmoud Ahmadinjad. Voters were given eight choices, and two of those candidates eventually withdrew leaving voters with 6 candidates on their ballot. I say “voters
An attorney for an Iranian-American man accused of illegally helping Iran launch its first satellite urged jurors Wednesday during closing arguments not to let fear cloud their judgment in the case.
Today the US Senate voted unanimously in favor of a Lindsey Graham resolution, S.Res.65, which "[s]trongly support(s) the full implementation of United States and international sanctions on Iran and urg[es] the President to continue to strengthen enf
Most alarming, however, is that this resolution contains among the clearest legislative language to date promising that should Israel decide to attack Iran, the US would back Israel militarily. It is breathtakingly foolhardy for the US Senate
The first specialized international conference on applications of nanotechnology in power and energy industries (International Power System Conference) will be held by Niroo Research Institute and Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council on July 3, 201
Iran's presidential campaign took an unexpected turn Saturday, when two game-changing politicians, both opposed to many of the government's leaders, entered the race in the final minutes of a five-day registration period.
Must Keep Americans From Touching Anything Related to Iran