Allies on Trump: Russia Used to Be the ‘Unpredictable’ One
‘Fox & Friends’: Only a Child Would Think ISIS Is Defeated
DOJ Charges 2 Iranian Hackers for U.S. Ransomware Attacks
Their alleged hit on Atlanta left the area without computer use for almost a week and is considered one of the most sophisticated cyber-attacks ever on a major city.
The Master Terrorist Behind America’s Blood Feud With Iran
For decades, the U.S. struggled to catch this Iran-backed Hezbollah operative, who tortured and murdered a CIA chief and bombed the Marine barracks.
Former CIA Spy: Trump ‘Dangerous For Our National Security’
The outed ex-CIA officer opens up about the pardoning of Scooter Libby, our relationship with Saudi Arabia and why she’s particularly scared under President Trump.
Leaked Audio Shows an Iranian Gambit to Control Iraq Failing
A pro-Tehran ploy this week, caught on tape, flamed out, and now Western officials are singing the praises of the incoming leadership in Baghdad.
Will There Be a Second Arab Spring?
The Middle East’s youthquake could still have its revolution.
WHAT THE WHAT?
No, Iran’s President Isn’t Endorsing Beto O’Rourke
A neoconservative group appears to be behind a listing recruiting voice actors to pretend to be President Rouhani in an effort to portray him as backing the Texas Democrat.
The First Man the Bible Calls the Messiah
A non-Jewish Persian king was the first to be called Messiah in the Bible, and those wishing to see his legacy can visit his tomb in Pasargadae, Iran or drop by the British Museum.