Iran’s Islamic extremist regime on Monday threatened revenge against Israel if investigators confirm Israeli involvement in Saturday’s drone attack on a weapons facility in the Iranian city of Isfahan, the Times of Israel (TOI) reports.
In the wake of a drone strike against at least one defense factory in the central city of Isfahan, Iranian officials told Newsweek that any military option pursued by the United States against the Islamic Republic would result in all-out conflict with regionwide ramifications.
The United States and NATO countries are in the midst of a “mad scramble” to restock their own weapons arsenals while continuing to give phenomenal amounts of military aid to Ukraine to fight Russia, the New York Times reported Saturday,
Iran has reportedly been developing large cruise missiles that could potentially “eliminate many of the obstacles” toward delivering a nuclear bomb.
Commentators said Wednesday that Democrats defied historical odds in the critical U.S. midterm elections as an anticipated “red wave” of Republican victories did not materialize.
A deadly explosion at Iran’s Parchin military complex on Wednesday was caused by quadcopter suicide drones, in an attack that fits a pattern of previous strikes that have been attributed to Israel, The New York Times reported Friday.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has condemned former U.S. secretary of state Henry Kissinger for suggesting Ukraine should cede territory to make peace with Russia.
Israel reportedly told US officials that it was behind the assassination of a senior member of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps earlier this week, which was carried out in order to warn Tehran against the continued operation of an alleged covert unit the target helped lead.
Intelligence provided by the United States has helped the Ukrainian military target several Russian generals since Moscow’s invasion, the New York Times reported on Wednesday.
Just days after Hillary Clinton emissaries Christopher Steele and Michael Sussmann approached the FBI in September 2016 with dirt that would infuse the Russia collusion probe, the campaign’s opposition research firm sent some of the same information to New York Times journalists.
Special counsel John Durham revealed that employees of the research firm Fusion GPS sent journalists hundreds of emails with unverified allegations against former President Donald Trump to trigger negative news stories.
At the end of oral arguments in a case involving the constitutionality of allowing overt prayer and religious expression in public schools, the US Supreme Court’s conservative majority on Monday appeared to sympathize with the plaintiff, a Christian football coach whose employment contract at a public school was not renewed after he prayed on the 50-yard line following games, USA Today reports.
Footage emerged Sunday of more mass killings near the Ukrainian capital Kyiv as the death toll rises in the Russian-Ukrainian war that Europe fears will escalate into cross border bloodbath.
Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday announced a new investigation into Facebook and Twitter trying to suppress initial reporting in October 2020 about Hunter Biden’s laptop.
Journalists were further plunged into mourning Wednesday amid confirmation that a veteran cameraman and a 24-year-old Ukrainian journalist working for Fox News were killed while reporting on the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The war in Ukraine was brought to the doorstep of the NATO military alliance Sunday with officials saying dozens of people were killed as Russia fired missiles at an army base near the border of NATO member Poland.
Fearing a world war, U.S. President Joe Biden said Friday his country would not intervene militarily against Russia in Ukraine, as Russian forces stepped up their bombardment across Ukraine.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky accused Russia of genocide after a Russian airstrike hit a children’s hospital in Ukraine’s besieged southern city of Mariupol.
Russian police arrested over 3,000 people protesting against the country’s war with Ukraine on Sunday.
Network and some print media outlets were slammed Monday for ignoring special counsel John Durham’s bombshell court filing that alleges the Clinton campaign paid technology experts to “infiltrate” servers at Trump Tower and the White House.