Less than a year after President Obama left Israel to the sound of loud cheering after he assured Israelis in Hebrew that they “are not alone,” a new poll has...
Questions about Iran's nuclear detonator will be answered in the coming months, Tehran says
As he seeks rapprochement with the West, Iran's President is battling conservative hardliners at home. Reports suggest he recently blocked a planned Iranian...
The Egyptian government is blaming the Muslim Brotherhood for an increase in attacks across the country
Egypt's likely presidential candidate will visit the Russian capital on Wednesday
Human Rights Watch calls for urgent reforms
In an apparent warming of relations, Israel's Defense Minister sat and listened to Iran's Foreign Minister during a conference in Germany over the weekend
America-backed effort aimed at keeping weapons from falling into extremists' hands
The American Studies Association wants to boycott Israel...and us to pay for it. I have a degree in American Studies--actually, it's in American...
Major French companies visit Islamic Republic following easing of economic sanctions
Attacks in four areas in and near Baghdad also leave dozens wounded
Foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says final deal within reach if 'good will' exists
Former Secretary of State reportedly favors letting negotiations proceed
Official's language marks a shift from previous rhetoric
Israeli government angered by Secretary of State Kerry's insistence talks move forward
Gunmen reportedly fired on his car while headed to parliament
The Palestinian-Israeli peace talks that began in near-total secrecy six months ago are now producing a stream of leaks so steady the negotiations might as well...
The journalists, both Egyptian and foreign, are accused of aiding "terrorists"
(TEHRAN, Iran) — An Iranian official says a group of U.N. inspectors are on the way to visit a key uranium mine as part of a deal to allow expanded monitoring of...