Another mysterious blast has hit Iraq as speculation mounts as to Israel's potential role in what may be an expansion of its campaign against alleged Iran-associated sites in neighboring Syria.
Dozens of people have been killed or wounded after an explosion sent flames ripping through a wedding hall on Saturday night in Kabul, Afghanistan, according to The Associated Press.
The 34-second clip, promoted by al-Qaeda to mock its competitor, shows that even radical terrorists can get camera shy.
The Iraqi Defense Ministry announced "the cancellation of all approvals for aviation in Iraqi airspace" after a suspicious explosion at a military base, the U.S.-led coalition agreed to comply.
Just hours before a judge in U.K.-ruled Gibraltar ordered the release of Iran's Grace 1 supertanker, the Iranian navy commander warned an "Islamic maritime resistance" was being formed.
The Christchurch shooter mentioned only one U.S. state in his manifesto: Texas. The El Paso shooter answered this online call to arms.
The man with a bloodied shirt who was wielding a large butcher's knife, jumped on a car.
Newsweek has learned from senior defense officials that U.S. forces have been ordered to stop targeting the Taliban and advising Afghan allies as thousands of troops were set to withdraw from the country.
Iran's foreign minister warned that "the threats are coming from the U.S. and its Western allies who are pouring weapons in the region."
Critics ridiculed Ivanka Trump's holiday greeting to Muslims on Eid al-Adha as hypocritical. "Nobody tell Nepotism Barbie here how her father tried to ban all Muslims from entering the United States."
As the Pentagon confirms the deployment of 1000 U.S. troops and six helicopters to the southwest border next week on August 15, documents obtained by Newsweek show drones and reconnaissance planes could be going with them.
Iran's defense minister held talks with his Kuwaiti, Omani and Qatari counterparts, arguing that an "American-led military alliance will only increase the insecurity in the region under the pretext of securing shipping."
Some lawmakers are calling for a new Patriot Act with a focus on far-right hate crimes. The president wants Antifa in the mix.
Since 2002, the number of people killed in attacks because of the far-right and because of Islamist radicals is nearly equal.
Tehran's Washington-blacklisted top diplomat said that this time the U.S. was using "economic terrorism" by "violating a historic nuclear deal & punishing those who seek to adhere to it."
Iran's navy chief called the U.K.'s decision to join the U.S. in the Persian Gulf "a big bluff and a deceitful act that tries to make this region look unsafe, even though it is secure."
A gunman opened fire at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, this morning, leaving 20 dead and at least 26 others injured.
President Trump has called climate change a "Chinese hoax" designed "make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive."
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, recently sanctioned by the U.S., warned that global "commerce & power are shifting" away from the West.
Hawaii Representative and presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard has long opposed U.S.-sponsored regime change, but her opponents keep focusing on a fateful 2017 meeting in Syria.
Retired Admiral William McRaven also said that hawks in Washington should not think a conflict with Iran would be quick and painless.
"Thank you for considering me such a huge threat to your agenda," Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted.
Germany's top diplomat said "there is no military solution" as the U.S. and Iran attempted to secure support for rival visions on how to secure the Strait of Hormuz.
The Trump administration has been accused of illicitly transferring nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia, which has threatened to build a nuclear bomb if Iran did.
Americans' fears of North Korea's nuclear program and the Islamic State have both fallen significantly in the past two years of Donald Trump's presidency.
Top officials from the United Arab Emirates and Iran held rare talks just as the United States was trying to isolate the Islamic Republic through "maximum pressure."
Russia's embassy in South Africa criticized what turned out to be a satirical story about White House national security adviser John Bolton being nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
The U.S. embassy in Berlin criticized a German politician opposed to sending ships to the Strait of Hormuz, while Iran touted newfound ties with Russia and sought more Chinese support.
The head of Iran's navy said a recent memorandum of understanding with Russia "may be considered as a turning point in relations of Tehran in Moscow."