Biden administration to "protect and defend" Trump from Iran revenge threat
"Iran continues to plot against U.S. citizens and interests as so-called revenge for the death of Qassem Soleimani," the State Department told Newsweek.
Iran vows revenge on Soleimani killers, including Trump, 93 other Americans
Iran's defense minister warned that his soldiers' fingers were "on the trigger" in preparation for "avenging the blood of General Soleimani."
U.S. not "untouchable," Iran says
Recent intelligence suggests Iran could be preparing for an imminent attack on U.S. allies in the Middle East.
John Bolton 'Embarrassed at the Low Price' for His Assassination
Iranian national Shahram Poursafi has been indicted and accused of offering to pay $300,000 to have Bolton assassinated.
Lisa McClain Lauds Trump for bin Laden Capture, Which Happened Under Obama
The congresswoman made the assertion at Trump's Michigan rally on Saturday, adding, "We need strength."
Twitter Bans Account Linked to Iran Leader Over Trump Threat Video
While Twitter permanently banned one account linked to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, others remain active on the platform.
2 Years After Soleimani, Secret Service Takes Iran Trump Threat 'Seriously'
"The U.S. Secret Service takes all threats to our protectees seriously," spokesperson Justine Whelan told Newsweek.
Iranian Aytatollah Releases Animation Showing Drone Strike Killing Trump
"Soleimani's murderer and the one who gave the order will pay the price," the video stated.
U.S. Warns Iran of 'Severe Consequences' if Americans Attacked
The warning follows Iran threatening violence and sanctioning American officials over the death of General Qassem Soleimani, killed in a 2020 drone strike.
Iran Must Come Clean About Hidden Uranium to Revive Nuclear Deal—IAEA Chief
Rafael Grossi said the three-month bridge agreement between the U.N. agency and Iran was "quite fragile."
Biden's Criticism of Trump's Soleimani Strike Resurfaces After Syria Attack
Biden approved airstrikes on Iranian-backed Iraqi militia fighters in Syria in retaliation for a rocket attack on American troops in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Biden Plays Softball With Iran
Biden's moves to empower Iran and its Houthi proxy against the U.S.'s Arab Gulf allies will be very costly to the region and to the U.S.
Iranian News Agency Tweets Picture of Trump Golfing Under Bomber Shadow
Text inside the graphic posted by the Iranian news agency indicates that "revenge is inevitable" against former President Donald Trump for ordering the killing of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani.
The Soleimanification of the Middle East
The mushrooming of Soleimani posters across the region on the anniversary of his death is a typical Iranian public relations onslaught.
Iran Vows Soleimani Revenge As First Anniversary of Assassination Looms
Tensions are high as Trump's final weeks in office coincide with the Soleimani anniversary and fresh violence in Iraq.
Fakhrizadeh and Soleimani Were Even More Justified Killings Than bin Laden
In all cases, it would be better to capture war criminals alive, but if that is not possible, it is entirely lawful and moral to neutralize them and the threats they pose, while limiting the collateral damage to others.
Trump's Final Weeks Bring Risk of Iran War Amid Assassinations, Sanctions
The recent assassination of top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizdeh threatens to plunge U.S.-Iranian ties into deeper chaos before President-Elect Joe Biden can attempt to thaw relations.
Russia Tech Helped Iran Track U.S. F-35s in Stand Off, Company Claims
The CEO of a technology firm has claimed that Iranian forces used a Russian-made radar system to identify and track American warplanes in January.
Iran Unveils Missiles; Trump Administration to 'Snap Back' U.N. Sanctions
"We have made great progress in the field of strategic and deterrent weaponry," Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said.
Iran Renews Threat of 'Counter Blow' Against U.S. for Soleimani Killing
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei made the threat during a meeting with new Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi, urging Baghdad to expel U.S. troops from the country.
U.N. Expert Brands Soleimani Strike Illegal, Iran Demands U.S. Compensation
Agnes Callamard, the U.N. special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, said the U.S. had failed to provide evidence to support the need for the January drone strike.
Should Regime Change in Iran Be Official U.S. Policy?
Scott Modell, adjunct professor at Georgetown University, debates The American Conservative's Curt Mills.
Iran Requests Interpol's Help to Arrest Trump Over Soleimani Killing
Tehran prosecutor Ali Alqasimehr said Trump and 35 others are now facing "murder and terrorism charges" which Iran will pursue even if the president loses the November election.
Reason for Killing Soleimani 'Contradicts' Trump's Claim: Top Democrat
The report outlining the administration's legal justifications for killing the Iranian general does not cite an "imminent attack," which Trump and some of his top officials claimed was the reason.
Iran Lawmaker From Soleimani's Home Province Offers Reward to Kill Trump
The threat was made in Iran's parliament by the lawmaker who represents the area that former Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani came from.
Iran's Supreme Leader Says Regime Will Learn From Recent 'Bitter' Events
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei told worshippers in Tehran on Friday that the strike against American targets in Iraq should be considered a "day of Allah."
Killing Soleimani Violated International Law: Ex-Nuremberg Prosecutor
Benjamin B. Ferencz, 99, said he "cannot stay silent" on what he termed the "murder" of the influential Iranian commander.
Former CIA Officer Says Trump Didn't 'Recognize The Most Important Threats'
Douglas London, a 34-year veteran of the CIA, warned that Trump is primarily focused on "celebrity" and "headlines."
Trump Supporters Are Less Confident In The Economy After The Iran Crisis
Moderates from across the political spectrum showed the biggest decline in consumer confidence.
Trump's Killing of Soleimani Will Continue To Shape the Middle East
Iran has used the killing to rally support at home and abroad, but now has to walk the tightrope between underwhelming its allies and provoking an all-out war.