Kerry spent the Fourth of July talking with his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif.
Iran is not budging in nuclear talks on its refusal to allow spot inspections of military sites.
Iran has already been able to free up some 20% of its frozen assets, around $19 billion. At best, that's without doing anything, and at worse, that's while continuing to rush towards a nuclear bomb.
Shin Bet foils attempt by Hamas to overthrow Palestinian Authority government in Judea & Samaria.
US Pres. Barack Obama said Tuesday he'll "walk away" from a bad deal with Iran. So far, he hasn't.
Remind Sen. Chuck Schumer that he said any deal with Iran must include "anywhere, anytime" inspections.
The United States and the other P5+1 powers unsurprisingly have extended the June 30 deadline for reaching an agreement to supervise and limit Iran's...
Israeli PM Netanyahu warns nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers is going from bad to "worse."
Iran wants a nuclear bomb for "peace purposes," meaning the annihilation of Israel.
Iran has deep financial ties with Venezuela and other South American countries.
Obama seems to have fallen into the old trap of appointing people who tell him what he wants to hear.
Lockheed-Martin is studying an Israel request for a longer flight range that would make refueling easier.
US Secy of State John Kerry travels to Vienna on Friday for "final" nuclear talks with Iran.
In a last-ditch effort the US and world powers offer Iran nuclear equipment to sweeten their deal.
Speaking Tuesday, Iran's Supreme Leader nixed the terms for a nuclear deal with world powers.
WikiLeaks reveals a Saudi cable that claims Iran sent nuclear equipment to Sudan.
Iran's parliament votes to ban access to military nuclear sites and scientists.
Iran, Saudi Arabia and Venezuela told the U.N. Human Rights Council their countries are bastions of freedom.
Rumors are flying that Khamenei's days are numbered. Hard-liners are outdoing each other to ditch a deal on its nuclear program.
The same virus spying on the Iranian delegations in Europe was found inside anti-virus software maker Kaspersky lab's servers.