Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu vowed Sunday at a Jerusalem Day ceremony the Israeli capital would remain undivided "forever."
Iran tried to buy UN-banned products in the Czech Republic but was caught and stopped, Reuters reports exclusively.
Iran caught red-handed trying to purchase equipment to pursue nuclear weaponization.
Iranian National Guards ships fired on Singapore-flagged ship sailing in international waters
Saudi Arabian officials are warning the US, that they will match Iran's nuclear arsenal buildup.
Tehran also insists inspection of military sites will not happen.
SWC leadership calls on P5+1 to condemn Iran's threats to annihilate Israel. *crickets*
NY Times reports IDF evidence Lebanese villages are Hezbollah military bases with human shields.
Iran's clients and proxies use schools and hospitals to launch their attacks. The UN criticizes the other side for fighting back.
Netanyahu tackled Obama with a speech in Congress. King Salman simply insults him with a royal snub.
Almost the entire Arab Middle East sees Iran as an enemy.
Israel's defense researchers have created new technology to detect deadly terror tunnels.
Congress is doing Obama a favor by showing Iran it cannot get away with murder.
Official tell CNN North Korea has capacity to reach American soil. U.S. bases in S. Korea in danger.
Maersk is to pay a fine, putting an end to another US-Iranian mini-crisis.
The Senate hopes to vote on a nuclear review bill by Thursday, as talks resume next week on a deal between Tehran and world powers.
British-flagged vessels are also now being escorted through the Strait of Hormuz by U.S. Navy warships following Iran's capture of a Marshall Islands-flagged ship.
Will the UN rush to investigate an attack leaving two UN peacekeepers wounded in the Golan Heights, as it did when a UNIFIL soldier was shot in January?
"Yes, Iran didn’t keep economic agreements, but a nuclear deal is different." Why? Well, because it’s different.
"They already have paved a path to a bomb’s worth of material."