New York Democratic Congresswoman Kathleen Rice will vote against the Iran deal.
Americans oppose the Iran deal, and only a slight majority of Democrats support it.
Chuck Schumer’s office has received more than 10,000 phone calls over the past two weeks, all of them from groups and individuals opposed to the Iran nuclear deal.
Kerry reassures the Gulf States, who are gouging him for more arms and to force Israel out of Judea and Samaria.
No one was injured from the mortar fire that apparently strayed during clashes.
Iranian double talk is clear when a top official praises the nuclear deal but warns of no IAEA inspector access to military sites.
President Rouhani tells Iranians his nation has the right to enrich uranium under the new nuclear deal.
Egypt's Pres. El-Sisi signs law that paves the way to new parliamentary elections.
Israelis have broken the nation's record for energy consumption in this week's heat wave.
They managed to collect $3,300 from ISIS recruiters, before they were caught by the Chechen police E unit.
Iran is already banking on the lifting of sanctions; vow to raise oil production to 1 million bpd.
His new book is called "Palestine" a features a cover showing a map of "what used to be Israel" and with the word "Palestine" plastered over it.
Former liberal Democratic New York Congressman Gar Ackerman has come out four-square against the nuclear deal with Iran, Ackerman, who was New York City's 7th...
Cong. Albio Sires of New Jersey is the third Democrat so far to come out against the JCPOA because it won't bar Iran from becoming a nuclear state
No one envied the Iranian last week, with temperatures above 150 Farenheit. In Israel, it hit above 100 degrees.
State Dept. claims Congress is "looped in," but IAEA head refuse to testify at Senate hearings.
Saudi Arabia may buy $5.4 billion worth of PAC-3 missiles as part of an effort by the Obama to soothe Riyadh's anger over the...
California Democratic Congressman will vote against Iran deal because it fails to stop Iran from becoming a nuclear threshold state.
Hamas said that the unity government’s reshuffle was “unconstitutional and outside consensus.”
The Prime Minister said that the procedures for inspections are "full of holes."