Before signing the Iran deal, Obama administration officials often repeated an "I think I can't"...
For Tehran, money buys weapons, and weapons buy power and influence.
There is only one sheriff in town, and that sheriff better put on his badge.
The Speaker though doesn't believe U.S. ships should intercept an Iranian convoy in the region.
A Saudi-led coalition is halting its bombing campaign in Yemen.
Khamenei called the airstrike campaign a "genocide" against Yemeni civilians.
It is hard to put a good spin on the Obama administration's dealings in the Middle East.
Men, women and children throughout the Mideast have a right to be free of the bloodshed and terror...
Houthi rebels captured a key air base once used by U.S. special forces.
“Yemen is one of the most dangerous spots in the world,” Rep. Michael McCaul said.
How can authorities determine who exactly will become a terrorist?
It's time to stop measuring our strength by the size of our military operation.
Lindsey Graham, with his colorful metaphor, has it backward.
The Saudis are taking Hezbollah's expansion of regional practice and operations seriously.
Rebels are struggling to grab as much ground as possible before a U.N.-imposed cease-fire.
“We’re watching this closely. We’re monitoring this closely," an Obama aide said.
Pentagon officials insist the carrier will not intercept an Iranian weapons convoy.
"The best hope is that it prompts them to go back to negotiating table," Schiff said.
Republicans fear the situation in Yemen could engulf the entire region in a war.
An Obama aide said the goal was not to build a democracy.
“We will need to bring a new sense of urgency to diplomatic efforts," Rep. Adam Schiff said.
An official said the U.S. will take action to "disrupt continuing, imminent threats."
Were the terrorists part of larger organizations or homegrown attackers?
“Yemen has been of strategic importance to the United States," he said.