"Last month Iran was protesting their government—now millions are united against the United States. Thanks to Donald Trump."
The United States has no right to bomb countries, to overthrow governments, or to
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif had sought to give a speech condemning the U.S. assassination of Qassem Suleimani.
A key question is how will Iran respond to the U.S. drone strike that killed top Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani near the Baghdad airport in Iraq. Angry with an attack just outside their capital, members of Iraq’s parliament approved a nonbinding resolution calling for American forces to leave the country. Iranian leaders vowed revenge. Meanwhile, the Pentagon has told 4,500 sailors and Marines they might be called on to support a military operation in the Middle East. The United States and Iran...
We should all worry about war with Iran, but we should also worry about how it may be stopped. If our military leaders tell their commander in chief they will not follow his order to strike Iran or elsewhere, as indeed we might hope they will, we will have had a total change in our long tradition of military subservience to civilian leadership.
Democrats on the November debate stage in Atlanta turned the spotlight to an issue affecting millions of Americans when they were asked how they planned to make housing more affordable. "Where you put your head at night determines so many things about your life," billionaire Tom Steyer said during the Nov. 20 debate. "It determines where your kids go to school. It determines the air you breathe, where you shop, how long it takes you to get to work." See Figure 1 on PolitiFact.com Steyer and Sen....
Does Iran appear to be standing down? Perhaps. It feels more like neither the United States nor Iran has the stomach for a prolonged, open conflict with each other. Iran knows that it can’t stand toe-to-toe with the United States, especially with its weak economy, internal dissent and environmental issues.
Debbie Cenziper focuses on “the Trawniki men,” trained in Poland to commit mass murder.
Only the absence of retaliation or some lower-level action that gives both sides a face-saving way out of the predicament can restore deterrence. Otherwise, fight’s on.
With escalating tensions between the US and Iran following the US killing of Iranian official Qasem Soleimani, CNN's Tom Foreman discusses what a potential war between the two nations could look like.
In 1979, I met with President Jimmy Carter in the White House. I wrote a book titled “The Iran Crisis,” which detailed the humiliating taking of American hostages from the U.S. Embassy in Tehran. In 2019, I met with President Donald Trump in the White House and wrote the book