The United Arab Emirates ink $1.3 billion in weapon deals as U.S. officials say arms smuggling is fueling a conflict that has killed 60,000.
Not only has the U.S. president failed to rally Europe to his crusade, but even the anti-Iran states of the Gulf have split.
While pledging to pull troops from Syria and Afghanistan, the president has ramped up tensions with Iran. An expert assesses the dangers.
As Iran marks the 40th anniversary of its Islamic Revolution, the inmates who suffered torture at the hands of the police still bear marks.
The president's allies in Congress are quietly trying to influence and even reshape his "America First" agenda.
The now-freed Marzieh Hashemi, a U.S. citizen and material witness in an inquiry, tells AP her work and "belief system" made her a target.
The advocacy group Committee to Protect Journalists has asked the Justice Department to disclose the reason for her arrest.
As Nicolas Maduro begins his second term as president, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo appears hell-bent on toppling the Bolivarian regime.
Iran's foreign minister says American anchorwoman Marzieh Hashemi, who the FBI has apparently detained, has "done nothing but journalism.”