If the Senate version of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2019 also includes Rep. Keith Ellison's bipartisan amendment, Congress could send a clear message to Donald Trump.
Most U.S. media outlets do not find this information noteworthy and have no interest in conveying fundamental facts about what’s going on in Iran.
An invasion, which some American politicians are suggesting, would lead to another quagmire in which soldiers and innocent civilians are killed over the control of oil.
Donald Trump's presidency has been six months of pain and confusion, but he has kept his campaign pledge to curtail Washington’s urge for regime change.
Forget Vladimir Putin and his rickety petro-state. The most dangerous nation on the planet now may be ours: belligerent, irrational, heavily armed and in possession of staggering powers to intervene, interfere, and repress.
A slew of bipartisan reports are hoping to push the former secretary of state to increased military action in the Middle East, particularly Syria.
Ahead of Saturday’s debate, the Democratic candidate has accused his opponent of encouraging militant Islam in Libya, saying she carelessly fomented regime change “without worrying” about the resultant instability that eventually enabled Islamic State to take hold there.