Articles of Interest
Last night, as President Trump’s guest in the House gallery, I had the singular honor of representing more than a thousand families of fallen and wounded service members for a portion of the State of the Union that briefly bridged our deep political divide.
Two of President Trump’s guests at the State of the Union address Tuesday were the wife and son of Army Staff Sgt. Christopher Hake, who was killed in Iraq by a roadside bomb planted with the help of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani.
CALIFORNIA CITY/ELIZABETHTOWN, KY — An Iranian lawmaker offered a $3 million reward to anyone who would kill U.S. President Donald Trump. This is just the latest in the conflict between the two countries, triggered by the U.S. president ordering an airstrike earlier this month that killed the commander of Iran’s elite Quds Force, Qassem Soleimani. Trump said Soleimani was “plotting imminent and sinister attacks on American diplomats and military personnel.”
By Gary Osen - - Monday, January 29, 2018
President Trump’s recent surprising and unequivocal statement regarding the Iran nuclear deal amounts to an ultimatum to America’s European allies as well as members of Congress that unless very specific and clear improvements are made, the White House will withdraw the U.S. from the agreement this May. The question is whether they will take the president’s threat seriously.
By Priscilla DeGregory
December 27, 2017 | 10:15pm
Lisa Ramaci, wife of slain freelance journalist Steven Vincent, during a rededication ceremony at the Freedom Forum Journalists Memorial in 2006.
A woman still seeking justice for the 2005 murder of her journalist husband in Iraq is suing the FBI for documents related to the investigation so she can go after the Iranian government.
The new records reveal, for the first time, the identities of Chiquita executives who oversaw funding of right-wing death squads.
A new release of the sensitive internal records of Chiquita Brands International, the U.S. banana giant that funded right-wing paramilitary death squads in Colombia, dubbed the “Chiquita Papers,” reveals new information about the exact role individual Chiquita executives played in bankrolling terror in the South American country.
A high-level Turkish banker has been arrested in New York for conspiring with Turkish gold trader Reza Zarrab to evade U.S. sanctions against Iran...
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