The New York Times reported Iran's 'short-range missiles have a range of just over 600 miles, meaning that one fired from the outskirts of Baghdad could strike Jerusalem'
'Significant hoard' captured in the Arabian Sea is further proof of Tehran's efforts to inflame conflict in the region, top U.S. official says
More details of the nation-wide demonstrations that erupted over increased gas prices emerge
Israel’s defense establishment has always been cool to the idea of a formal pact. But the threats Israel faces have changed: a treaty with the U.S. is an urgent issue of vital strategic importance
Letter from France, Germany and U.K. cites social media footage of a previously unseen flight test of a new Shahab-3 medium-range ballistic missile variant 'technically capable of delivering a nuclear weapon'
Officials say incident illustrates the continuing illegal smuggling of weapons to Houthi rebels
In recent months, a series of strikes in Iraq have been attributed to Israel, some of them near the Syria-Iraq border and the Al-Bukamal-Qaim crossing
Washington has ruled out lifting sanctions unless Iran further curbs its nuclear work, ends its ballistic missile programme and its regional proxy wars
The grievances animating protests in Lebanon and Iraq are beyond anything Tehran or local leaders can cope with: This isn't an Arab Spring, this is a Persian Autumn
Iranian opposition leader Mirhossein Mousavi has compared Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to the Shah, following the government's brutal crackdown on protests this month
As estimated toll mounts, Tehran finally confirms deaths took place, puts responsibility on protesters, foreign elements
Washington will step up its forces and expand the war on ISIS with the Kurds, who hope to win a seat at the negotiating table. Meanwhile, Russia’s efforts at ending the conflict have failed and Iran is watching closely
Hossein Mousavi says crackdown on popular protest over gas price hike is similar to last-straw moment for Iran’s Shi'ite theocracy in 1978
Mohammad Rashnonezhad, who fled his home country, said he hopes to show 'sports are separate from politics'
France's foreign minister suggested they would consider triggering a mechanism within the Joint Commission that could lead to UN sanctions
Security forces opened fire on the protesters as the death toll climbs to at least 350 since the start of the anti-government demonstrations in October
With Netanyahu's legal woes and a new defense minister looking to score political points, Israel's security establishment has one responsible adult
More than 50 bases used by security forces attacked and some 70 gas stations burned as anti-government protests continue, interior minister says
Tehran fears a mass boycott of upcoming elections that might chip away at its legitimacy even more, Israeli intelligence officials say
With Tehran's hard-liners seeing Trump as a 'Twitter tiger,' this kind of strategic, carefully planned strike could herald a new era in Mideast warfare
Saeid Mollaei, who defected after Iranian authorities pressured him not to compete against Israeli Sagi Muki, competed on Saturday for the first time since his receiving refugee status
As nation connects back to the world, the toll of the protests, which the government blames on 'foreign foes,' remains unclear
'The attack on the oil fields in Saudi was stunning in the depth of its audaciousness,' General Kenneth McKenzie said. Netanyahu: Iran planning 'additional attacks'
Iran blames 'thugs' with foreign ties for the recent violent unrest sparked by a drastic reduction of fuel subsidies
WATCH U.S. Aircraft Carrier Conducts Military Drill After Encountering Iran's Navy While Entering the Gulf
The Abraham Lincoln entered the vital Strait of Hormuz on Tuesday amid simmering tensions between Iran and the United States
Tehran has blamed 'thugs' linked to exiles and foreign foes - the U.S., Israel and Saudi Arabia - for stirring up unrest following hikes in gasoline prices ■ Rights group Amnesty International says over 100 killed in nationwide protests
Amnesty said more than 100 people were killed nationwide, the unrest appears to be the worst violence at least since Iran stamped out a 'Green Revolution' in 2009
At what point would Russia demand Israel cease its hostilities?
'The intensity of Israel's missile and bomb attacks increased sharply,' Foreign Ministry says in a statement accusing Israel of violating Jordanian airspace
'We will hold members of the Iranian regime accountable for their violent repression of the Iranian people,' tweeted U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo