Critical of United States, spying suspect drifted to Iran
Monica Witt, a former U.S. Air Force intelligence specialist, made her way through the gleaming doors and majestic lobby of one of Tehran’s largest luxury hotels in 2013, on her way to a conference that was all about bashing American culture.
What the United States keeps getting wrong in Iran
We can't "save" another country, especially one we don't understand.
Letters: Should the United States be worried about Iran?
HedRe: Allies put U.S. credibility to test - More proof is sought; Pompeo says evidence of Iran role 'unmistakable,' Monday news story.Here we...
The Many Ways Iran Could Target the United States
The White House is citing unspecified threats from Iran. The specifics are murky, but the potential for escalation is real.
The United States Army
Today, the U.S. Army is made up of more than 700,000 soldiers, including active duty and Army Reserve personnel. These soldiers fill many roles, from doctors, lawyers, and engineers, to electricians, computer programmers and helicopter pilots.
Iran shoots down US drone: What Iran and the United States are saying
The rising tensions between the United States and Iran continued on Thursday morning, when a U.S. surveillance drone was shot down by Iran.
How the Neocon Plan to Destabilize Iran Will Blow Back on the United States
A destabilized Iran would make post-invasion Iraq look like Disney World by comparison.
Why Iran's Domestic Debates Should Matter to the United States
Iran's internal debates play a critical role in framing, molding, and selling foreign and security policies. Understanding areas of both consensus and division among Iranian elites is key to developing a realistic policy on Iran and ensuring successful engagement in any future negotiations.
20 Fattest Cities in the United States
Website WalletHub has released a list of what they're calling the "Fattest Cities in the United States" and the news isn't good for the southeast.
Why Is The United States Sharing This Dangerous Technology With The Saudis?
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Why The United States Won't Launch A Ground War Versus Iran
This time, there is no “coalition of the willing” to posture and pretend that the US has many and varied allies engaged in some just cause to rid the world of evil, as it proclaimed in 1994 versus North Korea, and in 2003 versus Iraq...
Ted Cruz Is Right: The United States Should Axe Iran’s Oil Waivers
Cruz’s emphasis on eliminating Iranian oil waivers highlights a contentious debate brewing over how much pressure to apply on Iran’s repressive regime.
Hints of Progress for Labor in the United States
With Donald Trump sitting in the White House and right-wing Republicans controlling Congress, there is not much for labor to cheer about on the American national political scene. In addition, the overall prospect for union organizing does not look very good. Republicans are pursuing policies at both the national and state level to further erode union membership. But with all the bad news, there have been…
Why the United States is playing rope-a-dope with Iran in the Persian Gulf
Iran is trying to provoke U.S. forces into action — but they're not playing.
United States Patent and Trademark Office
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) today issued U.S. patent number 10 million. More than just a number, patent 10 million celebrates the rich history and strength of the American intellectual property system dating back to the first U.S. patent, signed 228 years ago by George Washington on July 31, 1790, and issued to Samuel Hopkins for a process of making potash, an ingredient…
With Chaos in the Streets of Iran, Here’s How the United States Could Help the Iranian People
The Iranian people deserve American support. But current U.S. policies are hurting the cause that Iranians are fighting for while failing to achieve any strategic objectives.
Why Are People Fleeing to the United States?
Over a century ago, land owners in Central America – specifically El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala (otherwise known as the Northern Triangle area), and in Nicaragua – came to an unofficial agreement with the power brokers in the U.S. aimed at creating political and financial stability at the cost of democratic institutions. As a result, dictatorships became the norm and the local populations were essentially stripped of…
20 best places to visit in the United States
Check out U.S. News and World Report "World's Best Places to Visit" rankings for the United States for 2014.
How The U.S. Helped Iran Manage Its Water Crisis
Iran asked the U.S. for help in managing its over stressed water resources back in 2009—a move that played a large role in cementing a new relationship between the two countries.