Army reservist Sgt. William Jerome Rivers' name will be added to the other names on the wall at the Carroll County Veterans Memorial Park.
The strikes were in response to the UIran proxy group Kataib Hezbollah's massive ballistic missile attack on al-Asad air base Saturday and an attack on al-Asad today, a U.S. defense official told Fox News.
The soccer star was showing appreciation to a fan who gifted him two paintings.
Police from San Jose, Calif., to New York City say they are increasing patrols at Jewish schools and places of worship on Friday, the day a Hamas leader described as "Day of Jihad," when he asked his followers to take to the streets and deliver a message of anger.
The U.S. and Qatar have reached an agreement that the Qataris will not act on any request from Tehran for the time being to access $6 billion in Iranian funds that were unblocked as part of a prisoner swap last month.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken signed off on the sanctions waivers late last week, a month after U.S. and Iranian officials said an agreement in principle was in place.
Iranian state media says 10 people died after drinking home-made liquor made with methanol at a party.
The U.S. Navy called Iran’s actions “contrary to international law and disruptive to regional security and stability."
Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard has been suspected of bomb-carrying drone attacks across the wider Middle East.
Iran and Saudi Arabia have agreed to reestablish diplomatic relations and reopen embassies after seven years of tensions.
Officials in Iran's theocracy initially dismissed these incidents, but now describe them as intentional attacks involving some 30 schools identified in local media reports.
The warning from Rafael Mariano Grossi of the International Atomic Energy Agency, in response to questions from European lawmakers this week, show just how high the stakes have become over Iran’s nuclear program.
The execution of Majidreza Rahnavard underscores the speed at which Iran now carries out death sentences handed down for those detained in demonstrations.
Mahsa Amini, who died while in custody of the morality police, had been arrested for violating Iran's strict dress codes.
Lethal aid seized by US 5th Fleet is used to make ballistic missiles
The ruling likely marks the first death sentence in the trials of those arrested for participating in protests that have swept Iran over the past weeks demanding an end to clerical rule.
An official describes it as a credible threat of an attack “soon or within 48 hours.” Concerns of a possible attack come after the Biden administration criticized Tehran for sending drones to help Russia in its war in Ukraine.
A Spanish man trekking from Madrid to Doha for the 2022 FIFA World Cup has not been heard from since the day after crossing into Iran three weeks ago, stirring fears about his fate in a country convulsed by mass unrest.
A White House official says Iran has sent a small number of personnel to help Russian troops in launching Iranian-made drones against Ukraine in the ongoing conflict.
An Instagram post on an account attributed to Iran's Elnaz Rekabi called her not wearing the hijab “unintentional," but fears for her safety have grown.