Iraq's parliament called on Sunday for US and other foreign troops to leave as a backlash grows against the US killing of a top Iranian general, and President Donald Trump doubled down on threats to target Iranian sites if Tehran retaliates.
This week’s attack on the American Embassy in Baghdad was orchestrated and carried out by a Shiite militia group that is known to have close ties to Iraq’s neighbor, Iran. So, what do we know about this group and its relations with Iran?
Iran threatened on Friday to hit back hard after a US air strike in Baghdad killed Qasem Soleimani, commander of Iran's elite Quds Force and architect of its growing military influence in the Middle East.
Democrats and Republicans were set to grapple Tuesday starting at 11 a.m. ET over the rules of engagement for an historic vote in the House of Representatives, where President Donald Trump is likely to become the third US president to be impeached.
Who is Egypt's vice president? Retired Colonel Patrick Lang has known and worked with him for two decades. He says Suleiman's intention to provide an orderly transition is genuine, but the time table that Egyptians are hoping for is probably unlikely.
Noel King, managing producer for The Takeaway, looks at why the U.S. should be keeping a close eye on what's happening in Yemen, as well as in Iran. We also talk to Charlie Herman about the politics of the U.S. budget.
President Obama's 2012 federal budget proposal is out and the debate over spending has begun. This comes while the 2011 budget has yet to be resolved. For the GOP it's all about cutting, so will the president's proposed budget make it through Congress?
Some activists in Egypt say a US program to promote democracy in the Middle East may have helped the recent political revolution in Cairo. Anchor Lisa Mullins discusses the program, called the Middle East Partnership Initiative, with Stephen McInerney.