Iran earthquake hits close to Bushehr nuclear plant, kills 37: Official
The quake struck 55 miles from Bushehr, the country's first and only nuclear power station.
Iran unveils 'nuclear achievements' days after failed negotiations
Iran said operations had begun at a new uranium production plant and two extraction mines on Tuesday, days after nuclear talks between Iran and six world powers in Kazakhstan ended without results.
Egypt suspends tourist flights to Iran after protests
Flights from Iran will be halted until mid-June as Egypt re-evaluates decision to allow Shiite Iranian tourists into the majority Sunni nation.
First batch of Iranian tourists arrives in Egypt
The first commercial flight to visit Egypt from Iran in 34 years took off on March 30th, as the two nations hope to promote cross-border tourism.
Egypt and Iran resume direct flights for first time in 34 years
An Air Memphis plane flew from Cairo to Tehran today, the first direct Egypt-Iran flight since 1979.
Iran, North Korea block UN weapons treaty
Iran and North Korea blocked an effort on Thursday to adopt a global treaty that would regulate the multimillion-dollar international weapons trade.
There is little the US can do to prevent Israel’s policies from being its undoing
Commentary: In reaffirming unbreakable US-Israel bond, Obama put this dilemma on the table.
Israeli Defense Forces fears Hezbollah and Iran gaining access to Syrian weapons: report
The Israeli Defense Forces is reportedly readjusting focus to Lebanon and its militant Hezbollah group amid fears that Iran and Hezbollah are gaining access to weapons in Syria.
Presidential deceptions on Iraq led US to abandon core values
Commentary: Torture and killing innocents with drones continue to haunt Americans.
Questions for Obama: Is Israel bluffing? Is Iran bluffing?
Commentary: Overriding issues for the president in his visit with Netanyahu.
Saudi Arabia: 18 suspected spies arrested
Saudi Arabian officials said today that they had arrested 18 people – an Iranian, a Lebanese citizen and 16 Saudis – for spying on the kingdom for a foreign country.
Iranian ex-president Rafsanjani's daughter released from jail
Faezeh Hashemi, the daughter of Iranian ex-president Rafsanajani, is freed after six months in jail.
Iran's religious reformists call on former leaders Khatami, Rafsanjani, to run for president: Report
The Society of Seminary Teachers and Researchers of Qom, a pro-reform religious group, weighs in on Iran's upcoming presidential race.
What was Biden signaling in his pro-war comments on Iran to Israeli lobby?
Commentary: Is the vice president building his own hardline bona fides for 2016?
Iran to sue Affleck over 'Argo:' Reports
Iran takes Ben Affleck to task over 'Argo.'
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's touchy-feely turn with mother of Hugo Chavez angers Iranian clerics
A photo of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad embracing the mother of Hugo Chavez at the Friday funeral for the late Venezuelan president has outraged religious leaders in the Islamic Republic.
Ahmadinejad predicts Chavez will be resurrected with Jesus, Muslim prophet
Iran's leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that the late Hugo Chavez will rise again.
Tehran rats outgrowing cats, surviving poison, but not snipers
Giant, mutant rats surviving poison, so Tehran hires sniper teams.
Jon Stewart taking ‘Daily Show’ hiatus to direct film
Stewart will take 12 weeks off this summer to direct 'Rosewater' about journalist Maziar Bahari's 2009 imprisonment in Iran.
Kerry warns of 'nuclear arms race' if Iran gets the bomb (VIDEO)
New secretary of state tells ABC Iran's nuclear activity is increasing.
Pakistan: Sectarian violence threatens elections
Some Pakistani Shiites say martial law is the only thing that can stem the terrorist tide.
With Iran posed to be a regional player, US should find ways to repair relations
Commentary: Size and oil wealth means Western sanctions over nuclear issue are unsustainable.
Kerry says Iran has 'finite amount of time' for nuclear talks
Secretary of State John Kerry said talks with Iran about its nuclear program are time-limited.
Iran says working on 3,000 new uranium-enrichment centrifuges
Iran says it will produce thousands of new-generation centrifuges capable of enriching uranium.
Syria, Iran call US aid to Syrian rebels 'double standard'
Syria, backed by its ally Iran, has accused the US of hypocrisy for offering to send direct aid to rebels fighting to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad.
Iran has highest rate of nose jobs in world
Iran has seven times the number of nose jobs each year than the US.
Argentina and Iran to probe AMIA bombing
Argentina has approved an agreement with Iran to set up an international truth commission to investigate the 1994 bombing of AMIA, a Jewish center in Buenos Aires.
Argentina’s bedeviled pact with Iran
Argentina and Iran agree to investigate the deadly 1994 blast at a Buenos Aires Jewish center. Trouble is, Argentine prosecutors reckon Iran was behind it, and Tehran won't let Iranian suspects be interrogated.
Telegraph mistakes Iranian plutonium production for news
As talks on Iran's nuclear program move ahead, experts weigh in on the meaning of the publication's "scoop" on a program that anyone paying attention has known about for years.
Iran nuclear showdown: a primer for mortals (UPDATED)
As urgent negotiations begin, here’s what you need to know.
Hints of progress, but no progress yet in Iran nuclear talks
Iran state TV cites a "comprehensive package of proposals," and western officials may offer sanction relief in exchange for some nuclear work stoppage.