Shannon Bream followed up Thursday with a former DEA official who was a source for Politico's bombshell report alleging the Obama administration interfered with a federal investigation targeting drug trafficking by the Iranian-backed terrorist group Hezbollah.
See what's going on in Iran right now? Unlike his predecessor, President Trump is bold enough to support the protesters.
Kellyanne Conway had some strong words for Susan Rice after the former National Security Adviser tweeted out a New York Times article titled “How Can Trump Help Iran’s Protesters? Be Quiet."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday released a message expressing support for Iranian protesters and condemning Tehran's claims that Israel is responsible for the demonstrations.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Sunday warned that 2018 will be a year of "extreme danger" as the United States faces mounting tensions with North Korea and Iran.
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton commended President Donald Trump for siding with the anti-government protesters in Iran.
Alan Dershowitz believes former President Obama's strategy with Iran emboldened the Islamic republic, which he said is now poised to become a nuclear threat like North Korea in the next decade.
Politico's Josh Meyer is standing by his bombshell report that the Obama administration "shut down" a law enforcement campaign targeting drug trafficking by the Iranian-backed terrorist group Hezbollah.
Dan Bongino slammed former president Obama's Iran deal, accusing Iran of cheating and trying to develop nuclear weapons despite the agreement.
President Donald Trump on Friday "decertified" the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement, which leaves the fate of the deal in Congress' hands.
Newt Gingrich said that President Donald Trump decided to "decertify" the Iran nuclear deal because the administration understands that Iran has long been the United States' "mortal enemy."
President Donald Trump is expected to "decertify" the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement before Sunday's deadline, which would leave the fate of the deal in Congress' hands.