Taya Kyle, the widow of "American Sniper" Chris Kyle, joined "Fox & Friends" Thursday to discuss Sen. John McCain's comments saying a recent raid in Yemen resulting in the loss of a Navy SEAL's life was unsuccessful.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said today that the raid in Yemen was a success and any suggestion to the contrary is a "disservice" to the Navy SEAL who lost his life.
Marcus Luttrell, the U.S. Navy SEAL known for being portrayed as "The Lone Survivor" in Afghanistan, spoke about fallen SEAL Ryan Owens who was killed last week in Yemen.
A large special operations raid in Yemen resulted in the deaths of several terrorists and one U.S. Navy SEAL, Jennifer Griffin reported Monday.
A senior Iranian military official warned that any effort by the U.S. or Saudi Arabia to board a Yemen-bound ship – supposedly filled with aid supplies – would "spark a fire."
Tensions increased near the Persian Gulf on Tuesday as an Iranian ship intercepted a cargo ship in the Strait of Hormuz. The Iranian vessel is said to have fired a shot across the bow of the ship. The U.S. Navy said it has positioned a destroyer in the area to "conduct transits."
The Obama administration is facing criticism for sending mixed messages about the tense situation in Yemen. Ralph Peters reacted on America's Newsroom.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter has warned that Al Qaeda is on the rise in Yemen following turmoil caused by Houthi rebels' takeover from the pro-Western government last fall.
Internal State Department emails show "genuine panic" during last week's evacuation of the U.S. embassy in the Yemeni capital, Fox News chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reported exclusively this morning. After reviewing internal State Department emails, Herridge said that standard procedures to protect sensitive information were not followed during the hasty evacuation from Sana'a.
President Obama announced this morning that U.S. counter-terrorism activities in Yemen are not suspended, despite the sudden resignation of the country's president and cabinet on Thursday in the face of pressure from Iranian-backed Shiite rebels.
The collapse of the Yemeni government, coupled with the death of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah on Friday, throws the future of America’s fight against Islamist extremists in the volatile region into question.
Kimberly Guilfoyle fired off today on "Outnumbered," stating that Obama is "resupplying terrorists" back to Yemen by releasing detainees from Guantanamo Bay.