The United States on Thursday placed punishing economic sanctions on 17 Saudis involved in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The US is considering extraditing Fethullah Gulen, an arch-rival of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in order to appease the Turkish president, a report says.
Official figures show that the US air force has dropped over 5200 bombs in Afghanistan to hit terrorists, but facts on the ground show hundreds of Afghan civilians have also been killed in such air raids.
The US uses scare tactics to blame Russia and China for its own war preparations, American political analyst Dennis Etler says.
Russia confirms media reports that the US is attacking civilian-populated areas in Syria with illegal ammunition.
The US is using journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s assassination to create an environment that can lessen the influence of Muhammad bin Salman (MBS), an American writer says.
A US Congress-mandated panel of bipartisan experts has warned that the United States runs the risk of losing a military confrontation with China or Russia.
Republicans in the House of Representatives have blocked a Democratic measure to end Washington’s involvement in the Saudi-led war on Yemen.
US Vice President Mike Pence says there is no place for “empire and aggression” in the Indo-Pacific region, in a remark apparently aimed at China.
The toll in the deadliest wildfires in recent California history climbed to 59 on Wednesday as authorities released a list of 130 people still missing.
CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta arrived at a US District Court in Washington on Wednesday as CNN filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration.
French president has hit back at Donald Trump’s recent Twitter attacks, saying that France is not the US’ vassal state.
US drone strikes in Yemen have been killing more civilians in Yemen, a new report warns.
US-led coalition warplanes have reportedly targeted the eastern Syrian towns of Hajin and al-Shaafah with internationally-banned cluster bombs.
Hundreds of migrants from Central America traveling through Mexico to seek asylum in the United States have reached the Mexican border.
In an extraordinary move, Melania Trump called publicly Tuesday for the deputy national security adviser to be dismissed.
More American children have been diagnosed with a paralyzing illness in recent weeks, but the cause is still unknown.
US President Donald Trump's decision to end birthright citizenship has put his own immigrant roots in the spotlight.
The re-imposition of US sanctions is "an outrageous use of economic power to bring about misery in the Iranian population," says an analyst.
US lawmakers say the Senate could vote on legislation to punish Saudi Arabia over the Yemen war and Khashoggi's murder.
French President Emmanuel Macron’s office says it has no comment about a series of disparaging remarks by US President Donald Trump against the French president and nation.
The wildfire is already ranked as the most lethal and destructive in California's history.
A report by the Federal Bureau of investigation reveals a dramatic surge of 17 percent in US hate crimes in 2017.
US President Donald Trump is reportedly considering Vice President’s Mike Pence’s chief of staff to replace his, John Kelly.
A US based political analyst says Former US President George W. Bush should be punished for the crimes he committed in the Middle East, and not awarded a medal for them.
CNN sues the Trump administration for revoking its correspondents White House press pass.
US National Security Adviser John Bolton’s goal of driving Iran’s oil exports down to zero will never be achieved, political analyst Jakob Musick says.
Trump has blasted French President Emmanuel Macron saying the French were "starting to learn German in Paris" before US intervention in the world wars.
Pompeo’s threat to starve Iranian people was a genuine reflection of Washington’s true intentions about Iran, says American politician Ron Paul.
US national security adviser John Bolton says his country will keep up pressure on Iran after imposing new sanctions on the Islamic Republic early this month.
Trump is prepared to remove Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen as early as this week, according to a report.
Democrats have flipped one of the most crucial Senate seats in a critical blow to Trump and his hopes to get a stronger majority in midterms.
Search teams have recovered the remains of at least 42 people killed by a devastating wildfire that largely incinerated the town of Paradise in northern California.
Trump has expressed concerns over the Saudi decision to decrease its oil output next month.
In southern California, the Woolsey Fire has burned more than 91,000 acres (36,826 hectares) and was 20 percent contained, with 370 structures destroyed, officials say.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has detained a record number of people and more than its budget can cover, prompting questions about program transparency.
Political commentator Roozbeh Aliabadi told Press TV earlier that the US secretary of state’s threats of starvation have no place in international relations.
Black security guard Jemel Roberson has been killed by a police officer after apprehending a drunk shooting suspect near Chicago, United States.
US President Donald Trump’s financial interests with Saudi Arabia will compel him to exonerate Riyadh for its atrocities, an analyst says.
US President Donald Trump is set to be investigated by Congress over whether he used “the instruments of state power” to punish media outlets.
The US secretary of state says Washington will hold accountable all those involved in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
A group of veterans protested the irony that the prestigious medal was awarded to George W. Bush, who started two wars during his presidency.
Clinton is not done yet and will eventually launch a presidential campaign to defeat Trump in 2020, a former aide says.
The death toll in one of the deadliest wildfires in California’s history has risen to 31, with more than 200 people still unaccounted for.
The Russian and US leaders hold brief talks at lunch in Paris on the sidelines of the ceremonies marking the end of World War I.
Top Saudi officials discussed a “$2 billion plan” in 2017 to disrupt Iran economy and assassinate Iran’s Major General Qassem Soleimani, The New York Times reports
An American analyst says US State Department’s Special Representative for Iran Brian Hook’s upcoming trip to Israel and the United Arab Emirates shows Washington and its regional allies are plotting against Tehran.
There have been 307 mass shootings in the US this year, new data shows.
The Trump administration arrested over 20,000 migrants traveling in families in October.
The US Department of Justice has moved to sharply limit federal authority aimed at reducing abuse and civil rights violations by police officers.
The US president has been criticized for not going to a ceremony to commemorate the end of WWI in France because of rain.
Thousands of US-bound Central American migrants resume their march toward the US despite the country’s tough security measures against their entry.
President Trump accuses Democrats of seeking to "steal" Senate and gubernatorial races in Florida as the state orders a recount of the votes.
The number of people killed in a massive California fire has jumped to 23 after the charred remains of 14 more people have been found.
The US secretary of state’s anti-Iran statement shows Washington’s cruelty toward the Iranian people, a political commentator tells Press TV.
US and French presidents agree on the need for more European military spending despite an earlier row.
Winston Churchill’s grandson slams Trump over skipping a visit to a WWI cemetery about 50 miles from where he is staying in France due to bad weather.
The US will continue to back the Saudi-led coalition waging war of aggression against the people of Yemen, an American journalist and political analyst says.
The US is committing crimes by building military bases around China but instead is accusing the Asian power of militarization, an American writer and retired professor says.
US President Donald Trump urges France to be "fair" and pay its share of NATO's costs .
Democrats in the US Senate are considering suing President Donald Trump for appointing a new acting attorney general without Senate confirmation.
America’s so-called war on terror that began 17 years ago is one of the “worst war crimes” in human history, a US scholar says.
The US and Saudi Arabia say they have agreed to end US refueling of Saudi aircraft bombing Yemen but maintain American training and military assistance.
The US president has once again called the federal investigation into alleged collusion between Russia and his 2016 election campaign a "phony hoax."
The US president hits out at his French counterpart's "very insulting" suggestion for "a real European army."
A senior US official is to visit Israel and the UAE to advance Donald Trump’s so-called Iran strategy and push for the country’s hostile campaign against Tehran.
A US House Democrat is preparing a bill that he says would ban Saudi Arabia from acquiring nuclear weapons, a report shows.
Pompeo says the Trump administration harbors ongoing concerns over China’s military activity in the South China Sea.
A rapidly moving wildfire in Northern California killed five people on Friday, November 9.
Trump’s claim that Republicans have won the 2018 midterm elections was essentially delusional twaddle, an American political analyst says.
Tens of thousands of Americans have staged nationwide rallies in support of US Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his probe into Russia’s alleged meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
US President Donald Trump says he has signed an immigration order that will ban migrants, who cross the US border with Mexico illegally, from claiming asylum.
A fast-moving wildfire devastated a town in the US state of California on Thursday.
A European diplomat says the high oil prices and the US’ international isolation would lessen the impacts of new US sanctions on Iran.
A political expert believes the United States has hatched the so-called war on terror in order to destabilize and destroy the Middle East.
North Korea has "postponed" a meeting between US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and North Korean officials, according to the US UN Ambassador.
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the United States should be held responsible for “crimes against humanity” it is committing against the Iranians as well as the Yemenis.
The United States says it will no longer allow people who enter the country outside of formal border crossings to claim asylum.
Democrats have warned Trump against stopping Russia probe after he forces Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resign.
If Trump continues along some of the policies that he said he would pursue, Republican neocons in the Senate might join Democrats and remove him, American journalist Don Debar says.
The US arms exports up 13 percent in 2018, bringing American companies $192.3 sales.
A study has revealed that the so-called US war on terror has killed about half a million people in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan over the past 17 years.
Russia’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova says Trump’s plans to develop small tactical nuclear weapons signals Washington’s increasing readiness for a nuclear war.
The US imposes new sanctions on Russia over the 2014 integration of Crimea.
Following the US midterm congressional elections, President Donald Trump is morphing into a Mussolini-style autocrat is becoming fixed, according to Myles Hoenig.
The shooter who has gunned down 12 people at a crowded country dance bar in the US state of California has been identified as 28-year-old white male David Ian Long, a Marine veteran.
Prominent Muslim leader Louis Farrakhan has warned that US President Donald Trump’s policies may result in the death of America.
The US ambassador to Syria says Washington would like to see Russia allow Israel attack Iranian advisors working with the Syrian military.
Several people have been killed and around a dozen others injured in a shooting at a restaurant in the US state of California.
CNN reporter Jim Acosta was stripped of his White House pass after “placing his hands” on an intern.
Former US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has warned that a new cold war is brewing between China and the US.