Mike Pompeo speaking at lectern (© Amr Nabil/AP Images)

U.S. is ‘a force for good in the Middle East,’ Pompeo...

In a major address in Cairo, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reiterated the U.S. commitment to keep working with Middle East allies to eradicate ISIS and counter Iran.
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U.S. and Philippine militaries stand shoulder to shoulder

The U.S. and the Philippines' defense treaty dates back to 1951. Their militaries train together and the countries work closely together to fight terrorism.
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Stark evidence of Iranian missile threat [video]

American officials put on display recovered Iranian-made missiles as evidence of the escalating threat posed by Tehran's deadly arsenal.
Mike Pompeo sitting at U.N. Security Council meeting, surrounded by others (Ron Przysucha/State Dept.)

Pompeo urges U.N. action on Iran’s ballistic missiles

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called on the United Nations Security Council to stop Iran from developing ballistic missiles that can carry nuclear weapons.
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Bob Levinson: Hostage in Iran for 11 years … and counting

Learn more about Iran's policy of taking innocent people hostage, including Bob Levinson. He is the longest-held U.S. hostage in American history.
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U.S. hits Russian-Iranian oil network with sanctions

The latest U.S. sanctions show the consequences for anyone shipping oil to Syria, or trying to evade U.S. sanctions on Iran and its terrorist activities.
Jordan's King Abdullah speaking at a lectern (© Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images)

Jordan’s King Abdullah II honored as champion of religious harmony

The newest recipient of the Templeton Prize — for affirming life's spiritual side — is Jordan's King Abdullah II, for promoting interfaith harmony.
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U.S. enforces ‘toughest sanctions ever’ on Iran

The U.S. sanctions on Iran's energy industry and banks will stop the regime from spreading destruction around the world, but let in food and medicine.
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The Iranian regime protects only itself [video]

The U.S. sanctions returning on November 5 target an Iranian government that uses its money to fund terror rather than support its people.