Tensions between the U.S. and Iran continue to escalate amid accusations that the Iranian government is behind the assaults on tankers transporting oil through the Gulf.
As a potential armed conflict looms, one expert takes a look at the sanctions that have been most devastating to innocent civilians.
A global energy policy expert explains why one of the most oil-rich countries in the world is investing in nuclear and why Congress is concerned.
As relations between the U.S. and Iran grow increasingly fraught, looking back at one of the watershed moments in the countries shared history.
Protests swelled in Iraq's second-largest city this week as residents experienced power shortages and went without clean water.
Lake Urmia, Iran: Men harvest tomatoes in the countryside near Lake Urmia, a large salt lake that is rapidly drying out. Scientists believe resulting salt storms will ravage the region's agriculture.
An expert of Middle East policy expresses concerns over the destabilizing effect that Pompeo's new position could have on the region.
What started as a civil conflict has quickly fallen into multiple proxy wars, ones that don't look to be dying down any time soon.
Breaking down the reasons why the country's recent uprising will have longer lasting effects than the demonstrations of 2009.
The 7.3-magnitude earthquake killed more than 400 people and injured thousands.
First Washington went after the nuclear deal, now it wants Iran-backed defenses against ISIS out of Iraq.
Trump threatens longstanding alliances abroad by suggesting, unilaterally, the destruction of North Korea and the Iran Nuclear Deal, analysts warn.
He also criticized the Iran nuclear deal.