The U.S. says the ship is controlled by Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps, but a court in Gibraltar ruled it could set sail. Where it's going is a mystery.
People in the Arabian Peninsula are super-sizing their fast-food intake, and health concerns are following close behind.
A monumental agreement aims to curb the illegal cheetah trade by monitoring social media.
Iran detained the 10 sailors aboard two US Navy patrol boats in the Gulf on Tuesday in an incident that rattled nerves days ahead of the expected implementation of landmark nuclear accord.
Iran’s Revolutionary Guards detained 10 US sailors and seized two US Navy boats in the Persian Gulf on Tuesday.
Thanks to the recent nuclear deal with Iran, 2010's sanctions are being eased and lifted—paving the way for the resurgence of Iran's caviar industry.
In a highly unusual move, the Navy is planning a one- to two-month period of time during which it won't have an aircraft carrier supporting the air campaign in the Middle East.
Captured US military weaponry, vehicles and ammunition are being used by Islamic State and other militants in the Middle East. Are increased arms exports, intended to shore up our friends in the short-term, actually helping to sow chaos in the long run...
The USS Farragut has been sent to the Persian Gulf after Iranian military captured a Marshall Islands-flagged cargo ship, then ordered the captain to turn towards Iran.
The aircraft carrier Charlies de Gaulle and a fleet of support vessels and aircraft are now in the Persian Gulf conducting airstrikes on targets in Iraq.