The White House and Pentagon initially said there were no casualties, and President Trump downplayed the seriousness of head injuries.
The network's post-assassination devotion to Trump would be hilarious if not for, you know, the potential death and pain that could come as a result.
Iran's Supreme Leader warned of "harsh retaliation" after a U.S. airstrike killed Qassem Soleimani, the head of Iran's elite Quds Force.
Iranian Revolutionary Guard Commander Qassem Suleimani made an appearance with Iraqi Shiite militias outside Fallujah as the UN warned that as many as 10,000 civilians remain trapped inside the Islamic State-held town.
Rebel groups have received shipments of US-made weapons, but some say it is not enough to counter the offensive.
With varying degrees of accuracy, Iran wants you to know that it is helping to lead the charge against the Sunni terror group — both on the ground and in the world of social media.
US officials suspect Qassem Suleimani of helping to plot attacks against its interests in several countries, and of assisting the killing of American troops during the occupation of Iraq.
A 200-strong Australian special forces detachment in Iraq could find itself cooperating with Iranian counterparts — and that's fine with Australian Defense Minister David Johnston.