Iran regime close to getting nuclear bomb, but what's the holdup?
Tehran continues to ramp up work on its nuclear weapons program amid questions over what's deterring the state sponsor of terrorism from building a deliverable atomic weapon.
"If there is reason to believe that there are a number of retardants that have put a pause in their weapons development, they’d relate back to targeted attacks by the U.S. and Israel, who clearly are very much concerned about stopping the mullahs," stated Lisa Daftari, an Iran expert and editor-in-chief of the Foreign Desk. Benjamin Weinthal reports on Israel, Iran, Syria, Turkey and Europe for Fox News Digital. Benjamin has contributed articles to The Wall Street Journal, The Jerusalem Post, Foreign Policy, Haaretz, Forbes and The New York Post. You can follow Benjamin on Twitter @BenWeinthal.
Daftari added, "Israel has reportedly conducted at least two dozen targeted operations on Iran’s regime in the last 15 or so years, including drone attacks, cyberattacks, if you recall Stuxnet and assassinations of key players in Iran’s nuclear program."
FOX Business host Charles Payne said economies trending toward green energy might be at risk of self-inflicted economic pain on "Life, Liberty & Levin."
A college professor put up an anti-Christian display on "Christian Privilege" that stayed in her university's hallway for most of the school year.
South Korea is continuing its efforts to recover large pieces of debris from the failed North Korean rocket launch that landed in the Yellow Sea.
Matthew King, 19, was sentenced to life in prison with a minimum term of six years after a planned terror attack on British Army barracks was reported by his mother.
Iran has released one Dane and two Austrians being held captive following successful intervention by Oman and Belgium in deal whose details remain unclear.
'People need hope': Franklin Graham preaches in Seoul on 50th anniversary of father's 1973 Korea crusade
Rev. Franklin Graham of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association is preaching this weekend in Seoul, South Korea, 50 years after his father held a major faith crusade there. He shared thoughts.
Kosovo's prime minister fired back at U.S. criticism in an interview last week after violence in northern Kosovo. Several NATO peacekeepers were injured during violent protests.
Israel blasted the United Nations' nuclear energy watchdog for its agreement with Iran, which provides minimal monitoring of Iran's nuclear program.
Russian military command over the past few months have worked to limit Wagner's influence and prominence in Moscow and Ukraine by cutting back on munition deliveries.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is suffering from insomnia while abusing alcohol and tobacco, said South Korean intelligence, spawning more speculation about his health.
South Africa and the United States are sending over 300 firefighters to help with the wildfires in Canada. The fire has forced about 21,000 people from their homes.