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Why is Trump deferring to Riyadh? Questions need to be asked about his financial ties with Saudis who bailed him out during the 1990s.
As he threatened to bomb Iran at Saudi Arabia’s behest, Trump also intensified his battle with objective reality, by denying his own prior comments.
The Trump administration is lying about Iran and its nuclear program. The media has to debunk this false drumbeat for war.
The vote was a remarkable display of unity for House Democrats on an issue that frequently sparks dissent within the caucus.
Though the amendment failed to pass, it represented a major bipartisan challenge to Trump’s escalatory Iran policy.
Col. Lawrence Wilkerson discusses what recent history can teach us about the current push for war with Iran.
Rep. Ro Khanna, reporter Negar Mortazavi, and journalist Amy Goodman are this week’s guests.
“If the administration wants to go to war against Iran, then the Constitution requires them to come to Congress to ask for an authorization for the use of military force.”
The writer Heshmat Alavi pushes regime change in Iran. But an MEK defector says the controversial, exiled opposition group created the persona.
With much of the world on edge over simmering tension in the Middle East, and the U.S. threatening war with Iran, defense executives talked of opportunity.