Iran's Ayatollah Ali Khamenei performed Friday prayers for the first time in eight years. A sure sign that the regime is trying to regain control
The party of Rhouhani is broke. Decimated. The only hope they have is to take more money from the people, meaning uprisings from a beleaguered people.
The killing of Qasem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis is being celebrated by many, just not liberal America. But his death should be celebrated.
The killing of Soleimani created a global firestorm for President Trump. America is strengthened by unity. But the president is fighting enemies within.
The recent U.S. defensive airstrikes on Iran-backed Shia militias and Iranian military leader Gen. Qassem Soleimani have drawn praise and criticism.
Marines assigned to Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force-Crisis Response-Central Command were on their way to support the US Embassy Baghdad
The Iranian regime faces an army of young people who are acting as a delayed-action bomb. Iran mullahs may not be able to win this fight.
Being forced to adjust to the Iranian regime's sudden, massive petrol price hike is very much like people setting a fire to their last means of survival.
The U.S. Dept. of State reveals an alarming spread of terrorism groups - a wake-up call to members of Congress and their media mouthpieces.
Twitter having its fun with #WaPoDeathNotice after their unenforced error headline about al-Baghdadi's killing. But really, it is getting old and boring.
Trump announces Al-Baghdadi's death. A scan of the headlines tells you everything about the mainstream media's reaction to the terrorist's demise.
SAN DIEGO. U.S. led special operations forces and military working dogs rained justice down on Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, founder and leader of ISIS. The Whitehouse announced Sunday the death of the world’s most wanted man. Al-Baghdadi, a former university professor, took the reins of ISIS in 2014. This wily tactician hid in the shadows, while ...
Today a Syria ceasefire, the results of talks between senior American officials, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, and Kurdish Syrian Defense Forces
Why do key figures involved in Iran's terror campaign of the 1980s and the genocide of 1988 continue to dominate Iranian news?
There’s a lot of misleading reports regarding the erupting situation in Syria involving U.S. troops, Kurdish YPG fighters, and Turkey. CDN has the truth.
What a radical insurgency like ISIS destroys, Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) take back and rebuild through counterinsurgency programs like Enduring Defeat.
The weekend attack on Saudi oil facilities may have seriously messed up the country's plans to launch its long-awaited Saudi Aramco IPO.
Under Brig. Gen. Bill Seely, Marines and Iraqi forces are out from dawn ‘till dusk fine-tuning the “Enduring defeat” of ISIS.
Marine Corps UH-1Y pilot Capt. Brian Jordan heard a frantic plea to help two British soldiers hit by a Taliban Improvised Explosive Device or IED
Jamal Khashoggi's murder in Istanbul pales in comparison to Turkish President Erdogan's own crimes or American complicity in the destruction of Yemen.