The threat comes just a day after what may be the first-ever Islamic State attack on the Saudi military.
The video is the latest sign that, despite the signing of a landmark nuclear deal between Iran and world powers last summer, the conventional arms race in the Middle East is continuing at pace.
The Assad regime is resorting to medieval tactics to take a strategic mountain town — and civilians, with food and water cut off, are dying and crying for help.
The Orthodox Union, which offers “the world’s most recognized and trusted kosher certification,” has certified Vireo Health of New York's vape cartridges, pills, and cannabis oils, which will go on sale in the state beginning in 2016.
Tehran's air quality index hovered around 159 on Wednesday — more than three times the World Health Organization's advised maximum. As politicians bicker about the crisis, everyday Iranians are struggling to breath.
After Iran reached a deal with world powers over its nuclear program, the Islamic Republic and foreign diplomats have continued to work together — with much mutual apprehension — to sort out their geopolitical differences.
The Taliban is fighting hard to take Helmand, the center of Afghanistan's opium industry, and the national army is able to stop the advance only with help from Western armed forces.
Amid the chaos in Syria, the country's Kurds have managed to resist the advances of the Islamic State and carve out a zone of unprecedented autonomy in their own lands.
The IS station is broadcasting on the 90 FM frequency throughout the eastern province of Nangarhar, where IS controls several districts it took over from the Taliban. The aim is to increase the group's appeal among young Afghans.
During Tuesday night's Republican primary debate, the presidential candidates fumbled key facts and demonstrated little fluency with the strategies to defeat the Islamic State.
The Seattle City Council unanimously passed a law that allows drivers that work for Uber, Lyft, and other ride-sharing services to collectively bargain.
Turkey has repeatedly blocked access to Twitter, but it broke new ground on Friday when it levied a fine against the company for hosting content the government didn't like.
A California Judge just cleared the way for as many as 160,000 Uber drivers to sue the company in an effort to be reclassified as permanent employees.
Turkish authorities indicted two Syrian men on Thurday for their role in smuggling refugees into Greece.
The Assad regime says US warplanes killed three of it's soldiers on Sunday, but Pentagon officials say its Russia's fault, and residents on the ground aren't sure who's responsible.
Both countries say the other buys oil for the Islamic State, a move that looks like a lame diversionary tactic to distract from both country’s complicity in IS's vexing durability.
Villas, Private Security, and 24-hour Snacks: How the Pentagon Promoted the 'Free Market' in Afghanistan
US government investigators are asking the Pentagon to explain why it spent more than $150 million on security and luxury accommodations for its pro-business task force.
A week after Chicago released footage of a white officer gunning down a black teenager in the street last October, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has bowed to public pressure and asked his police superintendent to resign.
The Israeli parliament is voting on a controversial law that would allow the jailing of children for "nationalistic-motivated" offenses.
Colonel John C. Hope says his career is in jeopardy because he spoke out against a program that blew millions of dollars on ill-conceived projects.