Retired US politicians, generals, and officials have been lobbying on behalf of the Iranian group MEK, listed as a terrorist group by the State Department.
Nissan Leaf will save $1,000 a year in fuel bills. But the real reason I bought one? 9/11.
Camp Ashraf, home to militants opposed to the Iran regime who are also unpopular in Iraq, faces year-end closure. Some fear there could be violence and even suicide, but there are signs of a negotiated settlement.
"Green Hawks" at Pentagon see energy security in biofuel alternatives for a post-oil world.
The MEK, whose terrorist listing is up for review by the State Department, is not apt to directly threaten the US. But delisting the group could hurt Iran's Green movement.
SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: A roster of influential former US officials is speaking at rallies in support of removing the MEK, an Iranian opposition group with a violent anti-American history, from the US terrorist list. A decision is expected within weeks.
The world's water treatment plants, power grids, and other vital industries are seeing escalating cyberattacks, but are not ramping up security fast enough, says a new global report.
Hamas spy: Mosab Hassan Yousef says he will be killed if he is deported from the United States to the West Bank.
The engineer behind many electric-car advances says oil’s days may be numbered.
The exercise involved more than 100 jet fighters, helicopters, and air-refueling tankers, according to a new report.