Featured by Melissa Etehad, Los Angeles Times
‘I never expected a prison guard … to treat me with kindness’ — How an American ISIS supporter turned away from Islamist extremism
"I'll show you respect and trust you just like I trust everybody else. We're going to start a new page in your life."
‘Not again’ — Increasing tensions with Iran reopens wounds of former 1979 hostages
"It's been the closest emotional feeling to 1979 for me."
Here’s everything you should know about Iran’s aggression in the Strait of Hormuz
The seizure of a British oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz by Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps is the latest example of how tensions between the U.S. and Iran have spilled into one of the world's most strategic and vital waterways for oil
US Navy veteran held in Iran sentenced to 10 years, lawyers say
Lawyers representing the family of an American citizen from San Diego detained in Iran said Thursday that the Navy veteran has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for insulting Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and for disclosing private information by posting a photo on Instagram of a woman he was visiting.
Is Tehran Spying On Southern California? Feds Say O.C. Waiter And ‘Chubby’ From Long Beach Were Iranian Agents
Despite the pair's disarming appearance, U.S. authorities allege they were operating in Orange County as agents of the Islamic Republic of Iran