Published June 18, 2007
Iran, which requires women to wear headscarves or be whipped, separates the sexes on buses and subways and treats adultery as a capital crime, is considering permitting 'marriages' that could last a weekend so young adults can have sex.
Published June 15, 2007
Islamic rule in Iran has withstood 28 years of Western outrage, economic boycotts and careful disdain by Iranians who long for more personal freedom. But the regime might not survive the cell phone.
Published June 12, 2007
Acknowledging that it is at an impasse with the U.S. over its nuclear ambitions yet eager for recognition from the West, Iran is suggesting talks with Washington about Iraq, Al Qaeda, the security of Israel and the export of radical Islamic terror.
Published June 11, 2007
Haleh Esfandiari, a prominent Iranian-American scholar being held on spy charges in Iran, is being treated well and may be released in coming weeks, a senior Iranian official told FOX News.
Published November 14, 2006
For us at FOX News, 2006 will always be the year that terrorism touched us directly
Published November 07, 2006
No one — not the state, local or federal government, not residents, not we reporters — knew what Hurricane Katrina would bring and what its consequences would be
Published October 30, 2006
From terror in Madrid and Beslan to the death of The Great Communicator and the pounding pace of a presidential election, 2004 was a whirlwind year. But, as we looked forward to a year-end respite, we were reminded that nature abides by no calendar
Published October 23, 2006
We were at war and FOX was covering it better than anyone. Fair and balanced news was never more important
Published October 16, 2006
President Bush's State of the Union framed the War on Terror. Daniel Pearl's murder brought it home
Published October 09, 2006
There was other news in 2001, of course. But when we think of that year, only one event shines through our memories. And FOX was there