THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION is facing mounting pressure to use its leverage in the Iranian nuclear talks to demand the release of Americans imprisoned there – including Saeed Abedini, shown left, Amir Hekmati, center, and Jason Rezaian, right, – as Tehran proceeds with charges critics say are unfair and unjust.
White suppression, the big lie
Suzanne Somers enters the 'No Spin Zone'
The Kelly File
Rand Paul says campaign is in jeopardy
Panama City Beach locals react
US Marine just one of four Americans left to languish in Iran
Timeline: Imprisoned Marine's ordeal
Man takes political jab from beyond the grave
New book brings new trouble for Clinton campaign
Fox & Friends
Sen. John McCain explains
Get more 'Friends'
Denver teacher's eye-opening assignment goes viral
Defense begins its case in the Shayna Hubers murder trial
The Real Story
Facing adversary is the way to beat it
Shepard Smith Reporting
Former FBI agent says agency is concealing evidence in anthrax case
Get more Shep
CEO reacts to findings of new survey
Fox News Sunday
Sen. Lindsey Graham reacts to latest breach
Sunday Morning Futures
Republican leader reacts to criticism of Congress
Media part of the circus
Cost of Freedom
Recovery in focus as candidate kicks off campaign
What is Hillary running from?
Rep. Ed Royce weighs in